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"Without seeing things as they are, it is hard to create art. Our perceptions are obscured and our mind is not fresh, so making art becomes a troubled, futile process by which we're trying to create something based on concept."
-- Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche
Posted at 10:18 AM in Art, Tao, Vision, Zen | Permalink
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