July 3: The Importance of Being Artist (All Ages Service)

His Holiness Dagchen Rinpoche's hand holds a vajra drawing lines that close the Hevajra Mandala, after the empowerment, Tharlam Monastery of Tibetan Buddhism, Boudha, Kathmandu, Nepal


His Holiness Dagchen... by Wonderlane

Beth Rahe Balas, Cedars member and speaker
Jason Cheung, Worship associate
While elephants can be trained to paint, and ancient cave drawings resonate across the ages, it’s clear art is a universal language. But daily modern life is spent balancing duty and distraction, and many of us don’t feel all that talented. Is the goal of art the product we make, the process of creation, or both? With appreciation for the spark within, there might just be fireworks if we feel free to explore. If you’d like to share a brief story about your artistic journey, this is your invitation. The coffee hour can include “show and tell” examples.