I was fascinated right from the beginning by the fact that Chinese calligraphy is not a decorative art. This allows me to express what, as far as I am concerned, represents the value of art: an ethical commitment of devotion to beauty, pure expression, deep communication, research, originality and style...

The Chinese brush, in both painting and calligraphy, brings something unique from the moment the ink hits the page. Each brushstroke demonstrates the wide-ranging experience of the artist. Western art is a symphony of colour and light which creates texture and depth. In a period of exchange that allows for a fusion of traditions without precedent, today it is possible to use expressive means from both cultures.

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