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Buddhist Art Afternoon

Saturday 14 August @ 2:00 pm 4:00 pm

Enjoy an engrossing hands-on afternoon of painting, colouring, and drawing using the  traditional Tibetan methods. Share artist tips and enjoy the company of fellow travellers on the path.

You don’t need any artistic skill to enjoy this workshop! Painting the statues to your own individual taste is an immensely enjoyable activity, a nice way to socialise with other LTC students, and a great way to unwind! (and it’s the perfect activity for introverts!). Once completed, you can take your statue home, or leave it to become part of the display wall in our library!

‘Offering paint’ to the small flat-backed statues called tsa-tsas is a way to calm the mind, develop concentration, and draw forth the enlightened qualities of the buddhas. We dedicate the tsa-tsa to five things: the holy gurus, one’s parents, the sick and vulnerable, those who have recently died, and one’s own spiritual progress.

There will also be an opportunity to learn how to draw the Eight Auspicious Symbols, the perfectly resonant dimensions of the face of the Buddha, their symbolic meaning, and the profound blessing they can bring to your life.

You invited to bring along any current Dharma art projects, to work in like-minded company. 

This workshop is facilitated by LTC artist:

Arts materials supplied:
– Tsa-tsa statues (you are welcome to take yours home)
– Paints and brushes
– Examples to copy or for inspiration!

Please BYO:
– Water bottle
– Facemask (also available at reception)
– If you will be drawing; an H or HB pencil, eraser, ruler, and large art paper (not photocopy paper)

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Make a donation online now, or donate when you arrive (with cash or card). Most people donate $10-$20, but there is no set amount. Please offer what you are comfortable with on the day!

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535 Old Cleveland Road
Camp Hill, QLD 4152 Australia
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