Human existence embodies the concept of creation in all its contexts. Our greatest achievements in life evolve from the lives we touch or create.
The kanji design for the two Japanese characters that form the word "Creation," or sozou, have two distinct meanings. The first refers to the genesis or origin of something we create. The second refers to creation in the context of building or making something. When the two characters are combined, a new meaning evolves. The combined characters suggest that sozou, or "Creation," refers to human activity such as to bringing about, production, the act of being creative or creating something.
Both characters that form the word souzou look like creative architectural drawings, an indication that the brush painting is somewhat like a pictograph or Egyptian hieroglyph.
For this original Japanese calligraphy brush painting by a master calligrapher we recommend that you choose a natural wooden frame. The golden wood exudes timelessness and the grain of the wood conveys the tree's age.
The beauty of a collection of hand-crafted Japanese calligraphy paintings is that they capture the spiritual power of Zen Buddhism and spread the wonder of creative energy throughout your home or office.
Size: 10.8 x 11.6 inches (Framed)
Recommended Frame: Wood