Beauty of Things Insubstantial

We received the following from Tuan Pham, who presented to us last year:
Dear friends,

I prepared the attached poster for the advertisement of my public presentation at the US National Arboretum on February 8th 2014, entitled, “Beauty of Things Insubstantial, Insignificant and Untouchable. A 5-Saturday workshop will follow in the Spring, also at the National Arboretum, called, “In Search of Artistic Personality.” In both of these events I will share the wonder and joy of visual discovery, and the teachings of Ancient Masters on “Wise attention.” Please share this information with friends. Anyone with a camera, even a phone camera, can enjoy the lessons which are applicable in seeing nature as well as human nature.

Mindfully yours,

Tuan

 


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“Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” –Ralph Waldo Emerson.