"when we are experiencing nonverbally we are walking the razor's edge - we are the present moment. When we walk the edge the agonizing states of separateness are pulled together, and we experience perhaps not happiness but joy. Understanding the razor's edge (and not just understanding it, but doing it) is what Zen practice is. The reason its difficult is that we don't want to do it. We know we don't want to do it. We want to escape from it."
"When we walk the razor's edge we're not important; we're no-self, embedded in life. This we fear - even though life as no-self is pure joy"
Community Printmakers Murwillumbah (CPM) had simple beginnings in an artist's garage in the rolling hills of the Tweed Valley in Northern NSW. It's earliest aim was to provide a meeting place for isolated regional artist's. That aim has evolved over the years into an ethos that is identified by a generosity of spirit, with an emphasis on supportive partnerships for personal and creative growth.