New at the artisans’ gallery – photographer Mitchell Doshin Cantor
Mitchell, who is also a Zen teacher and member of the White Plum Asanga, currently leads the Southern Palm Zen Group in Boca Raton, Florida. He is also a long time student of Peter Matthiessen.
Wherever the eye falls
is the face of creation.
– Sufi saying
The study, practice, and teaching of Zen have contributed as much to my photography as has any practical instruction. Fortunately, photographers who were technically rich as well as spiritual masters have guided me. I have received great benefit from their teachings. I now wish to share my photographs so that others can be enthused to trust life and its voices, audible and inaudible, in ways that these teachers have helped open for me.
There is … no need to ask what the image means nor why or how it was taken. For me it is enough to relax into the power of the moment the shutter is pressed or the printer is activated; to have no fear of trusting the truth of that moment.
– Mitchell Doshin Cantor
Mitchell Doshin Cantor at the artisans’ gallery
the radiance of things as they are
4 thoughts on “wherever the eye falls is the face of creation”
Wonderful to see Mitchell’s stunning work here. Welcome to the Artisan’s gallery.
To one’s own imagination, the power of being..