Tibetan Monks and a Solarlight Installation in Laguna Beach





This is an incredible task , a work of art, blowing the different colored sand through a papertube onto predesigned layout, each motive has a certain meaning in Buddhisms.


After the Mandala was completed it was taken down to the beach , in a ceremony thrown into the ocean, accompanied  by chanting……. Nothing is permanent ……………..Everything is changing all the time……


Same night a solar light lantern installation on the beach of Laguna Beach, by the Artist Jim Denevan sponsored by the Laguna Beach Art Museum

. Incredible art work, one installation was created in circles and the other one the design of a Lotus Flower.






The full moon was radiating over the ocean….. the waves were crushing at the  shore…..people were in aw …….just being in The Moment….of Awareness…..of what Beauty is……

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6 Responses to Tibetan Monks and a Solarlight Installation in Laguna Beach

  1. Extraordinary and beautiful…

  2. Judi McKenzie says:

    So lovely and peaceful!

  3. So different from each other – the sand mandala and the solar lights, but even the solar lights formed a mandala – so maybe they are not so different after all. Art is the pursuit of Beauty and Meaning….

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