Andy Weber: Art Workshop weekend
Saturday 8, Sunday 9, Monday 10 December
09.30 - 18.00 each day, finishes at 5pm on Monday
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP:
This course will explore the remarkable mahasiddha Padmasambhava ( the lotus born), who stabilized the first wave of Dharma into Tibet in the 8th century. Known for his mystical and magical powers he laid the foundation for the old school Nyingma. Even today his followers still rely on his hidden treasures (termas) and the direct teaching and instructions he left behind.
This course will explore his prophecies and the importance of his two consorts Mandrava and Yeshe Tsogyal.
Hands-on-tuition will be given for drawing and painting techniques. Besides instructions like canvas making and natural colours, we will make colour charts with modern paints to simplify the painting process.
Meditation, mantra recitation and prayers will make this course a unique and deep experience. The end result is not as important as the path getting there.
A modest artistic talent is required. Genuine perseverance and devotion to the subject are the important qualities students should bring along.
Attending all lectures is important to gain an insight into the importance of Guru Rinpoche’s position in transmitting the Dharma from India to Tibet.
TEACHER: ANDY WEBER
The world famous Andy Weber is a master of thangka painting and an accomplished sculptor with an encyclopedic knowledge of symbolism in Tibetan art and how we can use such images to enhance our experience of life and to train our mind in beneficial helpful thoughts. Highly sought after all over the world we are very fortunate that he has made time to enable students to connect with the living tradition of Tibetan art that flows through him. To check out his work please visit Andy's website here.
Booking is mandatory it because Jamyang can give you a better service
Suggested donation £160, Concession £120 (must be agreed directly with Andy)
|Event date||10-12-2018 9:30 am|
|Event End Date||10-12-2018 5:00 pm|
|Cut off date||07-12-2018|
|Location||Jamyang Buddhist Centre London|