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Lions Roar : September 2009
SHAMBHALA SUN SepteMBer 2009 59 For centuries Zen calligraphers have painted black ink circle paintings (ensos) to symbol- ize oneness. A multicolored enso, as fresh and iconoclastic as the artist who made it, was on our cover in May, 2002, and more of his circles, ideograms, and other paint- ings have been featured in the magazine since then. The artist, Kazuaki Tanahashi, is also a Zen scholar, translator, peace activist, aikido master, calligraphy teacher, and writer. Having trained in his native Japan, he came to the West in 1977 and has been teaching and exhibiting worldwide ever since. His calligraphy workshops have brought the an- cient path of brush calligraphy to thousands of students, and his wisdom and integrity give life and relevance to this contemplative art. As he says about drawing a line with a brush, “The quality of the line is what matters most—how deep, strong, or honest it is. It doesn’t matter how good or unusual it looks.” He adds, “If your personality is interesting enough, the line will be interesting. To do this, you have to be fearless.” More of his work is at www.brushmind.net. PHOTOBYLIZAMATTHEWS Kaz Tanahashi Recycle