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November 2017

Jananasuka Foundation’s Mural Painting Project

On-line interview with Lama Dechen Yeshe Wangmo for Jananasuka Foundation’s Mural Painitng Project at Tsogyal Lhatso Nunnery, Tibet

October 14, 2017

Studio Gathering

Wonderful gathering! Thank you to all who came and wrote in.

March 12, 2017

Introducing LHADRIMA FOUNDATION

Connecting Wisdom Traditions through the Arts

lhadrima foundation logo

January 26-27, 2017

INDELIBLE PRESENCE: The Way of the Brush

with students & faculty of Chapman University
led by Professor Barney McGrane
interim course: Ancient Wisdom: Modern Madness

Binding Factor, tempera on silvered glass, wax cylinders

Binding Factor
tempera on silvered glass, wax cylinders

August 17–21, 2016

WISDOM RISING CONFERENCE: Honoring the Divine Feminine

Exhibit: paintings & drawings
PILGRIMAGE, Phase III
– The Dakini Map
– Stupa Portraits
– Stupa Medallions

The Sacred Studies Conference Hall, Shambhala Mountain Center
August 17-September 1, 2016

Artist Talk:
EMBODIED ENVIRONMENTS

The Great Stupa of Dharmakaya, main floor
Shambhala Mountain Center
August 19, 2016

Group Performance Art Installation:
PEBBLES & MOUNDS: Aspirations of the Feminine

The Great Stupa of Dharmakaya, four gateways
Shambhala Mountain Center
August 19, 2016

Conference information and registration

May 6–10, 2016

Touching the Moment with Indelible Presence

Vidan Gonthier and Cynthia Moku

Uniquely blending meditation, contemplative arts, sensory awareness practices and Hatha Yoga, we will practice in a rich environment to shed habitual patterns and rediscover the world with fresh perception.

Shambhala Mountain Center
Red Feather Lakes, Colorado USA

more information
 

Registration for this retreat is now full.

Further inquiries will be wait-listed.

Silversword

Sunday, April 24, 2016

The Iconography of the Primordial Rigden:

Its Meaning and Expression in Society

Talk and visual presentation on the illustration of awakened virtues stemming from basic goodness and compassionate activity, as exemplified within the iconography of the Primordial Rigden thangka painting, and related images of enlightened warriorship.

The Primordial Rigden painting is the main image for the shrine halls of all Shambhala Meditation Centers throughout the world.

Kailua Shambhala Center
Oahu, Hawaii USA

Imperial Rigden

February 11, 2016

Unveiling of the Imperial Rigden thangka

Kalapa Werma international Feast Celebration
An international celebratory group meditation practice
lead by The Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche

Boulder Shambhala Center
Boulder, Colorado USA

click here or on image for information on ordering prints

Imperial Rigden

January 27 & 28, 2016

INDELIBLE PRESENCE: The Way of the Brush

with students and faculty of Chapman University
interim course: Ancient Wisdom : Modern Madness
lead by Professor Barney McGrane

Shambhala Mountain Center
Red Feather Lakes, Colorado USA

IP Well

October through December 2015

Winter Solo Exhibit

Weapons of Massive Compassion:

Drawings and Studies for various Buddhist scroll paintings including the Rigden Thangka Paintings

Tribal Bands and Nest I & II

Ink-art paintings from the Flying White Series and mObO Mountain Series

Opening Reception: Friday, October 23rd, 6:00 – 8:00PM

MERCURY GALLERY & FRAMING STUDIO
4692 Broadway
Boulder Colorado USA
(303) 938-0123

event announcement

for more information: mercuryframing.com
 

September 15 – November 5, 2014

NAROPA UNIVERSITY VISUAL ARTS FACULTY EXHIBIT

Essence

group show

On exhibit are two pieces from the:

FLYING WHITE SERIES

text trails

Text Trails, Phase II

Gouache, acrylic, gold & copper leaf on rice-papered canvas
28x56″   71x142cm

tribal bands

Tribal Bands, Phase II

Gouache, acrylic, gold & copper leaf on rice-papered canvas
28x56″   71x142cm

Lounge Gallery, ground floor

  • Naropa University
  • Nalanda Arts Campus
  • Arapahoe Avenue @ 62nd Street
  • Boulder CO USA
  • Charmain Schuh, MFA
  • Gallery Manager,
  • School of the Arts
  • Phone: 303-245-4637
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