Painted using traditional mineral paints, this is an example of a 'mar thang' or red thangka, depicting Amitayus (eternal life)  The Buddha of the Future, painted in silver, with details burnished on. I painted this thangka in the style of the 11th Century for a monastery in Purang Depicting the tibetan saint, Milarepa The deity who represents purification of sins. One of my original works from the 1997 exhibition, this thangka depicts the eight manifestations of Guru Rinpoche (Padmasambhava) Painted in 1996, this thangka represents universal harmony.  The Kalachakra teachings are often referred to as those for 'world peace' A black thangka of the wrathful manifestation of compassion. Dolkar in Tibetan, she represents compassion and long life. The Buddha of our present age, Sakyamuni is the historic figure of Prince Siddharta, who is seen here attaining enlightenment at the end of his long quest for truth under the Bodhi tree Embodiment of compassion, here painted in the ser thang style (gold thangka) and burnished with details Embodiment of longlife and wealth, my most recent, painted in 2014. Embodiment of purification, here painted in the ser thang style (gold thangka) and burnished with details Responsible for bringing Vajrayana Buddhism to Tibet in the 8th century.

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