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"Rainbows of Enlightenment: Spiritual Practice and Tibetan Buddhist Painting" 

When: Thu., June 3, 6:30-8 p.m. 2010
Price: Free

With impressive colors, highly geometric composition and intense figures draped in ruffled flames or fringed flowers, Tibetan Buddhist art is instantly recognizable. (The iconically serene faces of the good deities help, too.) But as you might guess, the symbolism goes far deeper than the ornate elements of each work. Get some backstory at a free lecture at 6:30 tonight with Colorado College professor David Gardiner: "Rainbows of Enlightenment: Spiritual Practice and Tibetan Buddhist Painting" happens at Venue 515 (515 Manitou Ave., Manitou Springs, 685-1861). — Edie Adelstein



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