Thursday, December 11, 2014

ComposiMold Used to Make Incredible Molds for Buddhist Temple

When we say ComposiMold is an innovative mold making material that our customers use for projects we can't even dream of ourselves...we mean it!


ComposiMold is now being implemented in one of the most unique and breathtaking ways yet! Our friend Dan Curtis informed us of an very unique project taking place in New York. Dan is the contractor for the renovation of a Buddhist Temple!

Mr. Youngdrung, an artist who created all the ornamentation for a Buddhist commemorative monument in another part of New York is now lending his talent to decorate the shrine room at Kunzang Palchen Ling. Kunzang Palchen Ling is a Buddhist temple offering many classes and practice sessions for those who want to learn about Buddhism and Buddhist meditation practices. Assisted by Wendy Harding, Lama Tratop, and Bardor Tulku Rinpoche himself, Mr. Youngdrung has been making ComposiMold molds for the columns and beams for the main shrine room of this temple.

A little west of the Village of Red Hook, New York, sits KuzangPalchen Ling (KPL).

A little west of the Village of Red Hook, New York, sits KuzangPalchen Ling (KPL).
The 3rd Bardor Tulku Rinpoche is the founder and spiritual director of Kunzang Palchen Ling. He's also getting involved with the artistic process of beautifying the temple.








 Beautiful painted plaster castings made from ComposiMold molds for the columns and beams for the main shrine room.
Mr. Youngdrung's team mindfully painting the columns.
Mr. Youngdrung's team mindfully painting the columns.
Set in a quiet and green neighborhood, KPL is shielded from the traffic of the nearby road, while its proximity to the main road provides quick access to the center. The center is open to the public during practice session times, retreats or teaching programs. To contact the temple to either visit or make a tax-deductible donation, please call Lila at 845-757-5571 or email info@kunzang.org

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