Past Exhibitions

Empowering the Extraordinary Dakinis
Rima Fujita

May 20 – August 4

Empowering the Extraordinary Dakinis is an exhibit featuring artist Rima Fujita’s recent series of work exploring the theme of female empowerment. Ms. Fujita examines women’s spiritual roles through iconography, tales and figures from the Buddhist tradition and spiritual cultures, as well as drawing upon modern influences. “My works celebrate the timelessness of female beauty and power,” says Ms. Fujita.

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Bridging Realms: Contemporary Tibetan Art
Tashi Norbu, Sonam Dolma, Ngawang Jorden, Tara Lobsang, Tenzin Phuntsok, Passang Topgay Tenzin Ngawang, Sarah Rose Hector Marcel, Gonkar Gyatso, Karma Phuntsok, Rima Fujita,   Tashi Lodoe, Peter Makela, Tashi Wangchuk, Konchok Rinchen, Gina de la Chesnaye ‎

March 11 – May 10

This exhibit presents contemporary works connected by Tibetan cultural and philosophical thought embracing contradiction and reconciling polarities. Questioning the logic of ordinary perception and Aristotle’s law of non-contradiction in their paintings, mixed media and photography, the artists rely on provocative and paradoxical aspects of Mahayana Buddhist philosophy and the ideal of the “middle way between extremes.”

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Tibet – Looking Back

Jaroslav Poncar

January 15 – March 2, 2016

Jaroslav Poncar’s photographs of Tibet were taken over four extensive journeys more than twenty years ago.  On his journey to Tibet in 1985, he travelled overland from Chengdu to Lhasa, and further to the former kingdom Guge in the extreme West, experiencing the country as it looked ages ago.

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Sublime World 

Sonam Lhamo & Tiffani Gyatso

October 23 – December 21, 2015

Sublime Worlds features artists Sonam Lhamo’s and Tiffani Gyatso’s highly emotive and imaginative mixed-media paintings. Their works reflect inner consciousness, spontaneity, practice and awareness, nurtured by Tibetan Buddhist philosophy, folklore and symbolism and the artists’ own spiritual journeys.
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