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Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

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134 Patricia Rd

Patricia Rd

Sandton

2196

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.1062

28.07013

133 Buckingham Ave

Buckingham Ave

Randburg

2024

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.13174

28.02832

9 Coborn Rd

Coborn Rd

Johannesburg

2194

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.120772

28.000608

1 Fredman Dve

Merchant Place

Fredman Dve

Sandton

2031

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.1004

28.0584

3 Silwood Rd

Silwood Rd

Bramley

2090

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.12895

28.07524

Calligraphy

Calligraphy can be described as a style of writing used as a creative art. Most calligraphy writers do it as a hobby and an art. Modern calligraphy can be traced back to as early as 1902 when it was founded by Edward Johnston. There are many calligraphy writers who were using the art form at that time but his breakthrough styles and techniques have earned him the title of “father of calligraphy.” Calligraphy is a beautiful writing technique that needs to be studied and learnt from professionals.

Many professionals have turned this creative art into a business and use it to make an income from this unusual style of writing. Calligraphy is appreciated as an art form around the world; it is mostly popular in countries like China and Tibet where most of their ancient writings are inspired by this art form. Registering to learn how to write in this style is very simple. There are many art schools that offer it as a course that can be taken under the leadership of a seasoned professional.

It is important for the student to know how to set up, how to practice the different strokes and how to choose the correct brushes to work with. As a basic introduction to learning calligraphy, the students are  taught about correct letter or word spacing, design and layout as well as how to use the calligraphy dictionary.

View the Yellowpages online to find more information about calligraphy in South Africa.

Calligraphy

Calligraphy can be described as a style of writing used as a creative art. Most calligraphy writers do it as a hobby and an art. Modern calligraphy can be traced back to as early as 1902 when it was founded by Edward Johnston. There are many calligraphy writers who were using the art form at that time but his breakthrough styles and techniques have earned him the title of “father of calligraphy.” Calligraphy is a beautiful writing technique that needs to be studied and learnt from professionals.

Many professionals have turned this creative art into a business and use it to make an income from this unusual style of writing. Calligraphy is appreciated as an art form around the world; it is mostly popular in countries like China and Tibet where most of their ancient writings are inspired by this art form. Registering to learn how to write in this style is very simple. There are many art schools that offer it as a course that can be taken under the leadership of a seasoned professional.

It is important for the student to know how to set up, how to practice the different strokes and how to choose the correct brushes to work with. As a basic introduction to learning calligraphy, the students are  taught about correct letter or word spacing, design and layout as well as how to use the calligraphy dictionary.

View the Yellowpages online to find more information about calligraphy in South Africa.

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