Paula Arai introduces us to the world of Tsuneo Iwasaki, who discovered a world of practice in giving (actual) shape to the “Heart Sutra.”
With her empowered imagery, she’s connected many to the divine feminine. Andrea Miller profiles the Japanese American visionary Mayumi Oda.
The new documentary film “Carving the Divine” offers a rare look at the lives and artistic process of traditional Japanese wood carvers.
The British Library showcases masterworks of Buddhist printing in a new exhibition that explores how Buddhism spread across Asia through the centuries.
As owner of a sacred object, we’re obliged to preserve its power for future generations, says art conservator Ann Shaftel.
The statues, which were likely stolen in 2001, were intercepted while being smuggled into the United Kingdom in 2002.
Andrea Miller visits the ancient artistic wonder in India known as the Ajanta Caves.
The interactive exhibition, based on the Buddhist figures Padmasambhava and Maitreya, takes traditional Buddhist imagery in radical new directions.
When Diana Reynolds Roome brought home a thangka of Manjushri from Nepal she wondered, “How could I bring this great bodhisattva into my humdrum existence?”
The Buddha was carved from a massive high-quality jade boulder unearthed in Canada in 2000.