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A Global Nomad Inspired By Asian Cultures: Part II

By Antje Goldflam / 15/05/2012 / 0 Comments

my nomadic life with all its interruptions and excitements of being part of so many new cultures and arts balanced out my own pursuit of painting. Timing is everything

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A Global Nomad Inspired By Asian Cultures: Part I

By Antje Goldflam / 08/05/2012 / 5 Comments

All this culminated with a Chinese Lion Dance – my first contact with what later turned into a passion for all things Asian.

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Phantom of the Nine Dragons’ Master

By Mariusz Schmerdt / 02/05/2012 / 14 Comments

A Western dragon was often associated with evil and ferocity, whereas an Asian dragon was characterized as wise and benevolent.,some features and attributed

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Symphony of Ink, Part I

By Ponte Ryūrui / 23/04/2012 / 4 Comments

Calligraphy, like music is based upon harmony. It takes a Master Calligrapher to compose a symphony of ink, a masterpiece as brilliant as nature itself, one

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Nine Sons of The Dragon King

By Ponte Ryūrui / 06/03/2012 / 3 Comments

the most renowned Asian dragon ink painting – The Nine Dragons Scroll (九龍圖卷, pinyin: Jiǔ long tú juǎn). Chen Rong was a scholar and also a low level official

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Magnificent Ink Giants

By Ponte Ryūrui / 21/02/2012 / 2 Comments

To give you some comparisons, it takes me approximately 12-15 hours to prepare 0.5 litres of ink, and I use an ink grinding machine that is capable of

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Illiterate heart – reflections on self.

By Ponte Ryūrui / 03/02/2012 / 0 Comments

in his brilliant writing that crosses the boundaries of several centuries, crushing norms, opposing the canons of the mighty Tang and reaching straight to our heart.

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Ink Traces of the Wandering Dragon Spirit

By Ponte Ryūrui / 21/01/2012 / 9 Comments

The art of ink painting (墨絵, すみえ, sumi-e), being a discipline native to Far Eastern cultures (mainly China and Japan), is rather exotic in Poland, my

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