Contemporary canvas tribute orange calligraphy
Contemporary canvas tribute orange calligraphy
Contemporary canvas tribute orange calligraphy

Orange Calligraphy Tribute Canvas

160,00

This canvas is an invitation to calligraphy.

On paper, with Indian ink.

Dimensions: 65x50cm. Sold without frame.

This unique piece will bring an original and elegant touch to your interior.

Free delivery in metropolitan France.

Available: 1 in stock

This canvas pays homage to calligraphy. The gesture here modernizes this ancestral practice.

For the realization of this work, the techniques of Chinese calligraphy were used, and in particular the calame (reed cut in point used for writing).

The elegance and softness of this canvas will sublimate your interior.

Sold without frame.

Original ArtJL creation. Unique model, signed and numbered TC12.

Contemporary canvas tribute orange calligraphy

Additional information

Prix

160 €

Color

Orange, White

Material

Paper

Dimensions

65 x 50 cm

Référence

TC12

“Through calligraphy, I wonder about our way of writing in a digital age. What if this gesture was on the way out? Writing is a bit of giving of yourself. Will our hand still be able to handle the gesture of writing while we spend our time on a keyboard.

In my opinion, it is important to safeguard the practice of our scriptures. The letter link is always stronger than an SMS. It's an art.

In these paintings, I therefore pay tribute to these ancient scriptures. I appropriated them by rewriting them with my own encoding.

CEach painting contains a mystery to decipher. Passing a message through a code is exciting. It goes beyond the work. There is an enigma to decipher. The canvas is not simply looked at, it questions.”

Jérôme Peyronnet

« I proudly display this ArtJL canvas in my living room. This unique work was produced by Jérôme Peyronnet. I am super happy with the result. » (Tony C., Alès)

« Seduced by an ArtJL polychrome canvas, I was lucky enough to be able to exhibit it in my living room and the rendering is top notch. Thank you ! » (Julien C., Uzès)