The Art of Penmanship: A blog about the art of letter writing.
A blog about the art of letter writing from a traditionalist perspective. Ensuring a future for handwriting in the digital age.
The Art of Penmanship is a blog about the art of letter writing. It will be a valuable resource for those interested in handwritten correspondence, and will also provide information on the history of letter writing. It will also be a place to showcase the beautiful work of master penmen and calligraphers.
Each week, the Art will feature different artists, artisans and companies that specialize in pens, ink, paper, or other stationery supplies. It will also include featured artwork from various penmen or others from around the world.
If you are an expert in this field or have special skills pertaining to it, please visit our contact page for more information on how you can become involved with The Art of Penmanship.
The Art of Penmanship is a blog about the art of letter writing. We discuss topics such as how to write, how to get your handwriting to look like it did when you were a kid, what are the best pens and inks to use for calligraphy, and more.
We also provide an online store where we sell hand-selected products that we have researched and reviewed for quality, craftsmanship, usefulness and beauty.
If you love pens, papers and ink then you are at the right place. We will show you how to make your writing look great again!
The art of penmanship—handwriting—is an art that is rapidly dying. The ability to write a beautiful script, with ease and grace, has become a thing of the past, as most people today communicate by typing on a keyboard. This blog will discuss the art of penmanship, including its history and evolution, the different styles and techniques of writing, calligraphy for beginners and for experts, and how writers can develop their own unique style.
Penmanship is an art form in which one’s personality can shine through. It is also a skill that teaches discipline, patience, and perseverance. It fosters creativity and originality by encouraging one to make every letter unique in appearance. It also provides a means of communication that gives one’s words just a little more meaning because it shows the true personality of the writer.
The art of penmanship can be practiced anywhere at anytime with any writing implement or tool including pencils, pens, markers, brushes, quills, etc. To be well-practiced in this art form takes time and effort. But the rewards are well worth it!
If you love writing letters, then this is the place for you. Pen Art: The Art of Letter Writing is a blog dedicated to preserving the art of writing letters by hand. In the current digital age, it has become increasingly difficult to find people who write letters by hand. But we are still out there! And here is a place for us to share our passion for this dying art form with one another.
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A blog about my penmanship. I use fountain pens and ink, dip nibs and quills. There is much history to be found in writing implements and many beautiful things are possible with a well-made pen. This blog is a place where I will share my experiences, knowledge and thoughts of the art of lettering, calligraphy and handwriting.
I am a pen artist, a calligrapher, and a penman, if you will. I love writing with a fountain pen, especially on good paper. When I write with a fine nib in my favorite vintage pen, it is like dancing.
My name is Will Brown, and this is the blog of my business, called Brown’s Pen Shop. You’ll find here articles on all things related to the art of handwriting, including guides to using fountain pens and inks, tutorials on flourishing (flourishing is the art of applying broad strokes of ink to paper), and articles about the history of writing and calligraphy.
I also offer cursive and copperplate instruction for those who wish to learn how to write more beautifully and productively. If you are interested in learning more about any of these topics or would like to have me teach you or your child how to make lettering graceful and beautiful, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the Contact page on this site. I look forward to hearing from you!
Thank you for visiting Brown’s Pen Shop!