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Coloring for Meditation: With Tibetan Buddhist Art Paperback – February 14, 2017
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About the Author
Tibetan artist Tashi Dhargyal trained with master painter Venerable Sangye Yeshi at a school established at the behest of the Dalai Lama in Dharamsala, India. For five years he was the artist-in-residence at Ganden Monastery in Dharamsala before coming to the United States to continue his craftsmanship. His studio and gallery in California wine country is open to the public, and he has an active following online.
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Almost any of these are suitable for displaying on a Tibetan Buddhist altar, colored or not. There are a range of simple to complex drawings to work with, or just to admire the artistry of the brush that created them.
The pages are large and double-sided. In most cases (but not all) the opposite side from the drawing is the text explaining the next drawing, so you will not be ruining another page of drawing if you color too hard or your pens bleed. The page are not perforated.
If you find these drawings interesting, check out the coloring books by Robert Beer. His drawings are way more complex though. Buddhist Art Coloring Book 2: Buddhas, Deities, and Enlightened Masters from the Tibetan Tradition
I highly recommend this colouring book and if you are ever in the area of Sebastopol, CA, you should go to his gallery studio, Tibetan Gallery & Studio, and see the thanbochi.
Thank you Tashi for your wonderful gift of art!
This book is filled with gorgeous drawings and interesting info on different aspects of Buddhism and Buddhist iconography.
Highly recommended for people of all ages!
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