Alok Hsu Kwang-han
Alok Hsu Kwang-han is a highly original Zen calligraphic painter from China. He is best known for the “Satori art” (an authentic savoring of enlightenment) that comes through him; his Zen Calligraphic Portraiture and his painting/being workshops on “The Creativity of Non-doing.”
Alok's work has been internationally celebrated at the Swedish National Museum of Ethnography, the Seattle Asian Art Museum, the Great Hall of Exhibition in Shanghai, and other venues. He has painted over 1500 Zen Calligraphic Portraits, taught sociology of religion and psychology of transcendence, and translated and published 20 books on meditation in China. He currently resides in Sedona, AZ.
Click here to see Alok in action from a demonstration at the gallery on June 16, 2011.