The door from form into the formless (Exposure: 1/60 sec at f / 3.2 Focal Length: 24 mm ISO: 3200)
A mirror of light casting costumes of shadow, self reflecting reflection of Self.
The Eye of the Buddha:
“A rainbow emanates upon a mandala from Nepal, the upside down triangle, a symbol of the feminine divine, rests upon the locus of the Buddha. Transfixed in its meeting and meaning, through its light, a light of its own. Looking through spaciousness awareness, seeing the teachings non-separation being seen, watching the watcher watch, everything known is known. This is the present of presence, the divine glance of the Buddha eye itself.”
(Exposure: 1/50 sec at f / 1.8 Focal Length: 24 mm ISO: 2500)
Just letting it be after our first day of shooting / August 8th, 2012.
From love into light, the Back Care Yoga was printed and published today. Handmade and crafted by the two of us, this Yoga DVD contains a special asana sequence taught by Gayatri that’s phenomenal for anyone suffering with chronic low back pain.
This is my prerelease invitation for anyone who would like an early copy (simply send me an email), official launch will be when she returns in December from teaching at the ashram (http://www.akhandayoga.com/) in Rishikesh.
RMG Exposed 2012 Finalists : A slideshow of the 45 selections for the The Robert McLaughlin Gallery.
five years ago when we launched a similar competition to make a film inspired by our icelandic tour film heima, we received 57 entries. at the time this seemed like a lot to assimilate and judge. this time almost one thousand people (or rather, one thousand teams of people) have poured theirs hearts and souls into a bewildering variety of films that has frankly threatened to overwhelm us. wow! people have entered from all corners of the globe, inspiring us with so many and varied interpretations of the band’s music. and, without wanting to get too dewy-eyed, it really has been a humbling experience. thank you one and all for your truly amazing efforts. —
No stranger to Andy Warhol’s magical 1969 New York Factory, copying the old days anew, thanks to Robyn and the Gallery 44 installation team, we’re the present day members. Here’s the snapshot, a blast from the past, hippin’ out on the couch.
We are pleased to inform you that your RMG Exposed 2012 submission entitled “The Infinite” has been chosen as a finalist. Prize winning entries will be announced on the evening of the event, Saturday, 10 November, 2012. As a finalist, you receive complimentary entry to the event beginning at 8:00pm. Your name will be on a guest list located at reception.
We would like to extend to you, your family and friends the opportunity to attend an early preview of the chosen works on Friday, 9 November, 2012 at our RMG Fridays event where we will be hosting the Durham Art of Transition Creative Awards (DACTA). I hope you can join us, the event runs from 6:30 – 9:30.
The Jury, RMG Exposed
The Robert McLaughlin Gallery
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Oshawa, ON L1H 3Z3
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