Buddhist Statues

Buddhist Statues

Statues from the Buddhist tradition

Unity in duality is a central theme in Buddhism, and our Buddhist statues manifest in tranquil and fierce aspect, as well as male and female form. Often there are multiple heads and arms. Many of our Buddhist statues are based on literature that dates back to the Pala period (750-1060 A.D.)The great variety of Buddhist statues is needed to meet the needs of each devotee. All symbolize aspects of the 'One'.

Buddha Statues
Bodhisattva Statues
Gurus, Dakinis & Yab-yums
Animal Statues