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Padmapani. Thanka Wood Print featuring the tapestry - textile Padmapani by Leslie Rinchen-Wongmo
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9.38" x 16.00"

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9.38" x 16.00"

 

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Padmapani Wood Print

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Padmapani wood print by Leslie Rinchen-Wongmo.   Bring your artwork to life with the texture and added depth of a wood print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 3/4" thick maple wood. There are D-clips on the back of the print for mounting it to your wall using mounting hooks and nails (included).

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2 - 3 business days

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Atlanta, GA

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Congratulations on your sale, Leslie! Gorgeous work, well done!!!

Congratulations. Joni

congrats on your sale

Thanks! I hope the image will bring joy to the person who's chosen it.

Another super work

Yes, David, all stitched. But not all embroidered. The facial features, fingernails, and jewels are embroidered with thread. Other elements are assembled of various pieces of silk, outlined with silk-wrapped horsehair cords, and stitched together by hand. It's a kind of mosaic of silk. I don't know how much patience I have, but I always say that doing something you love doesn't require patience! All the best to you, Leslie

This is awesome! You do incredible work. This is all stitched? Like embroidered? Very nice. You have way more patience than I do.

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Bring your artwork to life with the texture and depth of a wood print.   Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 3/4" thick maple wood.

All wood prints ship within 3 - 4 business days and arrive "ready to hang" with mounting hooks and nails.

Wood prints are extremely durable and add a rustic feel to any image.

For additional product photos and information, visit our wood prints product page.

Wood Print Reviews (182)

Average Rating (4.86 Stars):

August 15th, 2018

Good Evening, It is August 15, 2018 and I have yet to receive this item. I am still very interested in seeing this great picture and wanted to order a picture of Mohawk Ironworkers working in New York City. My address is 403A Forest Avenue, Orillia, Ontario Canada, Postal Code: L3V3Z2. Please track order. Thank You Steven Koptie

August 15th, 2018

I love it!!

August 15th, 2018

Bought for a fellow Navy veteran. He was beyond pleased, and so am I. Being able to choose such a unique mounting made the gift even "giftier" since it's so unique. Thanks - very pleased.

August 12th, 2018

Sadly didn't turn out as nice as I had hoped. The picture is printed faintly and is hard to see well. Shipping and packaging was good.

August 7th, 2018

Perfect picture for office st work!

August 6th, 2018

I know the photographer and have a print of the original photo. I love the photo and the wood block - but not together. The photograph reproduced on the wood block lost saturation, vibrancy, sharpness. Very disappointing. I had to return it.

Artist's Description

Among the many forms of Avalokiteshvara, this two-armed, single-faced form called Padmapani is probably the oldest. Avalokiteshvara is the embodiment of all the buddhas� infinite compassion. During the Buddha Shakyamuni�s life, he manifested as one of the Buddha�s major bodhisattva disciples and played an important role in many of the Buddha�s discourses, including the Heart Sutra in which he explains how a bodhisattva gains direct insight into the ultimate nature of reality. Avalokiteshvara in the form of Padmapani is often seen in thangkas of Buddha Shakyamuni, flanking the Buddha�s throne opposite another boddhisattva, either Manjushri or Vajrapani. This figure is also often depicted in sculptures. Rarely is it seen alone in a thangka like this one. Padmapani means lotus-in-hand, and his left hand holds the stalk of the lotus. The right hand, opening outward, is lowered in a gesture of granting favors, which also indicates his readiness to help. D...

About Leslie Rinchen-Wongmo

Leslie Rinchen-Wongmo

Leslie Rinchen-Wongmo, a Californian who has lived in many places, creates lively stitched silk images. She developed her skill in four years of apprenticeship to Tibetan craftsmen in India and is one of few non-Tibetans to have mastered their traditional textile art. Leslie has always loved working with fabric and colors as well as working on herself, so it gives her great pleasure to be able to create inspiring images of personal transformation from pieces of colorful fabrics. All the better when those images also inspire others! She studied design at the University of California in Santa Cruz and continues to broaden her education with art and textile studies in California and Europe. She is a member of the American Craft...

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