A book of twelve exquisite line drawings of some of the most famous figures from Tibetan iconography. Shakyamuni Buddha, Chenrezig, Tara, Manjushri, and others are presented, together with scenes selected from their stories and explanation of their meaning. Detailed guidance is provided by the artists. A fine and fun learning and practice tool. For all ages.
|Publisher:||Wisdom Publications MA|
|Product dimensions:||9.75(w) x 13.25(h) x 0.30(d)|
|Age Range:||2 - 14 Years|
About the Author
Andy Weber spent seven years in India and Nepal studying the art of Tibetan Buddhism. His work has appeared throughtout the world in numerous exhibitions and Buddhist publications.
Nigel Wellings is a psychoanalytic psychotherapist who works within a contemplative perspective. A former director of training at the Centre for Transpersonal Psychology and a founding member of the Forum for Contemplative Studies, he is also the author, with Elizabeth McCormick, of Nothing to Lose: Buddhism and Living Life.
Jonathan Landaw was born in New Jersey and has traveled the world since 1970. He spent six years living in northern India studying Tibetan Buddhism and is the editor and author of a number of Buddhist books, including Wisdom Energy, Introduction to Tantra, and Buddhism for Dummies. He lives in Santa Cruz, California.