Ten new prints have been added to the gallery including six calligraphies from Thich Nhat Hanh, drawings of the Buddha rendered by Odilon Redon, and a poem written and illustrated by William Blake.
Enrich your world with a beautiful work of dharma art, or give one to a friend. All prints are archival-quality, fine-art giclée reproductions capturing every nuance of the original art. Scroll through the images and read about why our art directors, Liza Matthews and Seth Levinson, chose the work of these wonderful artists to appear in our magazines.
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One of the innovations that Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche was most proud of in transplanting Buddhism to the West was the Vajradhatu Seminary, a three-month teaching and training program for several hundred students. It was a time he spent working very closely with his students, and his love for them was in great evidence. This calligraphy was executed at the 1978 Vajradhatu Seminary in Dixville Notch, New Hampshire, an event that was marked by his proclamation of the Great Eastern Sun - the sun of enlightened mind that awakens in each moment. It was unusual for him to do a calligraphy of an English word. It came in very handy to illustrate an article on, what else, love. –Liza Matthews
Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche was one of the leading Buddhist teachers of the 20th century and a pioneer in bringing Buddhism to the West. He was a poet, painter, and calligrapher whose teachings on dharma art described a profound connection between meditative mind and the creative process.
Learn more about Trungpa Rinpoche' work at: Shambhala SunClick here for more information about our Frames.