Sunday, January 5, 2020

Calligraphy Exhibition from last year;

*Calligraphy Exhibition from last year*
Late last year, I went to see Calligraphy Exhibition. Some ladies who used to be my retired husband's colleagues are the members of the school. This time, I was really impressed by the many beautiful decoration with cranes all made by the member of the club. Cranes  are the symbol of everything including life, death, and longevity. 

Demonstration by the master of the school.
*Some other works exhibited*
*Japanese tit I found late last year*
Only two of them were having breakfast.
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  1. Beautiful collection of scrolls and things to see! Hope you have a wonderful 2020!

  2. I've always admired those who could accomplish the beauty of calligraphy. It really is a gift. Thank ou for sharing! Have a wonderful week!

  3. What clever and colorful artwork on the walls and the origami is just cool to see! I love it. Your birds are great, too.

    It's so nice to see you at 'My Corner of the World'!

    My Corner of the World

  4. I really love the decoration with the cranes. What an unique idea and it worked so beautifully! Colorful hand and foot prints give a nice accent. Such a wonderful exhibition!
    Japanese tits are adorable. Looks like they were enjoying nice breakfast and nice day :-)
    また新しい週が始まりますね。I wish you a wonderful new week xo

  5. Miyako - the master of the school certainly has high energy! A fascinating exhibit. Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday, and Happy New Year to you!

  6. That was a beautifully decorated exhibition and the master of the school performed with energy! Wishing you all the best in 2020!

  7. Love that you adjusted your blog background for this post - such a beautiful exhibit of all these cranes. What is most spectacular if not only the different positions of the cranes, but also the black marks on them - amazing! - wished I could be there. And the first half of your post fits so well with the birds you chose - a wonderful variety! To you I wish a happy New blogging Year, and thanking you for the beautiful work you did in 2019! Many, many, thanks, Miyako!

  8. Love the Origami Cranes. One of the first things I learned to make whith paper. Lovely little birds.

  9. こんにちは、昨日お邪魔した者です。

  10. Dearest Miyako,
    Leave it to the Japanese for managing their skill in working on the details and here with the cranes they mastered it very well!

  11. It must have been fun to walk among all those cranes! Looks like a lovely exhibit.

  12. Wonderful exhibition of the cranes.

  13. Hello Miyako, the exhibit and crane display looks beautiful. Cute captures of the Japanese Tit, they are cute birds. Lovely post and photos. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend.

  14. Hello. Interesting photos of beautiful calligraphy. The Japanese tit look like our Great tit (parus major).

  15. very nice bird and card!!!
    greetings Elke

  16. That bird sure is special! I always love reading your posts and finding out what you do! We all live such different lives...yours is so interesting too! Lots of hugs!