FEATURES | Dakini As Art

About Dakini As Art

 

Dakini As Art is a team of artists that supports Vajrayana practitioner-artists and the activities of The Yogini Project through its galleries of art. These galleries are about and inspired by the dakini, an expression of the enlightened feminine in Vajrayana Buddhism.

Dakini As Art is currently discontinued but you can continue accessing and enjoying all their articles below.

Showing results for Dakini As Art

Practicing Perfection in Art, Buddhism, and Life
Viewing perfection as a goal rather than a destination
Uploaded 17 Jun 2016
Deconstructing Bridges and Forging New Highways with Dharma Art – Part Two
Using art as a footpath to conceptual liberation
Uploaded 3 Jun 2016
A Buddhist Perspective on Conceptual Art
Expressing the sublime: the path of the artist
Uploaded 22 Apr 2016
Emperors, Lamas, and Silk: the Origin of Fabric <i>Thangkas</i>
Tracing the roots of a sacred Buddhist art form
Uploaded 8 Apr 2016
The Medicine Buddha and the Power of Healing
The power of the Medicine Buddha in art and practice
Uploaded 1 Apr 2016
Reflections on Learning to Paint like a Medieval <i>Thangka</i> Painter: Hand-grinding Gems and Minerals into Pigment
Appreciating the more-than-700-year-old tradition of the Newari people of Nepal
Uploaded 26 Feb 2016
Painting the Eight Auspicious Symbols for the Dalai Lama, Part 2
The origins and meanings of the Eight Auspicious Symbols
Uploaded 18 Dec 2015
Teaching Western Women an Ancient Tibetan Art and Gaining Wisdom Along the Way
The transformative power of Tibetan appliqué
Uploaded 4 Dec 2015
Let It Be: Creativity in the Moment
A Buddhist perspective on exploring authentic creative expression
Uploaded 20 Nov 2015
Back to Top