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No Water, No Moon (When The Moon Was Gone)

 /  120 x 120 cm
Painting /

Technique: Oil on panel


This series is named after a book by Osho, which opens with the zen anecdote of Chiyono. The nun Chiyono studied for years, but was unable to find enlightenment. One night, she was carrying an old pail filled with water. As she was walking along, she was watching the full moon reflected in the pail of water. Suddenly, the bamboo strips that held the pail together broke, and the pail fell apart. The water rushed out; the moon’s reflection disappeared - and Chiyono became enlightened.

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