Art from Near and Far

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Huffman1 Daniel Yamhari Huffman Ms. Emily Schulten English 1001 October 17, 2010 Art from Near and Far The Ernest G. Welch gallery is showing a collection of calligraphy in an exhibition titled Spirited Calligraphy: Texts, Marks, and Meaning – East & West. Calligraphy is a form of art depicting beautiful handwritten letters, characters, symbols, are even markings. The calligraphy at the exhibit was vivid and intriguing. Ross painted a captivating picture on the wall-which took her three days to finish-. Hsieh created a rectangular masterpiece showcasing three kanji (Chinese and Japanese writing) characters. Dongoski made two pieces on light brown wood, and each piece sparked different thoughts. Calligraphy is a truly beautiful form of art where every line, stroke, color, or texture evokes unique emotions. There were many artists whom submitted pieces, but Fiona Ross, Kevin Hsieh, and Craig Dongoski caught my eye. Fiona Ross created a unique piece for the spirited calligraphy exhibit that she actually drew on
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2011 for the course ENGLISH 1101 taught by Professor Hawk during the Fall '08 term at Georgia State.

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