Saturday, May 19, 2018

The Milky Way

"Look at the sun. The sun is shining. Nobody polishes the sun. The sun just shines. Look at the moon, the sky, the world at its best. Unfortunately, we human beings try to fit everything into conditionality. We try to make something out of nothing. We have messed everything up. That’s our problem. We have to go back to the sun and the moon, to dragons, tigers, lions, garudas. We can be like the blue sky, sweethearts, and the clouds so clean, so beautiful. We don’t have to try too hard to find ourselves. We haven’t really lost anything; we just have to tune in. The majesty of the world is always there."

By Chögyam Trungpa, Rinpoche
“Helping Others” from Great Eastern Sun: The Wisdom of Shambhala

Acrylic on canvas. 26 x 44 in.
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Monday, May 07, 2018

The Spiritual Quest Never Ends

Everyday is sacred; everyday is full of meaning and worth living. We can learn and appreciate new things about ourselves and the phenomenal world everyday. The dome, the spiritual quest, the journey never ends. 

Acrylic on canvas. 48 x 48 in.
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Saturday, April 28, 2018

Auspicious Dragon


Auspicious red dragon with the energy of passion. It is strong and unstoppable; it magnetizes all goodness.

"The self-existing energy that comes from letting go is called Windhorse in the Shambhala teachings. Wind is the energy of basic goodness, strong, exuberant, and brilliant. At the same time, basic goodness can be ridden, or employed in your life, which is the principle of the horse. When you contact the energy of Windhorse, you can naturally let go of worrying about your own state of mind and you begin to think of others. If you are unable to let go of your selfishness, you might freeze Windhorse into ice."
~Teaching by Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche. 

Acrylic on canvas. 26 x 54 in.
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Saturday, April 21, 2018

Phoenix

Phoenix, the firebird. A symbol that appeared in various ancient cultures. These analogues are included in the Hindu, Persian, Turkish, Tibetan and the Chinese culture of "feng huang" 鳳凰. It's pure, passionate, and fierce; it has tremendous power and potency. It is fearless in terms of going beyond boundary - no confinement, no limits. Why limit ourselves within the fluidity of things?

Original etching on paper. 11 x 10 in.
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Friday, April 20, 2018

The Timeless Time

The concept of time could be illusive sometimes. The moment of timeless time always appears. Time feels different to everyone at every time. The eternal mystery of time becomes ordinary. Time is frozen in time.

Acrylic on paper. 38 x 54 in.
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Thursday, April 19, 2018

The Richness of Infinity

Abundant richness of the existence. The time and space are irrelevant. Interference acrylic colors on gessoed ground canvas, which creates a pearlescence-like shine that is changing through the angle of the viewer. Ready to hang.

Acrylic on canvas. 23 x 54 in. 
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Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Cosmic Plan (Triptych)

Painting is the best chance to practice openness. Since the result in the process is often unpredictable. At some point I realize that I have to open to the cosmic plan of infinite potentiality. The quantum wave of possibilities. 

Interference acrylic colors on acid-free paper (interference color mimics the natural pearlescence of abalone shell.) Three paintings as a set, each one is 17 x 14 inches. Ready to frame.

Acrylic on paper. 17x 42 in.
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Saturday, April 14, 2018

A Good Morning

A good morning of beautiful, transparent lighting. Moments of precious tranquility, even though it is brief. Life is worth living! Life is worth giving!

Acrylic on canvas. 36 x 40 in.
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