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夢 Yume, “dream” 3 (Framed)


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Yume
is a term with multiple meanings and references in the Zen Buddhism. In the way that a dream is both ephemeral and temporary, it can describe a life with attachment to the material world. In another interpretation, it is likened to a Keisaku 警策, the Master’s single blow with a stick, admonishing the student monk to “stop dreaming”.

Sumi and watercolor on paper, 2020
25”H x 14”W
Signed and framed (black background/black frame)

Tommer was the featured artist in our Virtual Art Space for August 2020. See his entire show at this link and watch an interview by Mayumi Tsutakawa at this link.