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WORKING WITH BUDDHA IMAGES

In VISUAL ART by Hildy Maze5 Comments

I have used the iconic image of the Buddha as a way to represent both the vast view of ultimate truth and as the container of relative truth along with the inherent qualities of the effect of oil on paper. The paper will age, become fragile.

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JUST AS MIST ON A MIRROR FADES

In VISUAL ART by Martha Boyden0 Comments

In collaboration with a video developer, musician and composer, the movements allows for the transforming, dissolving of forms and ground creating a spacious reflecting mandala that attempts to mirror the motivation of the original intent of Martha’s paintings and textures.

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INVESTIGATING THE MIND THROUGH ART

In VISUAL ART by Hildy Maze0 Comments

My work is driven by a curiosity into the investigation of mind thru art. None of us can avoid thoughts, but through awareness of our pitfalls, beauty, strengths and weaknesses we can open windows into the mind. The core of my contemplative art practice is to visually embody the blind spots as a result of our thoughts.

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MANDALA ART AS THERAPY

In VISUAL ART by Vered Bar6 Comments

A year ago I was hospitalized and created a new mandala each day for healing purposes. It helped me calm my mind, and each day the mandalas improved as well as my health, an amazing parallel healing process, both physical and spiritual from the very deep tissue level.

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PARIS, CITY OF LIGHT

In VISUAL ART by Tony Grigoriou1 Comment

The melancholy and dark approach somehow fit the frustration and sadness that hit me in the light of the sad events that happened at venues, cafes and in the streets of Paris, November 13, 2015. This is a tribute to peace and the multicultural City of Light.

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ART CLASS & AUSPICIOUS CONNECTIONS

In VISUAL ART by Martha Boyden0 Comments

On the first day I decided to see if they were able to handle an open expanse, not to give them direction. They had received many arts and crafts lessons creating marvelous things but had always worked within given perimeters. What I wanted was for them to explore their own imaginings.

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VAJRASATTVA DREAMING

In VISUAL ART by Martha Boyden0 Comments

Vajrasattva Dreaming is a painting that took over a year to create. Combined with video, poetry and music, together with the composition gives your mind a chance to fly freely and be used in many different ways: meditation, phases of dying, dancing and concerts. Enjoy this multi-media experience.