Categoría: Philosophy

Sumi-e landscapes

Sumi-e is an ancient pictorial and calligraphic technique from China that was introduced in Japan thanks to Zen monks in the XIV century. Sumi-e painters try to draw an idea in few strokes. I begun to experiment with this technique in 2017 and I have developed my own style. This is because of living in […]

Walking art

I prefer the  word “saunter” as described Thoreau in his book Walking to refer to the practice of the Walking art, because the author associates the meaning of walking in a more holistic way, as a way of life and not only a concrete practice of a kind of performance. Taking this into consideration I […]

Half empty half full

The real question is not if you are optimistic or not? The dialectic is objectiveness vs emotion. Why do you want to observe reality in this way? Two half empty/full bottles makes one completely full? Is in fact the empty space a chance to refill the bottle or more room for expansion? All things being […]

Prayer flags

In Buddhism, prayer or prayer flags are pieces of rectangular color cloth in high mountain areas of Tibet. The flags are printed with prayers and images that appear in groups of 5 colors: blue, white, red, green and yellow, that symbolize sky, air, fire, water and earth. Traditionally, prayer flags are used to promote peace, […]