About

Hiromi Ashlin is a world-renowned "ju-dan" level Japanese calligrapher and origami master and the inspired creator of beautiful, extraordinary and unique works of art. From the assemblage of meticulously folded Japanese papers, calligraphy painting, stippling, and washes, Hiromi's art expresses a Zen-like quietude that emerges out of highly organic environments of powerful movement and color transitions.

 

The adjoining video was produced from Vanessa Mills' ABC News interview with the artist in Broome, Western Australia. The music is provided with the kind permission of Alcvin Takegawa Ramos from his collaborative album with Satomi Saeki, "Japanese Traditional Koto and Shakuhachi Music".