Open the windows and allow yourself to hear the gentle rustle of the breeze.
The kanji brush painting for "Breeze" consists of nine brush strokes and contains two elements. The "Breeze" character and "Wind" character are both made up of the element for the upside-down box and the insect element. According to Japanese philosophy, or ‘Godai,’ there are five elements, one of which is kaze, or the wind. Its philosophical meaning refers to wind in the context of growing or expanding.
Beyond the literal meaning that suggests air, breeze, or even smoke, it represents a willingness to have an open mind or a free-spirited go-with-the-flow attitude.
We suggest that you choose a green frame for this hand-crafted original art by a master calligrapher. A green frame is a fitting color for a the "Breeze" kanji because of its relation to nature.
The presence of the "Breeze" Japanese calligraphy kanji either alone or in combination with other complementary Shodo paintings will show that the beauty and spiritual power of Zen Buddhism lies in the ability to see the deeper meaning of things.
Size: 10.8 x 11.6 inches (Framed)
Recommended Frame: Green