Calligrapher Mr. Satoshi Iwao work "Atsu-mori / 敦盛"

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This work is Calligrapher Mr. Satoshi Iwao created "Atsu-mori / 敦盛".

This is a work by Satoshi Iwao, a calligrapher who lives in Miyazaki City and continues to expand and pursue the possibilities of "calligraphy" without being confined to "writing on Japanese paper with ink and brush".

The work depicts the word "Dream / 夢" boldly written in powerful brush strokes, and a passage from the famous "Ko-waka-mai" dance "Atsu-mori" performed by "Nobunaga Oda", along with a fan and gourds.
Calligrapher Mr. Iwao said, about the creation of this work,"What is there that is not died after its birth?"
It means "Nothing can never die. It means "the rise and fall of the dead" and I felt that it expressed the transient nature of the world.
I painted the dancing fan and gourd, thinking that "Nobu-naga" must have danced while drinking sake and worrying about the world.
"Nobu-naga" may have realized his own mortality."

This work size is 520 mm × 518 mm, framed.
The work is painted by acrylic paint.

書道家 岩尾諭志
Born in Miyazaki, Japan, 29 years of calligraphy experience
Appeared on NHK's "Asa Ichi" program, teaching calligraphy to Mr. Hanamaru Daikichi Hakata and Mr. Yoichi Nukumizu.
2018 and 2019, Invited to exhibit at the JAPAN EXPO in Paris, France.
2018 and 2019, He was the runner-up in the National Calligrapher Battle Raven Calligraphy Performance Competition.

  • Calligrapher Mr.Satoshi Iwao work "Atsu-mori / 敦盛"
    The work is painted by acrylic paint.
    *Wall hanging strings are included.
    Size : 520 ㎜ × 518 ㎜ × 46 ㎜
    Weight : about 3.1 kg

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