The moments I write down last forever.
Calligrapher and poet
Like the ancient poets
Wer schreibt eigentlich mit unseren Stiften? Um das herauszufinden, trafen wir die Kalligrafin und Dichterin Jeanette Mokosch zum Gespräch in unserer Schwarzwälder Heimat.
Jeannette invited us on an exploration tour of her home region - and her past. Many years have passed since her "moment of destiny", but she still stands by her decision. Today she is a professional and successful calligrapher and poet. Whenever she needs a break, she goes out into nature. She loves to get on the train and travel to the place of her childhood and youth. Always with her is one of her notebooks, in which she records spontaneous thoughts, verses and drawings.
I have alwayswritten, to processthings.
Shaping experiences and decisions
Dreams require courage
A few years later, she dreamed the dream that would change her life. From then on, she "simply started to write everything down without worrying about that the result may not be perfect." Jeannette sold more and more of her handwritten artworks online, and finally held her first workshop in 2015. But strolling through the places and forests in which she grew up, suddenly everything makes sense. There is only one question that remains: What did the voice say which tore Jeannette out of her sleep? Once again, she laughs and recites: "Buy a pen and write like the ancient poets!
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