Silent Auction on my paintings
Several months back, I painted a Dzambala for my long time student Girlie Ooi. It was a special gift for all of her hard work and devotion towards taking care of her late mother and late aunt. At that time I got inspired to paint several other Buddha images… It has been a long time since I’ve painted Buddha images. I used to paint a lot when I was a child back in New Jersey over 30 years ago and win school contests for painting also…
On that day, I painted throughout the night. At the end of the day, I managed to paint a total of 7 pieces of abstract Vajrayogini’s and Tara’s. I am not a trained painter, nor am I a professional artist… however whatever I paint comes from my heart… I also composed a short poem for each of the paintings.
At that time, I didn’t know what to do with the paintings, so it was kept in the Ladrang for many months. However, during the Grand Festival of Wealth and Protection event, I thought it would be great to open it up for a silent auction for the public. The silent auction went on for about a month, and we finally have our winners!
I have dedicated ALL of the auction proceedings to Kechara InMotion (KIM). Due to the kindness of those who auctioned, KIM will have extra funding to expand their department! This is my way to help this Kechara InMotion dept who produces videos for our organization….
Below are the pictures of the auction winners with their new paintings. May they always receive the blessings of Vajrayogini and Mother Tara…
These are the pictues of my painting of Dzambala that was a gift.
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