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In this beautiful and extraordinary book, Shozo Sato, an internationally recognized master of traditional Zen arts, teaches the Japanese art of calligraphy through the power and wisdom of Zen poetry. Single-line Zen Buddhist koan aphorisms, or "zengo," are one of the most common subjects for the traditional Japanese brush calligraphy known as "shodo." Regarded as one of the key disciplines in fostering the focused, meditative state of mind so essential to Zen, "shodo" is practiced regularly by all students of Zen Buddhism in Japan. After providing a brief history of Japanese calligraphy and its close relationship with the teachings of Zen Buddhism, Sato explains the basic supplies and fundamental brushstroke skills that you'll need. He goes on to present thirty "zengo," each featuring: An example by a skilled Zen monk or master calligrapherAn explanation of the individual characters and the Zen koan as a wholeStep-by-step instructions on how to paint the phrase in a number of styles (Kaisho, Gyosho, Sosho)A stunning volume on the intersection of Japanese aesthetics and Zen Buddhist thought, "Shodo: The Quiet Art of Japanese Zen Calligraphy" guides beginning and advanced students alike to a deeper understanding of the unique brush painting art form of "shodo" calligraphy.


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Best Calligraphy Book in a Century. 13 mars 2014
Par J. K. In California - Publié sur Amazon.com
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An extraordinary calligraphy book! Even the thickly textured cover feels good.

Professor Shozo Sato brings out the life and the human experience from a few brush strokes. I own a book shelf full of calligraphy books, but this is The One. The author very clearly shows you how masterpieces were made, and step by step details how to copy them and make them with your own personal interpretation. I've never seen another book of Japanese or Chinese calligraphy that is able to do that, especially for the Western mind. He transforms each Zen Statement into a meditation.

The art student will find in "Shodo" a model for learning and teaching
The monk will find an important collection of Zen Buddhist koans or zengo.
The art enthusiast will find fabulously beautiful pieces of Zen art.
The practitioner will find thoughtfully nuanced meditative explanations of Zen statements as they relate to the rich teachings of Zen Buddhism.

Sato-San seems to have compiled "Shodo" for the training of the mind to recognize earthly reality. The way is not easy, but this book is transformative and guides you on that path. Only a great master can accomplish that.
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Focused Study on Zen Calligraphy 17 mars 2014
Par Daphine - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This well-perfectly titled book captures the quiet, zen of Japanese calligraphy.

Since reading Professor Shozo Sato's other great books on the Zen arts of Ikebana, Temae, and Sumi-e, I am very impressed with this book's depth, organization, and instruction.

With this book, I am looking forward to restoring my daily calligraphy practice! If you are new to the art, looking for inspiration, or want to know the history this book is great. You will learn how to master the brush for different writing styles and learn the history of zen shodo. Another book likely of interest is Sacred Calligraphy of the East, which looks at the development of the art in Japan, China, India, and Tibet.
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Brilliant in its Simplicity 21 mars 2014
Par Diana Rasmussen - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Shozo Sato makes the complex art of Zen Shodo (writing of Zen Sayings or zengo) not only understandable and accessible to the average reader he goes beyond the history and possible Zen meanings to encourage the reader to express themselves in this ancient writing system with simple easy to follow patterns and the never before explained rhythm of the marks. His choices of zengo are relevant today in our lives of "tee shirt and blue jeans" and his wisdom and clarity give the reader access to an extraordinary teacher!
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A magnificent book! 30 décembre 2014
Par LW Raboys - Publié sur Amazon.com
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As an artist and student of Zen, I have long loved Japanese calligraphy but it always felt beyond my capability. When one reads of masters perfecting their techniques over decades, how impertinent does it seem for someone who cannot even read the language to attempt to write it! So for years all I have attempted are ensos. But this beautiful volume, with its clear examples and directions, makes one take courage, primarily because Sato shows each lesson in 4 different styles of calligraphy, from very formal to very informal, so one can attempt what feels closest to one's own nature. Equally encouraging are the biographies of some of his students and the examples of their work, which are handsome. Most reveal that they do not read Japanese! As my Zen teacher has said, we can do this as a practice of meditation, much as one recites a mantra of sutra, even if one does not understand the language. Thank you Shozo Sato... your book is a treasure!
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A First Rate Guide 21 août 2014
Par Arnold Asrelsky - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book illustrates 'the way of the brush' as a meditative program of mind and heart discipline. A large number of zen sayings are illustrated and commented on in the various calligraphic styles developed by the Chinese and Japanese artists and scholars. The text is full enough to allow any practitioner to learn this art and practice the discipline. It is also a beautiful production which may be enjoyed just as an extraordinary example of Japanese culture, art, and religion. Highly recommended
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