Let Your Mind Be Unattached, Clinging To Nothing Zen Calligraphy Painting by Nadja Van Ghelue

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Painting: Japanese Ink on Paper.

This Zen calligraphy is brushed on Xuan rice paper with black Sumi ink and is mounted on soft sandy beige silk, which adds a pleasing, quietening undertone to this art work. The hanging scroll has a natural wooden roller at the bottom and is ready to be hung on a wall.

In this calligraphy I brushed a phrase taken from The Diamond Sutra. The Japanese characters are

應 無 所 住 而 生 其 心 ,
Ō mu sho jū ni shō go shu,

which mean: “Give birth to a thought that is not attached to anything”. A freer translation of this phrase would be, “Let your mind be unattached, clinging to nothing”. The calligraphy shows a straightforward unrestrained brush work.

Size of the scroll in cm: 225 x 105 x 0.2 cm. The width of the scroll without the rollers is 95,5 cm or 37.6 inches.

The scroll will be shipped rolled in a traditionally-made silk box.


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Let Your Mind Be Unattached, Clinging To Nothing Zen Calligraphy

Nadja Van Ghelue

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Size: 41.3 W x 88.6 H x 0.1 in

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