Calligraphy by Moe Haruka – “Hayashi”
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Directory: Artists: Drawing: Contemporary: Item # 1092745
Yufuin-cho, Yufu-shi, Oita-ken Japan 879-5104
13,000 yen - EMS shipping included
This wonderful calligraphy was made by a contemporary Japanese calligrapher named Moe Haruka. It is entitled “Hayashi” (wood). In this particular calligraphy, the character for wood is brushed three times with different effects that create a very poetic landscape and invite the viewer to enter this imaginary grove.
Moe Haruka uses the “lines of Kanji (Chinese characters) to represent the nature of Japan, its expressions and its culture. She wants the viewer to “smell Japan, without having to leave his or her country.”
Moe Haruka was born in Kamakura, an ancient capital of Japan and a historic Buddhist center for Japan. She is a recognized artist and designer who started writing calligraphy at the age of 5. She has been the recipient of awards from the Japan Calligraphers Association in 1996 and 1997 and has exposed her work in Tokyo and Paris. She was also commissioned to design labels for Belgian chocolatier “Galler” and Italian ice cream confectioner ”Luna di Rome”. In 2007 she worked with French chef Alain Ducasse on the design of menus and again in 2009 on a set design for a Kabuki dinner featuring actor Ichikawa Ebizo XI.
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The calligraphy is in perfect condition and bears the seal of the artist.
Dimensions: 10 x 15 cm (4 x 6 in); made on drawing paper (Actual calligraphy pictured on white background for scanning purposes.) Listed price include shipping charges by EMS.
The artist can be commissioned for small and large works (and for works on tee-shirts as well); please inquire for quotes.
The calligraphy will be shipped without a frame or a hung scroll (kakejiku style). Kindly inquire for quotes for hung scrolls.
More pictures available on demand.
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