Aase-Hilde Brekke featured i Art Fairs International.


om mani

Om mani pedme hung", © Aase-Hilde Brekke.

Simone Cappa
Oslo based artist and teacher, Aase-Hilde Brekke breaths a deep spirituality into the art world. Working toward being an “impulse to change, creative energy, inspiration, and the flow good ideas” she brings her knowledge of Tibetan yoga into her photos and performance pieces. The Photo “Evig”, meaning Eternal, from her “Mother India” photo series captures the spirituality of the country as people line up to offer prayer. Perfectly capturing the masses enroute on a spiritual shows Brekke’s ability to interlace her spirituality with her art– the toil of humanity as they reach towards the heavens– captured in one single moment in time. “Om mani pedme hung” is the summation of Aase-Hilde Brekke and her project Tara Media, her message, and her art. In every piece, in ever performance and class she teaches “Om mani pedme hung” can be felt behind the scenes– pushing the base instincts and minds towards a change, a change that brings us from what we are to what we all have potential to be. Her art, whether images of Sidhartta’s homeland, moving experiments of light, moments of contemplation and ritual, or perfectly composed black and white photographs, always uplifts the spirit, urging the “mani” (the jewel of the mind) to reach for something more, something beautiful.