Green Tara (Sanskrit; Shyamatara) was believed to be incarnated as princess in Nepal. She is considered by some
to be the original Tara and female consort of Amoghasiddhi. One of the self-born Buddhas, she is generally shown seated on a lotus throne with her right leg extended, ready to spring into action to help people, wearing the ornaments of bodhisattva and holding the closed blue lotus (utpala).
Title: Green Tara
Exhibited In: Healing with Happiness
Price: Price on Request
Artwork Code: HWH79
Born 1994, from Sarpang
I got interested in art at the age of seven thanks to my mother who never failed to inspire me with her artworks. School was another platform where my love for art grew. I would take part in all the art competitions or any art related activities.
After high school, I heard about VAST Bhutan and was determined to be a part of this special place. So I left my hometown and came to the capital and on a pleasant evening in August 2016, I became a member and I have never looked back since. Today, I am very fortunate to learn from the pioneers of modern art in Bhutan.
I have become more confident in using water colours, acrylic, oil pastels and digital art. The subject that interests me most is showcased on the canvas which mostly consists of love, beauty, inner power and dreams. I mostly visualize and focus on the unseen within the ordinary.
It gives me real pride and joy to be called an artist and to be appreciated for doing the things that I love.