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Quan Yin With Lotus


This gentle, sweet Japanese style Quan Yin (Kannon), holds a lotus flower, a symbol for the purity of the Enlightened Mind. Carved in the style on Enku, the famous Japanese monk and sculptor, although a touch more detailed.

From Bentawas wood, a light, sustainable harvested wood. Unsanded showing the marks of the carver and unfinished so you hold the natural feel of the wood in your hand. Approximately 5" tall. Gift bag included. A perfect gift or for you home, altar, work desk, or to travel with you.
Brought to us by our friend Victoria at the Garden of Buddhas Statuary. Victoria has this to say about one of the artists:

"I am very grateful to be able to work with Anom. He has a wonderful energy himself and a deep spiritual core that manifests in how he takes care of everything and everyone around him, and it comes through in his carving. I keep one of his statues in my office. When I feel stressed I take the time to look at it and I remember the feeling of deep calm that is always available to us at our core. There is a word here – halus – which means refined, dignified, excellent character, and quality. And Anom is halus in the best sense of the word. His life is simple in material things and rich in quality."

Price: $50.00