PZI Teacher Archives
There are 56 pieces here.
Artist: Courtney Keeler
Courtney Keeler’s artworks on paper.
Artist: Gina Fiedel
Gina Fiedel’s oil paint artworks on wood.
Artist Dennis Peak
Dennis Peak lives and works in his studio in the Carmel Valley, CA.
Artist: Michael Hofmann
PZI member Michael Hofmann paints and sculpts in his Forestville, CA studio. He has exhibited work in Japan and locally. Michael has taught Sumi-e (Japanese ink painting) workshops to groups at PZI, and his art and calligraphy grace our zendos in sesshin.
Interdisciplinary Artist: Corey Hitchcock
PZI Member and WebAdmin, and Interpreter of the Wild Corey Hitchcock is a painter, installation artist, and writer. She lives and works in her studio in Penn Valley, CA.
Artist: Allison Atwill Roshi
Allison Atwill Roshi became PZI Art Sensei in 2007. She paints and teaches Zen in Santa Rosa, CA. Here you will find a sample of her works in mixed media on wooden panels. Sizes and titles listed below.
Artist: Lonnie Rankin
Here you will find a selection of drawings from painter and PZI member Lonnie Rankin. She makes her art in Santa Fe.
Artwork: Then Make a Raft
PZI Art: ‘Then Make a Raft’ Corey Hitchcock 2020, Painting mixed media on paper 47″ x 27.5″
Artist: Piper Leigh
Santa Fe, NM Artist Piper Leigh’s work is interdisciplinary. She writes poetry and creates installations – Images are from an installation: Ancestors, Mothers & Muses courtesy of artist Piper Leigh.
Artwork: Infinite Elephant
Art: Infinite Elephant – Ellen Van Fleet, artist, mixed media on paper.
Distant Temple Bell
PZI Art: Ellen Van Fleet, Artist – Temple Bell, mixed media on paper.
All For You
Art: Ellen Van Fleet, artist, mixed media on paper.
Artwork: Sumi-e Collage
PZI Zen- Artwork,collage, ink on paper by Michael Hofmann.
Artwork: Save a Ghost!
PZI Zen – Save a Ghost! is the title. Acrylic painting on canvas by Michael Hofmann.
Painting – Deep in Jumbled Mountains
Painting – Deep in Jumbled Mountains – August 2020, Corey Hitchcock. Mixed media on paper – 47″x27.5″
Yunmen’s One Treasure – Images from Cosmic Lantern Workshop in Santa Fe with Corey Hithchock
Artwork: Body sized Cosmic Lanterns – a visual response to Yunmen’s One treasure. Santa Fe, NM Spring, 2018.
New Table of Non-Periodic Elements
After you have died and the elements of your body have separated into earth, water, air and fire, where will you go?
One Hundred Foot Pole
Allison Atwill, “One Hundred Foot Pole,” 2008. Acrylic and silver leaf on wood box, 4″ x 8″ x 12″.