Illuminations From the Bhagavad-Gita on exhibit at the Museum of Sacred Art

by Chris Murray on June 30, 2016

CM-Lion King-V2-PSri Narasimha Avatara. Pencil, Pen, Acrylic and Pastels on Board, 66 x 46 cm.

The Museum of Sacred Art in Durbuy, Belgium recently opened a comprehensive exhibition of the original manuscript paintings and drawings for Illuminations From the Bhagavad-Gita. The Museum of Sacred Art acquired the entire collection of paintings and drawings that were created over a period of six years by Kim Waters for the book co-authored with Chris Murray.

Kim Waters recently traveled to Durbuy near Brussels for the opening of the exhibition. It was by all accounts a festive atmosphere at the opening.

The Museum of Sacred Art also published a beautiful catalog of the exhibition that includes photographs, memorabilia, and other ephemera with an essay by Steven J. Rosen that details the making of Illuminations From the Bhagavad-Gita.

IMG_3182Kiosk at the entrance to the Museum of Sacred Art for the Illuminations From the Bhagavad-Gita exhibition.

IMG_3209Martin Gurvich, Director, Museum of Sacred Art, Indian classical bamboo flute master Hariprasad Chaurasia, Kim Waters, Kirtan singer Vaiyasaki Das, and his wife Kishori

IMG_3246Exhibition installation view.

IMG_3196Exhibition installation view.

IMG_2500Artist Kim Waters at the opening reception with Krishna devotees.

Digital Image Created at Adamson Editions 2015Krishna, the Cow heard Boy of Vrindavan. Pencil, Pen, Acrylic and Pastels on Board, 66 x 46 cm.

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