Penba Wangdu

Links of Origination
Stone ground pigments on cloth
Collection of Shelley and Donald Rubin

What do you see being transformed?

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11 Responses to “Links of Origination”

  1. David says:

    How we conquer our inner demons.

  2. Rachel Lubeck says:

    Potential. Immense rolling solitute. The distributions of our inner workings coinciding with outer forces. The shared human struggle in contrast to the surrender of the soul.

  3. Art perez says:

    Very interesting

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  6. anonomys says:

    he is relaxing and sleepimg. that is preety impressive.

  7. alex j sp says:

    this is a really good museum!!!

  8. Amy says:

    What a luxury to be able to transmute the intense experiences we encounter…how much more emotion is encountered in each of these phases as this artist knows, as visible in his paintings of desire and ignorance, yet here, he peacefully subsumes them. Right on, Rachel

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  10. Donna says:

    this is cool but this can mean alot of things… i guess…