Chen Forng Shean
Calligrapher, sculptor, microminiature-painter
Different works of art create their image with its unique art language. Calligraphy can convey aesthetic feelings via a simple language: strokes. The emotions of strokes are presented through the form of handing calligraphy. It’s the basic concept to appreciate the rhythm and dynamism of vivid strokes. The structure of strokes constitutes the form of writing in calligraphy. The various changes of strokes means the dynamism of calligraphy. This is the most important presentation to convey the art of calligraphy. Thus, handwriting in calligraphy is like the artist’s emotional movement. Calligraphers may reveal their feelings through the tip of the brush used in calligraphy. Viewers may feel the same way as calligraphers do. The revelation of the power of the brush is always a gem to both the calligraphers and the viewers. The combination of strokes is a bridge between artists and viewers and also the most touching part as a work of art.