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Tommer Peterson, First Thursday, Opening reception April 2nd POSTPONED

March 03, 2020

Tommer Peterson, First Thursday, Opening reception April 2nd POSTPONED

無心 Mushin , 2019, 21” h x 17” w

Tommer Peterson

Calligraphy

April 2 - May 2, 2020

Opening reception: April 2nd, 5-7pm, First Thursday Artwalk

KOBO at Higo, Japantown


In the Zen tradition, Mushin, literally “without mind” or “without heart” translates to “without striving” or “without deliberate intention”and reflects the idea of letting go of material aspirations.

Tommer Peterson began his study of Japanese calligraphy with Kazoku Saito Sensei in Kyoto in 1989. He also studied with Shumpo Akashi, Yoshiyasu Fujii, and Hiroshi Takahata. His work has been exhibited at the Mainichi Shodo Ten (Tokyo), Kyoto Prefectural Exhibition Hall (Kyoto), The Frye Museum (Seattle), The Islamic Cultural Center (San Francisco), and is represented by Kobo Gallery (Seattle).





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