Artwork

All artwork created by Master Chi Chern at each retreat are donated to the local center of Chan practice and can be obtained by contacting the organizer of the retreat (this blog does not handle any request for the artwork).  There are many more pieces not shown here, please contact below listed local centers for details.

Selected from 2015 Summer Teaching Tour

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Album 1 — Selected from 2014 DDRC USA 10-day Chan Retreat  (www.dharmadrumretreat.org)

(For further information, please contact ddrc@dharmadrumretreat.org

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Album 2 — Selected from 2014 Poland 10-day Chan Retreat (www.czan.eu)

(For further information, please contact Pawel Rosciszewski at budwod@budwod.com.pl)

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Album 3 — Selected from 2014 Switzerland 5-day Chan Retreat (www.chan-bern.ch)

(For further information, please contact Hildi Thalmann at info@chan-bern.ch)

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Album 4 — Selected from 2014 Lancing, Michigan 5-day Chan Retreat       (lansingbuddhist.org)

(For further information, please contact Ms. Lina Wu at lansingbuddhist@gmail.com)

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Album 5 — Selected from 2014 DDM LA 7-day Chan Retreat  (www.ddmbala.org)

(For further information, please contact ddmbala@gmail.com

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Album 6 — Selected from 2014 DDM NJ 3-day Chan Retreat  (www.ddmbanj.org)

(For further information, please contact Mr. Chiu Wang

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3 thoughts on “Artwork

  1. Hello,
    It is great to see the work of Master Chi Chern. However, I don’t know Chinese and it would be even greater to know what the signs/text mean. I mean not only on the page Artwork but generally on all the artwork presented on this website.

    • Dear Anna,

      Thank you for the comment. Yes, it would be great to have the Chinese characters of each artwork explained in English. Unfortunately this has to wait because currently there is only one person (the translator) maintaining this blog while trying to have Master Chi Chern’s book on Chan practice translated and published for the English readers as priority, and the translator also has other regular work responsibilities at the same time. For the time being, hopefully someone in your local area can help translate the Chinese characters for you. For sure, when/if you come to one of Master Chi Chern’s retreats, there will be someone who can do so.

      Kindest regards,
      Kongzhu

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