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,




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