NYC – Evening workshop
Drawing the Face of the Buddha
During this new evening workshop at Pratt Institute you will learn how to draw the Face of the Buddha according to the Tibetan Buddhist tradition.
We will start with a short meditation and a short lecture to learn more about the backgrounds and symbolism of Tibetan thangkas, this is the best introduction if you want to learn how to draw a Tibetan thangka, such as the Mandala of the 5 Senses, the subject of the weekend course.
To draw the Buddha Face we will work with the original grid-patterns (that contain the right proportions), which serve as a helpful tool to draw the Buddha.
During the drawing session there is a lot of individual guidance by Carmen.
At the end of the evening you will return home with a beautiful, self drawn Buddha.
Drawing experience is not necessary.
Check out the other courses in NYC such as Mandala of the 5 Elements thangka course April 7+8, 2018, Vajrasattva, Buddha of Purification, April 13-15, 2018
Date: Tuesday April 3, 2018
Time: 6.30 – 9.30PM
Price: $85 Please note: Register before February 12, 2018 and receive a 10% discount. Call Program Director Suzanne de Vegh, 212.647.7299.
Where: PRATT MANHATTAN CENTER, 144 West 14th Street, New York, NY 10011
See also the Pratt Institute website
Materials to bring:
– 1 sheet of good drawing paper 11 x 17 inch
– pencil (or mechanical pencil), eraser, ruler (pref. 12 inch or longer)
– optional: colored pencils
Please register with Program Director Suzanne de Vegh a.s.a.p.:
Send an email: sdevegh(at)pratt.edu or call 212.647.7299.