<center>Compassion (2009) 60"x39"<br/>(printed dimensions variable)</center></br>This artwork, based on the Thousand-Arm Buddha of Compassion, recalls how the Buddha aspired to free mankind from suffering. He failed, and his body broke into a thousand pieces, regenerating into a thousand arms. Although the painting reflects Buddhist iconography, it has universal resonance. Lifes suffering can be reduced when one emulates a compassionate God  by extending ones arm to help another and uniting for the common good. </em><br/></center><a href="/gallery.html?folio=Details%20II&sortNumber=1&gallery=Compassion&skipno=0&loadedNumber=0" target="_parent">click for detail images</a></center>

Compassion (2009) 60"x39"
(printed dimensions variable)

This artwork, based on the Thousand-Arm Buddha of Compassion, recalls how the Buddha aspired to free mankind from suffering. He failed, and his body broke into a thousand pieces, regenerating into a thousand arms. Although the painting reflects Buddhist iconography, it has universal resonance. Lifes suffering can be reduced when one emulates a compassionate God  by extending ones arm to help another and uniting for the common good.
click for detail images