Gyöngyvér Pápa

Gyöngyvér Pápa

Gyöngyvér Pápa
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Realise the nature of mind, because it is at the root of both samsaric suffering and nivanic bliss. When you realise this, rest the mind without meditating, because only deluded people seek enlightenment by abandoning their own minds.

sumi-e by Havayoth.deviantart.com on @deviantART

I painted the picture with traditional japanese ink during minutes. ^^ By far it isn't my first ink-painting, but it is still difficult do work with a japanese ink-brush. "sumi-e" means "ink-.

A woodcut print from an unknown Japanese artist, dating to sometime between 1870 and 1920. Part of the Oliver Wendell Holmes Collection in the Library of Congress archives. An archival pigment print. A portion of the proceeds from this print will go to supporting the continued work of the Library of Congress.

Japanese Woodcut: Birds over Ocean Print from an unknown Japanese artist, dating to sometime between 1870 and Part of the Oliver Wendell Holmes Collection in the Library of Congress archives.