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BCA Art Exhibit 2021

Welcome to our first ever BCA Virtual Art Exhibit!!  We are very happy to have you here.  This event will run September 19 – 26, the length of our week long Ohigan observance.  You are invited to stroll through our galleries more than once and with different friends to enjoy the efforts of our talented Sangha members.  


Art is not entertainment.  Art is expression and communication.  We are opened to a world beyond words.  Art gives voice to body and heart.  It is a voice that is usually asked or relegated to defer to the brain.  We are allowed to share in intimate dialogue and to glimpse connection to the infinite.  Intimate yet infinite is the realm of the Nembutsu.  We are provided access to expressions of sacred space and connected spirit.  It is our hope that you can come to appreciate these vibrant expressions of self.  Enjoy your visit.


Rev. Joshin Dennis Fujimoto

Buddhist Temple of Alameda

Enmanji Buddhist Temple

Welcome Message

This project was born from an idea to showcase all of the amazing art created by our Sangha community.  Art is a way to share our stories, emotions, and creativity.  There are no boundaries or limitations.  Art can be profoundly personal, yet at the same time universal.


I am so grateful to all of the artists who shared their amazing work.  I hope you all take the time to embrace, enjoy, and feel the emotion from all of the pieces you see in this exhibit.  As you click on a specific art piece, use the arrows to move to the next image, or review a previous one.  Thank you for visiting, and please encourage all of your friends to visit this amazing collection of art from our Sangha family. 


And a special thank you Reverend Dennis Fujimoto for being the inspiration behind this event.  Please feel free to email me if you have any questions EMAIL.


Koichi Mizushima

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