Beauty - Open your mind and heart and you will find beauty in unexpected things and places.
The Japanese brush painting for the kanji design for "Beauty" consists of eleven strokes and includes four elements. The first element can be interpreted as king, jade, rule, and magnate. The second element is big. The third element is dry or put together. The fourth is sheep.
The single character kanji brush painting for "Beauty" is most often used to describe a woman’s beauty, although it can also refer to a man as being handsome.
We recommend choosing a green frame for the "Beauty" kanji. The color green connects the kanji with two of the elements that form part of the character for "Beauty;" jade and sheep. On a psychological level, green emphasizes peace as found in balance and harmony. Green is symbolic of spring in all of its characteristics: growth, rebirth and a sense of renewal. Green encourages us to open ourselves to loving the beauty of nature.
When you choose to put one or more original Japanese paintings by a master calligrapher on a wall, you harness the spiritual power of Zen Buddhism and allow it to turn your home or office into the peaceful sanctuary you’ve always dreamed it could be.
Size: 10.8 x 11.6 inches (Framed)
Recommended Frame: Green