The renown Tibetan Artist and Monk Ven Tashi (Tashi Norbu), is giving a live online course, dedicated to Tibetan traditional and contemporary art expressions.
During this course Tashi Norbu will make a general introduction in Tibetan Art. He will teach traditional ways to make a buddha along with Tibetan motives such as clouds, flames, landscape.
Each lesson will be accompanied by the “Tibetan mantra lounge” meditation.


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Online course description:
You will paint together with the renown Tibetan Artist Tashi Norbu, using techniques based
on the old traditional and contemporary expressions of Tibetan Art.
The workshop will be accompanied by the appropriate ceremony and meditation. It is
applied to all, beginners and experienced Painters.
The Buddha that you will paint, can be you or any of us. In a meditative posture, surrounded by Tibetan motives and flames, focused on
the present moment. The fire reflects to a state of purification. And now a mystical journey
begins, as human is passing through flames to burn away the ignorance, leaving behind the
wisdom mind. This Buddha will be yours!

Materials for buddha painting workshop:

-Sketch book, set of colored pencils, black pen, pencil and an eraser;
-Sets of acrylic paints or gouache,
-Thin round brush size 3 or 4 for lining with black ink; few brushes number 3 or 4 flat big ones: size 6, 8, 12;
-1 canvas size 70 or 80 cm x 1m (27/31  x  39 inches) or more,
-Small jar of water, used cloth or towel to clean the brushes.

Duration: 5 lessons every Sunday (each lesson is more than 3 hours long).
Dates: 22.11, 29.11, 06.12, 13.12, 20.12.
Time: 10:00 – 13:00 San Francisco
   13:00 – 16:00 New York
   19:00 – 22:00 Amsterdam.
5 lesson course

5 lessons every Sunday

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