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Lhadrima: Part Four of a Painter's Journey

Lhadrima: Part Four of a Painter’s Journey – HIGHLIGHT

A Western Woman’s Journey as Painter of the Lha: The Noble Conquerors. Click here for PART THREE in the Lhadrima series. By Cynthia Moku Looking back once again to 1974 when I watched Glen Eddy demonstrate the technique of brush-line drawing, I saw that within this ... continue
Posted March 1, 2010 by
Lhadrima: Part Three of a Painter's Journey

Lhadrima: Part Three of a Painter’s Journey – HIGHLIGHT

A Western Woman’s Journey as Painter of the Lha: The Noble Conquerors. Click here for PART TWO in the Lhadrima series. By Cynthia Moku Painting the images of the buddhas and the bodhisattvas can become a skillful method when coupled with the path of ... continue
Posted February 28, 2010 by
Lhadrima: Part Two of a Painter's Journey

Lhadrima: Part Two of a Painter’s Journey – HIGHLIGHT

A Western Woman’s Journey as Painter of the Lha: The Noble Conquerors. Click here for PART ONE in the Lhadrima series By Cynthia Moku Drawings and preliminary sketches of the buddhas, bodhisattvas, yidams, protectors and historical emanations form a large part of my process in painting a ... continue
Posted February 27, 2010 by
Lhadrima: A Painter's Journey

Lhadrima: A Painter’s Journey – HIGHLIGHT

A Western Woman’s Journey as Painter of the Lha: The Noble Conquerors. By Cynthia Moku It was 1969 in San Francisco. I was a student taking classes at the San Francisco Art Institute on Russian Hill and the San Francisco Academy of Art on Sutter Street ... continue
Posted February 26, 2010 by


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