This is a two-day workshop in earth shaping and stone arrangement based on the "Sakuteki" and "The Sound of Cherry Blossoms." The art of placement is the second fundamental of non-dual design after form and space. Within it are contained the subjects of proportion, scale, and relationships. From the field of emptiness in which both the designer and the designed are contained, Heaven and Earth are joined. From this awareness, we can hear the will of the stone. We'll work with large boulders as well as models to explore the art of placement.
Schedule: Saturday-Sunday 9am-5pm.
Cost: $340 (includes lunch)
This is an event sponsored by Plum Mountain. You can register at the Plum Mountain website.