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Buddhist related or inspired art

Started this category in order to put these:

I'm really tickled but the buddha image incorporating modern imagery such as the polka dot underwear surrounded by cultural images.

I'm really jealous of the enso but love the energy



  • JeroenJeroen Luminous beings are we, not this crude matter Netherlands Veteran

    Some good stuff there @Jeffrey — a nice find.

  • FleaMarketFleaMarket Newbie, not Veteran

    Very interesting. I thought Bill Viola's piece “Catherine’s Room” was just a picture at first but it's more of a performance when I looked it up.

  • lobsterlobster Veteran
    edited May 26

    Thanks @Jeffrey

    Everyone is an expression or piece of dharma. So I thought maybe modify one of my photos artistically … each of us has an art form: music, dance, poetry, painting, photography etc … maybe some will share …

  • rocalarocala Explorer

    I had never heard of Rima Fujita but I am a confirmed fan now. Thank you Jeffrey, a great post.

  • ToshTosh Veteran

    Isn't all art kinda 'Buddhist related' as in you're mindful when creating it?

    I understand Buddhism doesn't own 'mindfulness', but one of the reasons I love photography is that you're very much in the present moment when I'm doing it.

    I know by taking a camera for a walk that I'll be more present during the walk and really 'look' at what's around me.

  • lobsterlobster Veteran
    edited July 29

    There is in Japan a Shingon temple dedicated to artists. This is the Boddhisattva Mango Manga Jizou

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