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"Art Happens" so Let's Share It Here

“Art Happens” so Let’s Share It Here – HIGHLIGHT

Art happens anytime, anywhere, through spontaneity and deliberation alike. It can be made from anything. It can hold and convey our deepest pains and greatest joys. Whatever it is, it’s communication. Therefore, this new Shambhala Times column, “Art Happens” is devoted to sharing our art. Right now, ... continue
Posted March 17, 2019 by Jennifer Holder
An Amateur's Experience of Thangka Painting

An Amateur’s Experience of Thangka Painting

In 1976 I was very fortunate to begin my study of traditional Tibetan thangka painting with the Rongae family at Naropa University.   continue
Posted November 29, 2018 by David_Brown
Without Beginning or End, Part 3

Without Beginning or End, Part 3 – HIGHLIGHT

A multi-part series on the trans-temporal art of Yeachin Tsai by Robert R. Shane The Heart Sutra, 2016, sumi ink on Chinese rice paper, 18×30 in V. The Time of Compassion This profound interconnection of all things is expressed in the Buddhist notion of dependent origination (pratīyasamutpāda).  This thesis that ... continue
Posted July 30, 2017 by CGH
Without Beginning or End, Part 2

Without Beginning or End, Part 2 – HIGHLIGHT

A multi-part series on the trans-temporal art of Yeachin Tsai by Robert R. Shane III. Kinesis Hooked, 2017, acrylic on paper, 26×14 in Tsai’s lines—whether circular or straight—move.  While literally static on the paper, they contain within them the energy of the artist’s gesture as they endlessly redraw themselves before ... continue
Posted July 28, 2017 by CGH
Without Beginning or End, Part 1

Without Beginning or End, Part 1 – HIGHLIGHT

A multi-part series on the trans-temporal work of Shambhalian and artist Yeachin Tsai by Robert R. Shane The Contentment of Mr. Orange, 2015, acrylic on paper mounted on canvas, 14×14 in “The circle…is the synthesis of the greatest oppositions. …it points most clearly to the fourth dimension.” (1) —Vassily Kandinsky I. ... continue
Posted July 26, 2017 by CGH
Listening in Color

Listening in Color – HIGHLIGHT

COLUMN: Celebrating the Arts article and painting by Christine Labich, Western Massachusetts The inspiration arrived on a late afternoon in October. The New England hardwoods were blazing against a blue sky, and I was standing on the muddy bank of a small brook. Decaying leaves pushed up against ... continue
Posted August 23, 2014 by
A Painting's Progression

A Painting’s Progression – HIGHLIGHT

paintings and article by Christine Labich Pioneer Valley Shambhala Center I’ve noticed lately that painting is a lot like moving forward in life. Inspiration, action, communication, and letting go seem to have their place. In the case of this painting, the inspiration came from a particular field that ... continue
Posted March 19, 2013 by
How Good the World!

How Good the World! – HIGHLIGHT

The Road – in progresspaintings offered by Christine Labich, of the Pioneer Valley Shambhala Center Christine Labich has been gazing at, studying, and tending to the natural world for her lifetime, beginning with her childhood on a pioneering organic farm in New Hampshire. She studied ecology and ... continue
Posted August 11, 2012 by
Windhorse in Paint

Windhorse in Paint – HIGHLIGHT

THE GIANT “Le colosse” acrylic on paper (45″X76″)paintings by Marjolaine Robert, www.marjolainerobert.com Here are four photos of my last paintings. The exhibit is called CHEVAL DU VENT (Windhorse) and I have 21 of “my horses” for that exhibit. With this exhibit, I present the principle of windhorse ... continue
Posted August 5, 2012 by
Tasting the Salty Air

Tasting the Salty Air – HIGHLIGHT

Provincetown Dunes Sunrisearticle and paintings by Amy Wynne-Derry Nature has always been my greatest teacher. Growing up on Outer Cape Cod, in Massachusetts shaped my perception of how the world visually and temporally evolves. I spent hours as a child walking Ballston Beach in Truro, a feverish beachcomber, ... continue
Posted July 29, 2012 by
The Sacred Gift: Tradition and Modernity in the Spiritual Art of Nepal

The Sacred Gift: Tradition and Modernity in the Spiritual Art of Nepal – HIGHLIGHT

With great enthusiasm, the Berkeley Shambhala Center is hosting an exhibition of contemporary paintings. You might remember our exhibit, The Divine Feminine in the spring of 2007. The curator, Siddhartha V. Shah, is back along with Barbara Cook bringing still finer, museum-quality work in a major ... continue
Posted April 18, 2011 by


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