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Kaji Aso Obituary
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January 20, 2017

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March 24, 2006
Thirty years ago, Kaji Aso taught me how to paint, how to see, how to let the joy of life flow through me.

In October, through a dear friend's birthday gift of the Tea Ceremony, I reconnected with him Tuesday evenings in the water color studio and, afterwards, at the intimate, funny, sad, and moving Renga writing sessions.

He was a mischievous and gentle soul who got older but never old.

I will strive to pass on some of his spirit through my own life.

What a blessing to have know him through these years.

Love to all who grieve with me,
Mona
March 24, 2006
We'll greatly miss him.
March 24, 2006
My living room in Paris is filled with paintings I did nearly 30 years ago while immersed in the aura that Mr. Aso created - "paint orangeness, not just the orange". I am so deeply saddened to learn of his earthly passing; his voice and teaching are eternal for all of us priviledged to have been in his presence.
March 24, 2006
While we were looking at his beautiful painting of two butterflies he said, "People ask why I painted these butterflies...I tell them that I was really painting the wind." His life was a shining example of human potential and mastery. The world is darker without him.
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