The kanji brush painting for "Dream"

The kanji brush painting for "Dream" from U-CAN Americas, Inc.

By: U-CAN Americas, Inc.  11/04/2016
Keywords: Japanese Brush Painting

When all of the elements for the "Dream" kanji come together, there are several ways to interpret the word’s meaning. The evening element suggests that dreams occur while we’re asleep. The top of the head element suggests the thinking process that allows us to envision things in our mind’s eye. The sideways eye element refers to opening the mind and allowing ourselves to absorb the things around us. See More: https://www.sumigraphy.com/collections/products/products/dream?variant=14640007555

Keywords: Japanese Brush Painting

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