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Koans illustraded by Jura kindly shared as Dhamma-Dana Gift for free by Jura. Visit his homepage to get also images in high resolution and the book in other formats.

Koans illustraded by Jura

kindly shared as Dhamma-Dana Gift for free by Jura.
Visit his homepage to get also images in high resolution and the book in other formats.
www.portraits-paintings.co.uk

2uidkeichu-print-Jura

I have spent the last few years fascinated by Koans, Zen Buddhism and collecting Buddhist books. Many Koans and Zen quotations seem, at first, pointless. However, they have a habit of drifting back into your mind and forcing you to think in a new way. I have learnt to stop trying to make sense of them and now allow them to be formless and not deeply analytical. I just meditate upon them without engaging logic. This has led me to start using them as a starting point for painting. My response is now a form of non representational thinking. The paintings are a simple emotional response, and like the Koan, do not demand an explanation. They are what they are. I realise I should not be influencing anyones response to a Koan, but maybe my paintings show that their influence need only be a mood or feeling, captured in my case by a colour.

Best wishes
Jura


You may find a related topic in the forum here in the library:[English] Koans illustraded by Jura
and also in the modern Buddhist Art section:Illustrated Book on Koans