A Penny for Your Thoughts

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During the 1984 Kalapa Assembly in Bedford Springs, the Vidyadhara requested that I visit with him. At one point during the visit there was a long silence. I asked him, “a penny for your thoughts.”

In his wonderful high pitched voice he said smiling, “I don’t think.”

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Hildy Maze is long-time student of the Vidyadhara. She is also a dedicated and prolific artist. About her work: “Maze explores abstract/figurative painting, drawing and sculpture like an archaeologist, presenting ephemeral marks and shapes that speak to the discourse of impermanence, continuing change and the nature of mind. As objects that also symbolize the process of mind, the artist’s rustic representations feature textures and tones that suggest both archaeology and landscape.” - Jill O’Connor - curator, editor and founder of AS/Studios New York,2016