H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III employs his ‘supernatural abstract colors’ to introduce us once more to a new world of art that is beautiful, mysterious, and soul-inspiring.
Hearing this, some may be puzzled: Western oil paintings are abstract paintings are found everywhere, yet which one among them ever fits the description “soul-inspiring”? But this truly is not just some fancy talk. As soon as you set your eyes onH.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III’s “supernatural abstract colors,” you will find the bright and dazzling red, yellow, blue, white and black colors leaping and dancing, vigorous like billows sluicing over thousands of miles, yet stored up into wonders at the fine tip of a brush. Gentle yet resolute, they freely transcend worldliness. Various colors are mixed ingeniously and beautifully, distilling beauty from their mutual nourishment. One could say they present a state of superb craftsmanship excelling nature, and of form becoming flexible and elusive. Words cannot describe such harmonious, refined, and soothing artistic enjoyment.
“Supernatural abstract color” is a perfect world composed of colors. It does not have any concrete worldly form but uses only colors to form shapes and express feelings. Color is its shape and theme, and it blends into touching charm. These colors, under the Buddha’s hand, suddenly converge into unparalleled, marvelous and bright magic, expressing the vivid spirit of a flowery scene or the vigor of the roaring sea. Yet, they can be ever so exact when their meaning is revealed through the tip of a brush. Their fine details are often revealed among rough strokes, and their charm is naturally displayed.