Sri Chinmoy

Come to see the art and stay to enjoy the live music happening all day during the event.

From 1974 until his passing in 2007, Sri Chinmoy created over 140,000 pieces of abstract mystical art, along with almost 16 million drawings of birds symbolizing the freedom of the human soul. Sri Chinmoy painted in a spontaneous style he called Jharna-Kala, which means ‘fountain-art’ in his native Bengali. “I do not use the mind; I use the heart,” Sri Chinmoy explained, “I try to make my heart a receptive instrument so that God, the Supreme Artist, can paint in and through me.” Sri Chinmoy’s artworks have been exhibited in over 20 countries around the world, in galleries such as the Caroussel du Louvre in Paris and distinguished buildings such as the United Nations Secretariat in New York and the parliament buildings of the United States, Australia, New Zealand and the Ukraine.

Artist Link: Sri Chinmoy

Exhibition Location: Papaha’s Gallery and Studio