The Tibetan Art of Sacred Images

Lectures, painting practice and meditation
Andy Weber
28 June 2019 to 5 July 2019

Already an annual classic, Tushita organizes a course on tanka painting course with Andy Weber. For 7 days, Andy will again convert the meditation room into an old-style Art School, where any participant, whatever his capacity, will be able to shape the image of a sacred image and learn from Andy’s master classes on pigments, mixtures and forms, follow his explanations about the symbolism of the tankas and share his inspiring meditations. All this in an environment conducive concentration, well-being and harmony.

Course subject: For new students will be the Wheel of Life. For the old students Vajrayogini and her mandala.

Dates

The course will take place on June, from the 28th up to the 5th. It is possible to join the course for the first five days (up to the 3rd).

Contribution 
420€. It includes course fee, accommodation, and meals.
320€ (first five days). It includes course fee, accommodation, and meals.

The artist Andy Weber spent seven years living and studying the iconographical art of Tibetan Buddhism under the guidance of accomplished masters in India and Nepal, and has over 35 years of experience in painting thangkas (= Tibetan scroll paintings). His artworks can be seen in Buddhist centres and temples throughout the world including the Potala Palace in Lhasa and his images have become well known and popular through numerous publications. Andy also teaches art courses, workshops, lectures and individual study programmes at various Dharma centers and universities all over the world and throughout the year.

Link to Andy Weber's website