When you allow yourself to dream, your mind and heart become open to anything you envision, and you push yourself to achieve things you feared were impossible.
The kanji brush painting for the word "Dream" consists of 13 strokes that comprise three elements. The top element of the kanji design is the W shaped crown or top of the head element, this element is then repeated as the third element. The six strokes of the second element form the sideways eye. Finally, the element for evening.
When all of the elements for the "Dream" kanji come together, there are several ways to interpret the word’s meaning. The evening element suggests that dreams occur while we’re asleep. The top of the head element suggests the thinking process that allows us to envision things in our mind’s eye. The sideways eye element refers to opening the mind and allowing ourselves to absorb the things around us.
We suggest that you choose a rosewood frame for the original Japanese art Shodo brush painting of "Dream" created by a master calligrapher.
The addition of any hand-crafted Japanese art to the decorating scheme of any room in your home or office is an excellent way to tap into the power of Zen Buddhism.
Size: 10.8 x 11.6 inches (Framed)
Recommended Frame: Rosewood