The Smile of Buddha (catches the beauty while a moment… passes it on and disperses away.)
1. I fill the canvas with flamboyant colors and reasonable delusions of nature then I make the floating lotus as suchness over the patterns (in the air) with a brush, which makes the Middle Way real.
1,1. It is the main theme of my work recently.
1,2. I, a sentient being, am becoming a lotus itself.
1,021 It is harmony that I’ve been working for.
2.The state of peaceful mind extends the way of leaving the space in between, lets the delusion go, and takes a breath through it.
2,1. I represent lattice patterns and a lotus with a ruler and a paint brush at a time.
2,2. I have pleasure while working as the variety of expression.
3. I have spent a lot of time and energy for contemplation and enlightenment.
3,1. True mind does not fit well with filling up all the surface of a canvas with colors.
3,2. The pure mind does not fit well with adornment for pleasing eyes.
3,3. A child’s mind doesn’t bother, which I think is true mind.
4. I rest my mind and pictorial elements float on my mind.
4,01.The peaceful mind; the cure from delusion.
5. I did not paint, but just did brushwork, which is my Middle way.
1 False or idle thoughts: Delusion or deluded thinking, which is the mind of sentient beings.
In Buddhism Vikalpa is corresponding to false imagination, right knowledge, and suchness are the three modes of being: the mere fictions of false imagination; the relative existence of things, under certain conditions or aspects; and the perfect mode of being. Corresponding to this threefold version of the modes of being and awareness…(referred to Britannica)
2 The Middle Way or Path: The principle of non-duality. It is synonymous with emptiness or non-substantiality; the Buddhist description of the path lying between all extremes. It is called the Middle Way because its theory lies logically between annihilationism which holds that nothing is real, and cosmological realism of ordinary experience. Thus, it should be distinguished from the Confucian thought of “the mean” or “moderation” and “the golden mean” of the Western thought. The Buddhist view of the Middle Way is above and beyond such a dualistic view or conception of things.