This beautiful calligraphy is made with black India ink.
The calligraphic gesture is revisited there, and modernizes this ancestral practice.
The paper has been stamped with nut husks to give this slightly aged appearance. Walnut stain is a natural color extracted from the bark of the nut. It is usually used for staining wood. It is used here as a brown ink.
This work is 100% natural for a unique interior.
Sold without frame.
Original ArtJL creation. Unique model, signed and numbered TC27.
“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.”
« 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)