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Threads of Generosity — The Work of Artist Lee Mingwei
Buddhist expression in sound and beauty
Uploaded 17 Mar 2017
Art Sutra: Do Higher Prices Mean a Higher Path?
The intangible value of Buddhism's ancient heritage
Uploaded 3 Mar 2017
Art, Ecology, and Religion: Intersecting Landscapes on the 21st Century Silk Road
Raising awareness through art and spirituality
Uploaded 22 Apr 2016
A Buddhist Perspective on Conceptual Art
Expressing the sublime: the path of the artist
Uploaded 22 Apr 2016
From Manga to Monks, Anime to Arhats: Recent Buddhist Themes in the Art of Takashi Murakami
Artistic expressions of ancient spiritual themes to reflect the human condition
Uploaded 15 Apr 2016
Let It Be: Creativity in the Moment
A Buddhist perspective on exploring authentic creative expression
Uploaded 20 Nov 2015
Zen Buddhist Aesthetics in the Works of Joanne Julian
Meher McArthur on mixed-media artist Joanne Julian
Uploaded 4 Sep 2015
Zen and the Art of Dry Landscape Gardens
One of the most visited sites in Kyoto, by Japanese tourists as well as by foreigners, is the temple Ryoan-ji in the northwestern part of the city. Its dry garden is the most famous and probably the f
Uploaded 12 Jun 2015
“Dakini As Art”: The Buddhist Feminine in Art
“When you arrive at the extinction of reality, there is nothing but the spontaneity of pure potential. There is no other way to dance in the sky.” - Yeshe Tsogyal   The dakini principle has been a s
Uploaded 22 May 2015
The Faceless Face: The Buddhist Origami of Giang Dinh
Origami has evolved over the last few decades from a Japanese paper craft practiced mostly by children into an international pastime and a sophisticated form of artistic expression. In the last few de
Uploaded 17 Apr 2015
Zhang Huan: Sculpting a Name in Art
Whether it is his unconventional performance art, his photography, or his sculpture, Chinese artist Zhang Huan’s remarkable repertoire is rebellious, eccentric, controversial—and spiritual, particular
Uploaded 30 Jan 2015
Contemplating the Kalpa in the Art of Hirokazu Kosaka
Measuring Buddhist time in art installations
Uploaded 14 Nov 2014
Pin drop silence: a 21st-century Avalokiteshvara at the Met
The concept of a modern or contemporary Tibetan art is a relatively fresh phenomenon arising out of the second half of the 20th century. The work of artists like Tenzing Rigdol and Gonkar Gyatso recen
Uploaded 23 Jul 2014
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