8050 Niwot Rd. #49
Niwot, CO 80544
It is an honor for Aneesha Parrone
to be represented by:
511 West 25th Street Chelsea,
(10th & 11th Avenues)
New York, NY 10001
Authentic Memories of Beauty
To weave beauty and peace into the world
through creative arts, primarily fiber arts, weaving and paper
making, to work from the inside out.
To establish a connection with an integrated
variety of weaving and art styles of people throughout the world.
To create a weaving studio that sustains a
living and supports an appreciation of the beauty and peace of
arts and their makers. To create an exchange art community for
people throughout the world. To create a gallery-store which
artists throughout the world can exhibit and sell their works.
An Aspiration for the World
H.H. the 17th Gyalwa Karmapa, Ogyen Drodul Trinley Dorje
World, we live and die in your lap.
On you we experience all our woes and joys.
You are our ancestral home of old.
Forever we cherish and adore you.
We wish to transform you into the pure realm of our dreams.
We wish to transform you into a land for all creatures,
Equal for all and free of prejudice.
We wish to transform you into a loving , warm, and gentle goddess.
Our hope in you is ever so resolute.
So please be the ground on which we may all live
So all these wishes may come true,
So all these wishes may come true.
Do not show us the dark side of your character,
Where nature's calamities reign.
In every section of our world's land
May there thrive a fertile field of peace and joy,
Rich with the leaves and fruits of happiness,
filled with the many sweet scents of freedom.
May we fulfill our countless and
c. 2005 by H.H. the 17th Gyalwa
Karmapa, Ogyen Drodul Trinley Dorje. Translated under the guidance
of the Dzogchen Penlop Rinpoche by Tyler Dewar. Musical arrangement
by Christopher Staag and Tyler Dewar. An audio file for the melody
that goes with His Holiness's poem can be downloaded at
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Aneesha Parrone has been a weaver/fiber artist since 1977. She studied at
Barton College, Penland School of Crafts, Haystacks School of Crafts and
graduate work at Goddard College. In addition, in 1979 she served as
apprentice to North Carolina master weaver, Jane Weir. Exhibiting
throughout the state and nationally, her work expresses an exceptional style
of tapestry weaving.
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