Japanese or Chinese calligraphy (書道, in Japanese: shodo, in Chinese shufa) is writing with brush and ink on Japanese or Chinese paper. The ink immediately penetrates the absorbent paper and binds itself to it indelibly. The written characters emerge in the present moment, without hesitation, without correction, without regret. When writing with a brush, you lay a trace of ink on white paper in the rhythm of the character. This type of writing has many parallels to dance.
Alex Angehrn teaches one-day courses, for beginners as an introduction to brush writing and for advanced learners to deepen their knowledge. The courses in zen-calligraphy combine calligraphy and meditation.
Alex Angehrn is a student of the calligraphy masters Shisetsu Kitagawa and Nobuko Häufle-Yasuda.
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List of courses hier.