Shakyamuni Buddha floats in sublime space accompanied by conch offering. The conch is a traditional Buddhist offering that represents pure Truth, wisdom, and clarity.
TITLE: Shakyamuni Buddha with Conch
ARTIST: Karma Phuntsok
• Fine Art Card: Made to order using an artist-grade, linen embossed paper.
• Canvas Print: These are ready-to-hang, made on archival artist-grade canvas that is hand-stretched on a .75" inch deep, sustainable, non-warping wood frame.
PRINT AND SHIPPING:
All prints are made to order using the finest-quality archival pigment inks (UV and fade-resistant)
Canvas Giclée Prints take 5-10 business days to create.
Fine Art Cards take 1-3 days.
*Please note that during COVID 19, both printing and shipping have been prone to unexpected delays. 🙏 🙏 🙏
Free shipping in the U.S. (48 contiguous states only).
• 6x9" Fine Art Card
• 12x18" Canvas Giclée
Larger sizes available by request.
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Karma Phuntsok is a pioneer of Tibetan contemporary art and one of the few Tibetan artists who directly experienced the Chinese invasion of Tibet in 1959. After escaping to India, Karma studied traditional Tibetan thangka painting for several years. In the 1970's, he began to explore new techniques and materials, interweaving modern with traditional symbols. Karma's paintings are now held in public and private collections around the world. As one of today's most influential artists, Karma has also paved the way for others, both Tibetan and non-Tibetan, seeking new ways to combine traditional Tibetan iconography with contemporary work.
3-10 business days
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Ship items back to me within: 30 days of delivery
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