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    Duane Michals Paid Member

        Photographer Duane Michals lives in New York; his books include Now Becoming Then (Twelvetrees Press). More »
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    Heart Print Paid Member

    When Brice Marden saw the "Masters of Japanese Calligraphy" exhibition at New York's Asia Society in 1984, he was so captivated by the beauty and authority of the work, by the living energy of the drawn lines, that he kept a copy of the catalogue with him wherever he went. For the first time, he saw calligraphy as drawing. And drawing for Marden—like calligraphy for the Japanese and Chinese—is "the most direct form of all artistic expression." Long a believer that art is a form of spiritual communication, Marden felt an affinity with this work, which evolved in a kind of inspired state. In fact, the Chinese expression for a piece of Zen calligraphy is "heart print." More »
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    Wiley Mind Paid Member

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    The Zen Circles of Kazuaki Tanahashi Paid Member

    These images are best viewed in the digital edition (pages 64 through 69) of the magazine.  More »
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    Novice Monks in Sri Lanka Paid Member

    Photographs by Pej Behdarvand Click here to view portfolio in the digital edition. “The Bhikkhu who, while still young, devotes himself to the Buddha’s Teaching, illuminates this world like the moon freed from a cloud.” –The Buddha More »