We are pleased to have Christine “Onga” Dehlinger in the Discourse on Love show!
It was amazing, having booked Onga through Artery, we later discovered that her daughter, Emma Dehlinger, had also agreed to be a part of it!
They have created a collaborative piece for the exhibition at Absolutely Art in addition to their individual contributions. 🙂
“This piece represents the consciousness that we are not separate beings, but that we are one, Love.
“Tat tvam asi” means “thou art that.” It is a Sanskrit sentence found in the Upanishads of Hinduism which expresses the relationship between the individual and the Divine. It refers to our experience of identity with Brahman — the unchanging reality amidst and beyond the world.
Our love of our neighbor is nothing but the love of the Divine which is expressed in ourselves as well as our fellow humans.”
Please explore her work here and come to the opening reception at Absolutely Art on Friday, June 6 from 5-9.