Exhibition Dates: October 15 – November 30.

Coupling Rona Conti’s  elegant, graceful, sweep of black ink on absorbent paper, with the meditative serene,  stacked stone  prints of Soosen Dunholter produces a two-person exhibition called Shibui: Ink, Paper, Stone. The work of these two New England artists shares the meaning of the Japanese word SHIBUI: the balance of simplicity and complexity, elegance and rough, spontaneous and constrained through their respective mediums of calligraphy and collagraph prints.

Aryaloka Buddhist Center, October 15 – November 30

Opening reception October 15

2pm Demonstration of Calligraphy by Rona Conti.

3pm – 4:30pm  Reception

3:15 Talks by Artists Soosen Dultholter (printmaker) and Rona Conti (Calligrapher)

Public viewing times: M – F, October 16 – November 30, 10 am – 3 pm.
Closed November 8 – 14 and Thanksgiving Day.


The Generosity Kula
invites everyone – each time time they come to Aryaloka – to bring one item for our collection boxes in the entryway. We are collecting non-perishable food items, personal care/cleaning products, or warm clothing items. Your generosity makes such a difference in many people’s lives! We thank you for your past donations and encourage you to continue. With gratitude, the Generosity Kula.