Last week I showed you a couple of items of calligraphy presently hanging in the main branch of the public library, courtesy of the Calligraphy Society of Ottawa. Here are two more. The first really seems to mix visual art and calligraphy.
The second goes for the theatre, inscribing a passage from Shakespeare's Macbeth (or the Scottish Play, as superstitious actors would refer to it). Mounted against a darkly colourful background, the paper stands out well.
Foul Whisp'rings Are Abroad...
What a great line.