Man′s beauty is in the beauty of his writing.
Calligraphy is the flower of a man′ s soul.
Calligraphy is the art of both ideal writing and an ideal soul.
Calligraphy: the art of excellence.
Calligraphy paints words.
Calligraphy is frozen poetry.
Calligraphy is a remedy and mental gymnastics.
A letter is a Word′s clothing.
The significance of calligraphy is spiritual harmony and the birth of motion.
Calligraphy is the art of putting the brush on paper properly and then accurately removing it.
When there are no words left, the meaning is still preserved.
Calligraphy requires perfect technical skills, naturalness, inspiration and spontaneous natural power.
Calligraphy structures the chaos by means of hieroglyphics.
Calligraphy is the art of deliberate hieroglyphic corruption and transformation in order to reach natural harmony.
A good flourish is sometime too jiggish, but in general the obedient child of a letter.
Preciseness, beauty, distinctness. Simplicity, originality, proportion. Unity, mastership, freedom.
Our task is clear: write fine letters and place them properly.
A written letter is like a bowl filled with a certain content. The purer the content, the more delicate strings of the human soul it touches.
by L. Pronenko)
“A flourish is to be neat and glamorous and, at the same time, to be filled with motion, life energy, thought, and wit of the master.
Perfection of handwriting needs proper education, regular exercises, and purity of the soul.
“There are five virtues: accuracy, literacy, a strong hand, industriousness, and the perfect writing utensils”
A good flourish is the mood and soul of an artist creating capricious and delicate beauty with a pen′ s nib”
Writing is half the knowledge.
(Muhammad the Prophet)
Be faithful to precision, neat handwriting, and authorship.
Calligraphy is a kind of music not for the ears, but for the eyes.
Calligraphy is the most intimate, private, and spontaneous expressive means. Like a fingerprint or voice it is unique with every person.
For the largest part ill handwriting in the world is caused by hurry.
The written is to be read and not to be misread.
What joy there is in hearing yourself think,
and to make that thinking into ink.
(John Olsen, Australian Artist)