• Original Zen Drawing Board
  • Original Zen Drawing Board

Buddha Board

Original Zen Drawing Board

$34.95

Details

Zen board for painting fleeting designs. Like an etch-a-sketch for creating beautiful designs with just water and the included brush. 100% recyclable.

  • Includes Reusable Buddha Board, Bamboo Brush, Water Dish that doubles as a stand, and Drip Pads
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Only uses water—no ink, no paint, no chemicals
  • Buddha Board is 100% recyclable
  • Art fades away leaving a blank surface to create again
  • Only water should touch the surface of the board
  • Always "paint" lightly—do not oversaturate the board or immerse in water
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 12" x 9" x 0.15"
  • Weight: 1.9 lbs.

37 Reviews (4.6 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

Amazing

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Purchased for my grandkids, and they love it

5

Outstanding!

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Love this board! It's great for practicing my brushwork before I decorate pottery. It's also an excellent distraction at my desk - I can take...More >

5

Zen

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Great product. Use it to put me in a zenith mood

5

Teaching tool, and Doodle-Moody

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I am learning Japanese calligraphy and this is the best teaching tool without being wasteful to paper use and using a lot of ink. thanks. The...More >

5

What fun

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Bought this for my granddaughter and it is the first thing she grabs when she gets up and the last thing she puts down at night

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About Buddha Board

Create, Reflect, Relax

It can be hard to live in the moment when we’re always juggling tasks, scheduling activities, and playing catch-up. The Buddha Board lets you slow down, let go, and savor the enjoyment of creating.

The inventor is Eric Thrall, who envisioned a way to help people embrace the Zen concept of mindfulness. His drawing board is both a meditative product and a doodling tool. When you paint on the Buddha Board surface with water, the image darkens. As the water evaporates, the artwork slowly fades. What’s left is a blank slate—literally and figuratively. When the water disappears, so do the feelings
and emotions that went into the artwork, leaving the artist with a clear mind, Eric says.

Learning to appreciate change and to value the present is important for all ages. The Buddha Board is a great tool for unleashing creativity without worrying about perfection or permanence. You can create artwork or simply doodle or practice brush strokes. The art may be fleeting, but the enjoyment lingers.
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