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Finding Vastness

Finding Vastness – HIGHLIGHT

Joining painting, photography, and meditation by Karen Iglehart Some of you have seen my paintings at Karme Choling and know of me as a painter. Many of you reading this may know me through Shambhala programs. I would like to share the photographic aspect of my artistic endeavors. As ... continue
Posted October 13, 2017 by CGH
Poetry Space -- Spring 2016

Poetry Space — Spring 2016 – HIGHLIGHT

After a couple of special projects, we’re delighted to return to publishing work that’s been submitted by the readers of Poetry Space. This also means that we’re back in the business of soliciting new work. If you submitted to Poetry Space over the winter, your submissions ... continue
Posted April 14, 2016 by
Landscape as Sacred Map

Landscape as Sacred Map – HIGHLIGHT

Pilgrim, TibetAnnouncing a New Book Release A Photographic Journey into the Heart of the Himalayas by David Zurick, Berea, Kentucky In 2004 I began traveling in the Himalaya and Tibet with a large-format camera and sheet film to make black-and-white photographs of sacred places in the region: monasteries, shrines, ... continue
Posted September 3, 2014 by
Lessons Learned from Being Underwater

Lessons Learned from Being Underwater – HIGHLIGHT

BoseARTS COLUMN Finding Balance in a Contemplative Life by Julie Dubose Recently, I had the great pleasure of returning to Royal Roads University in Victoria, B.C. with Michael Wood to teach Opening the Good Eye and Making Contact, the first two courses in our contemplative photography curriculum. We felt ... continue
Posted June 16, 2014 by
Trusting Everyday Magic

Trusting Everyday Magic – HIGHLIGHT

A Contemplation On Snapshots of Basic Goodness versus Contemplative Photography article and photos by John McQuade Is there a difference between “feeling good” and the connection with basic goodness? How do images communicate basic goodness? Miksang is a Tibetan word that translates as “good eye.” This form of contemplative photography ... continue
Posted April 19, 2014 by
Effortless Beauty

Effortless Beauty – HIGHLIGHT

Acharya Dan Hessey Interviews Julie DuBose My name is Dan Hessey, and I’m here with Julie DuBose, author of Effortless Beauty: Photography as an Expression of Eye, Mind, and Heart. It must be exciting to publish this wonderful book. The photographs are really beautiful and the writing ... continue
Posted August 12, 2013 by
Perception Warrior

Perception Warrior – HIGHLIGHT

Lights in the ForestCelebrating Photographer Freeman Patterson by John McQuade This is a birthday remembrance for the great Canadian photographer Freeman Patterson. He celebrated his 75th birthday last year and many admirers celebrated with him. For many decades, Freeman has been a major figure in the Canadian and ... continue
Posted June 19, 2013 by
Sky Dancer

Sky Dancer – HIGHLIGHT

Introducing a new series of photographs called Sky Dancer photos by Dana Marshall, Bussum, Netherlands The power of the female body is that it is the link between heaven and earth. Sky Dancer touches on embodied feminine energy. These images are a proclamation of strength and playfulness. They are ... continue
Posted November 18, 2012 by
Union of Dharma and Art

Union of Dharma and Art – HIGHLIGHT

photos and article by Dana Marshall In my last year of high school in Boulder, Colorado (1978), at 16 years old I had completed all the required courses so I had the opportunity to focus on what really interested me which was painting, photography, ceramics and mythology. ... continue
Posted May 7, 2012 by
Sometimes a golden fish swims by

Sometimes a golden fish swims by – HIGHLIGHT

Celebrating Shambhala and the Arts What to Know and How to Know It photos and article by Mary Lang “Sit and do nothing. Every once in a while a golden fish swims by and lays her golden eggs. You’ll know.” ~ Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche In the fall of 1973, I started ... continue
Posted March 22, 2012 by
Photograph of the Year

Photograph of the Year

Sean Raggett’s large format photograph Queen’s Woods was selected to appear in this year’s Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize show at the National Portrait Gallery (NPG), London. Born in 1972, Canadian photographer Sean Raggett undertook an honours degree in media studies in Vancouver, Canada and now lives ... continue
Posted January 22, 2010 by
India Kaleidoscope

India Kaleidoscope – HIGHLIGHT

Photo Gallery by Corey Kohn This winter took us to India (and Nepal), both north and south. First came the pilgrimage to the major sites marking the life of the Buddha: Bodhgaya, Sarnath, Kushinghar and Lumbini. Then, after stops in Kathmandu and Dharamsala, we dug our heels ... continue
Posted June 23, 2009 by
Royal Wedding Celebration in Orissa, India

Royal Wedding Celebration in Orissa, India

In the fall of 2006 I found myself talking with Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche about his upcoming wedding in Orissa, India, at the seat of his father-in-law’s lineage in India.  The Sakyong asked if I was going; at the time I didn’t think that I would. I asked ... continue
Posted February 22, 2009 by Marvin Ross


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