Tibetan Buddhist images carry centuries of wisdom
that’s equally relevant to our lives today.
They are meant to inspire, and they’re a lot more inspiring
when you know what you’re looking at.
In the upcoming four-week online course,
we’ll explore the spiritual function of thangkas, get to know some of their most important figures, and discover a rare and precious form of thangka that’s stitched from pieces of silk.
I’m not a lama, an art historian, or a scholar, but I have spent thousands of hours MAKING this very special kind of thangka.
I lived among Tibetans in India for almost a decade, took teachings every day, and absorbed a lot of Buddhist culture. Information that’s second nature to Tibetans is mysterious to the rest of us, and hard to find in a straightforward, accessible form.
My intention is to give you just that — an accessible introduction to Tibetan Buddhist images, especially in their textile incarnation.
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