If you open yourself up to trying new things, you may find fun in unexpected places.
The Japanese brush painting of the kanji design for the word "Fun" consists of 15 strokes that make up three components. The first element represents the color white. The next element symbolizes a tree, and the last element is the 2-stroke water or ice symbol.
The Chinese interpretation of the "Fun" kanji is much more specific and relates to several activities that are intended for comfort and amusement. Specifically music, including musical scores or sheet music, orchestra or band music, vocal music, or a particular movement from a musical composition. The Japanese interpretation refers to something that is enjoyable, an activity that elicits personal enjoyment, or something that conjures up sweet and happy memories.
We recommend that you choose an ebony frame for this original Japanese calligraphy painting created by a master calligrapher.
Whether you choose to place one hand-crafted original Japanese calligraphy brush painting on your wall, or create an entire wall or room filled with Shodo paintings, the beauty of original Japanese kanji calligraphy will fill your home or office with the warmth that comes from the spiritual power of Zen Buddhism.
Size: 10.8 x 11.6 inches (Framed)
Recommended Frame: Ebony