Green Tara Tibetan Thangka Female Buddha Goddess of Compassionate Activity Fine Art Giclee Print from Original Art by Kayla Komito

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  • Handmade
  • Materials: ink, paper, giclee, rag paper, archival paper, print, archival ink, acid free rag paper, watercolor

  • Width: 11 inches
  • Height: 14 inches

Here Green Tara is surrounded by Machig Labdron in the lower right, Green Tara in her aspect of Protector from Fire in the lower left and Atisha at the top. Tara appears in the mystical background of Pagosa Hot Springs, Colorado. This thangka was commissioned as a meditational deity for the practice of Green Tara and as an offering to accumulate positive karma by a Buddhist who wanted to protect his community of Pagosa Springs from forest fire. She is revered as the aspect of the Buddha that can transform and open the practitioner's mind to great compassion and with loving kindness, skillful means and wisdom, take that compassion out into the world. This is symbolized by her right leg and foot stepping out of the meditation posture (of White Tara) onto the Lotus footrest and out into the world. This image is an amalgamation of various Green Tara proportional grids and images chosen in working closely with my client to best help him in his visualization process. The painting has a number of local sites and animals, such as raven, coyote, bear and deer, as well as the Pagosa hot springs themselves and the local mountain silhouette.

Giclee of archival inks on acid-free rag paper. Signed, limited edition.

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Kayla and David Komito

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23 shop reviews

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5 out of 5 stars

Beautiful artwork, vibrant colors, excellent packaging, good communication with seller! Thank you!

Margit Fiedler Dec 12, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

got here on time and well/ safely packaged! thanks

israel Dec 15, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

Stunning print of a stunning tangkha. The detail is wonderful, and unlike some tangkhas, the deity has real life and energy. Although it's a print, it's a very high quality giclee on nice paper and frames up beautifully. Thank you!

Derek Armstrong Sep 29, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

Beautiful print with extraordinary detail from a very talented artist. One note for those buying the 16 x 20 print- the image is 16 x 20, but the paper is 20 x 24. Keep that in mind as you shop for a frame.

Tina OG Nov 10, 2020

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