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Zen of Seeing

by Rajshree Sarabhai

Rajshree Sarabhai captures details in what are common plants¬ómoments, colours and details we overlook-in her photographs.
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Category: Art, Photography
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IN STOCK
279 x 229 mm | 11 x 9 in
Hardcover | 80 pages
75 colour illustrations
ISBN:
978-81-88204-54-0 (Mapin)
978-1-890206-81-9 (Grantha)?
 
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Rs.975.00  | $35.00  | £25.00  | €30.00
 
 
 
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Rajshree Sarabhai sees things around us in a way that makes us look at the world through her eyes. She captures details in what are common plants—moments, colours and details we overlook—and through her photographs shares them with us. These unusual photographs are all taken in natural surroundings and in gardens, capturing plants as they are.
 
Rajshree Sarabhai is a designer, with the focus of her work being on textiles. She has been influenced by Buddhist thought, especially Zen writing.
 

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Foreword by HH the Dalai Lama.

 
 

Praise

 

“Having long sensed the gentleness of your vision, I see this confirmed with the tender revelation of nature's secrets. It is said that we only see in natue what we have learned in art. Through your art we see nature more clearly.”
—Jack Lenor Larson
 

 

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