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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Peace in oneself, peace in the world
This is one of six calligraphies done by Thich Naht Hanh just before a wonderful interview he did in San Diego with our editor-in-chief, Melvin McLeod. He's one of a very few people who has training in Eastern Art but also has an amazing calligraphic hand in English. He does a lot of Western calligraphy, which you can see in many of his books. Just before the interview, he did these on rice paper, sealed them, and gave them to Melvin. These were such a wonderful gift, but when I opened the package, the art director in me freaked out. They were so large! And such fine ink on transparent paper. But we stood our big scanner on end and somehow managed to capture them. What a lovely result. –Liza Matthews
This beautiful enso calligraphy by Thich Nhat Hanh integrates a slogan-like phrase that expresses his simple but powerful dharma teachings.
Thich Nhat Hanh is a Vietnamese Buddhist monk, poet, scholar, and peace activist. He was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 1967 by Martin Luther King Jr. for his efforts in generating peace and reconciliation in his native country. Thich Nhat Hanh travels internationally, teaching from his book The Art of Mindful Living. He lives at Plum Village Practice Centre in France, a Buddhist monastery for monks, nuns, and laypeople.
Learn more about Thich Nhat Hanh’s work at: www.plumvillage.org