Friday, October 8, 2010 , Updated 11:23 a.m., October 8, 2010
Photo gallery UPDATED with video: Tibetan monks create sand artwork at the Crow Collection in Dallas
The monks create an Akshobhya mandala, symbolizing the wish for peace.
The Tibetan monks who visited the Trammel & Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art in Dallas this week trained for seven years to make their sacred art. Sand is applied to the artwork by filling a metal funnel, and millions of grains of sand are meticulously added by time the artwork was finished.
And here's video:
Tibetan monks at the Crow Museum
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