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Calligraphy Artwork by Kagari Tsukioka

Kagari Tsukioka Calligraphy Sumi Writing Artist

Up-and-coming calligraphy sumi writing artist from Kaga, Kanazawa Prefecture, Kagari Tsukioka. When the universe, space, heaven and earth, and self is perfectly aligned, there created is one-and-only sumi art. “Japanese” touch in art has strength within its softness.

Kagari Tsukioka’s work enables spiritual transcendence of feeling every part of your world, reminds every breath you take, and gives you a sense of relief from the daily hustle-and-bustle.

Her works draws out a different part of you by speaking to your inner soul, to freely unleash your heart.

Kagari Tsukioka’s art is there to celebrate beauty together with you and to “experience what you feel”.

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Message from Artist Kagari Tsukioka

People ask me the motive of why I started calligraphy writing. It was when I was 6 years-old. I asked my parents if I can attend calligraphy class.

Looking back, it was not like I had friends taking the class, or my family practicing calligraphy. Because my mother was easier to talk to, I remember begging and nagging her.

What has not changed is that I still love to write; perhaps it is the smell of sumi-ink “absorbing me”, and the thrill when I realize that my mind had been completely elsewhere.

There are so many expressions from just dark, light, white and black. To what seems like the same fade of ink, there are so much it expresses: passion, grandeur, sadness, strength, kindness, elegance, sophistication… movement, dimension.

What you feel through landscape, encounters or a stroll on a street is displayed in a strobe leading to a story of the future. It may be in forms of a poem, physical shape, or scenery.

I feel the “heat” through each and everything. I long for it, taste it, and feel ardent to express it.

I still have the calligraphy set my parents first bought for me. When I am asked why I started writing, thoughts of the 6 year-old Kagari Tsukioka comes to mind.

There was no motive or looking ahead then. I would like to cherish the feelings of that child nagging her mother to start calligraphy writing.

Kagari Tsukioka
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