Happy humpday all 🎉 This is my last available bluebell woods painting as they've proved really popular! 😊 It's A4 and framed as in the picture if you swipe right 👉 Available from my NuMonday shop (#linkinbio )
I still have time for a small commission before Christmas if you've had your eye on something that has been snapped up already 🎁
(English at the bottom)
Los urdish cualquiera, el pueblo, la gente común y corriente. Todos van al gran mercado de Markash a comprar las mercancías que necesitan para su vida cotidiana.
The ordinary urdish, the people, the common and unremarkable ones. They all go to the great market of Markash to buy the merchandise they need for their daily life.
Season’s Greetings from Oregon!
Did you get your holiday cards yet? It’s not too late! Get in touch to order singles, 5 packs or a 10 pack of these hand lettered Mt. Hood 35mm film cards now. 🏔🌲💚
Or visit the Etsy Shop- link in bio.
10% of direct print and stationary sales go to @naya_pdx through December.
Hand Lettering by @the_opposite_of_war
Yab-yum, (Tibetan: “father-mother”), in Buddhist art of India, Nepal, and Tibet, the representation of the male deity in sexual embrace with his female consort. The pose is generally understood to represent the mystical union of the active force, or method (upaya, conceived of as masculine), with wisdom (prajna, conceived of as feminine)—a fusion necessary to overcome the false duality of the world of appearances in the striving toward spiritual Enlightenment. The use of sexual union as a symbol of mystical union evolved from Indian Tantric thought. It was never fully accepted by the Buddhists of China and Japan. Even in Tibet the yab-yum images are not intended for general use but are meant to be viewed only by those who have received proper instruction concerning their esoteric significance
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