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Tibetan thanka, meditating Buddha

Thangka painting is a uniquely Himalayan Art that attained classical levels in the Tibetan tradition between the and centuries. Its origins lie in Indian Buddhist art, but Nepalese, Chinese, and Kashmiri styles have also influenced its development.

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Century Mongolian distemper with highlights of gold, depicting Shakyamuni flanked by Chenrezig and Manjushri. Source and copyright owner: Tibetan Museum Society

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"...Anuttara Yoga Tantra, the highest Tantra. There are 21 Taras, so it is a name that refers to each one.The main characteristic of Arya Tara - Noble Tara - is that she is a Buddha who in earlier times promised to always be born in the pure form of a female body in order to help living beings reach enlightenment. There are many outer and inner impediments that practitioners encounter, so Arya Tara manifests in order to eliminate hindrances and obstacles..." ~ Chöje Lama Phuntsok

"...Anuttara Yoga Tantra, the highest Tantra. There are 21 Taras, so it is a name that refers to each one.The main characteristic of Arya Tara - Noble Tara - is that she is a Buddha who in earlier times promised to always be born in the pure form of a female body in order to help living beings reach enlightenment. There are many outer and inner impediments that practitioners encounter, so Arya Tara manifests in order to eliminate hindrances and obstacles..." ~ Chöje Lama Phuntsok

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The Crow Collection of Asian Art Museum: 'What is Tibetan Art?: Selections from the Rubin Museum of Art' Exhibition Dallas, TX)

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"Health is the greatest gift, contentment is the greatest wealth." ~ The Buddha ॐ lis buddha paintings on canvas

Buddhist Deities-Buddhist Gods Each of the deities here represents a unique spiritual personality or essence.

What dreams may come...I really liked the movie, although it had some dark moments, it also had brilliance.

A number of times people ask if I've ever seen the movie "What Dreams May Come". They say the colors in the movie remind them alot of my paintings. I did this painting thinking of that dream and did a person standing close to the tree.

Central Tibet, Painted Banner (Thangka) with the Medicine Buddha (Bhaishajyaguru), 14th century, Pigment on cloth, Kate S. Buckingham Fund, The Art Institute of Chicago (Image No. 00039126-01)

Central Tibet, Painted Banner (Thangka) with the Medicine Buddha (Bhaishajyaguru), 14th century, Pigment on cloth, Kate S. Buckingham Fund, The Art Institute of Chicago (Image No. 00039126-01)

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