Symbolic Extraction, Emotional Representation  I started practicing Chinese calligraphy since the age of six and followed the guidance of master Kang Moru. Chinese calligraphy has a long history that originated from the imaginary imitation and symbolic extraction from natural object and phenomenon. After that it has been developing and mutating as social transformation continuously occurred. As a result, cultural and aesthetic attributes that conveyed by calligraphy was expanded from objective recording to emotional representation. Calligraphy is judged not only by its capacity of displaying balance between strokes of characters but also the rhythm and force that showed from brush and paper’s touching.   The contemporary importance drawn from appreciating calligraphy is not simply a way of admiring ancestress artworks, but rather use calligraphy as a methodology to retrospect history and culture, and attempt to derive new meanings from old, bridging conflicted but intimate interaction among various art forms.
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