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Paintings done in Israel, Brooklyn and at Zen Mountain Monastery, Mt. Tremper, NY, 2011-2012

Initial storyboards for a feature film by filmmaker Betty Teng in development by Gate Pictures and grand prize winner of Francis Ford Coppola’s American Zoetrope Screenplay Contest.

During the month of January 2010, I offered an original ink painting for anyone sending me a receipt of suggested donation of $50 towards any charity helping out in Haiti’s earthquake aftermath. The response was heartwarming from the US, Israel, Germany and the UK, and we gathered together more than $1,200 in donations to the Red Cross, Doctors without Borders, Partners in Health and others.

Haiti paintings collection

The Buddhist Review Magazine, February 2009

Art for Tricycle: The Buddhist Review Magazine, February 2009

www.tricycle.com/insights/a-quiver-heart

www.tricycle.com/insights/rich-generosity

Dr. Bill Ramos of the Philippines used my artwork to create a montage with Corrinne May’s song ‘Fly Away,’ for his workshop Transitions in the subject of life transitions and end-of-life.

“Split In Two”, dharma talk by Shugen Arnold Sensei
Split in Two
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Original Painting

“The One That Is Not Busy”, dharma talk by John Daido Loori, Roshi
The One That is Not Busy
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Original Drawing

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