Art Gallery Featured — 06 January 2018

Kumari wrote a poem to accompany her artwork shown in our virtual Art Gallery.

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A wedding band, the call to prayer, parrots gathering for the night.
Dusk to dawn.
Long long night.
Day breaks again
again again.
Against the sky drop
prisms prove the dance is life
and whirls upon worlds
clap frantically calling
calling cawing keee ko
keeeee ko.
Deeper higher higher deeper.
Playful prayerful open sky.
I’ll pour the wish of my beloved self. An ecstasy. An honouring.

Poem and artwork by Ma Anand Kumari

KumariKumari returned to the world of art in her late twenties after a bout of blindness the doctors claimed incurable. She has studied painting, printmaking and sculpture at UC Santa Cruz and with a Zen master in Hawaii. She has exhibited her paintings in US and India, including the Center for Performing Art, Mumbai, and has received the Pax Cultura prize by the International Roerich Foundation for her contribution to meditation and art in India. facebook.com/Kumari-Martha-Meagher – heykumari (at) gmail (dot) com

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