Contemporary & Traditional Tibetan Calligraphy

Four Concerns to Drop

Japanese Sumi ink on heavy water colour paper, 57x76 cm. 2016

A famous verse composed by by Sakya Kunga Nyingpo and often used as a basis for teaching.

If you are concerned with improving your life, you are a materialist.
If you are concerned with how you are feeling, you don’t want to be free.
If you are concerned with your own welfare, you are asleep.
If you are concerned with holding a position, you don’t see.

Calligraphed in an early form of drutsa script.

This particular artwork was especially created for Tashi’s book Sacred Scripts and has been reproduced as excellent quality giclée art prints - available to purchased as hand-signed limited editions from the ART & PRINT STORE

Four Concerns to Drop - Tibetan Calligraphy