Wabi-Sabi Zen Art Stories

the beauty of imperfection

Georgia Tseri creates works that are influenced by Japanese culture. She has attended butoh, martial arts and Japanese calligraphy seminars for the past 20 years. She uses Japanese brushes, inks and acrylics on canvas, silk and various types of handmade Japanese paper; papers unprocessed or treated by her with wax or various mixed techniques. On the works we notice small-scale prints that remind us of Japanese stamps. In this exhibition, she names her paintings after the poems of the great haiku poet, Matsuo Basso to create a unity. Using ensō circles as reference and based on the Japanese wabi-sabi philosophy, with this work she highlights her appreciation for the material, purity, consciousness that all things in life are in an imperfect state of flux, melancholy and joy but also imperfection that coexist in balance . According to Eastern philosophy change is the only constant and that’s where true beauty lies. A beauty to be enjoyed here and now, perhaps drinking tea in a special cup...

Wabi-Sabi Zen Art Stories -- poster or photo of exhibited artwork
12 Jul 2022 - 23 Jul 2022
follow your art, Kapsali, Kythera, 80100
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