Stacks Image 50435

a Lightworks blog

Stacks Image 50425

scroll right to the bottom of the page
to find the post you've clicked on!

Stacks Image 50529

William Blake's flowers
An illuminated etching inspired
by a dream of a drawing by
Blake with this name

Stacks Image 50449

Golden rosy cross
A rosy cross made from
Venetian Murano glass,
millefiore and 24 carat gold

Stacks Image 50454

Holy Mountain
An illuminated Kalachakra
porcelain mountain overlooked
by Padmasambhava

Stacks Image 50459

Dreaming Lilies
A fused glass inclusion of
Pilea Peperomioides

Stacks Image 50464

the sun never says to the moon
a little sketch of a beloved Hāfiz
poem about unconditional love :)

Stacks Image 50493

The sacred flame fed by music
The creative potential of humanity to
be a force for good in the world

Stacks Image 50498

wishes fulfilled
by the jewelled wind horse,
well-loved as a for its power
to bring blessings and good fortune

Stacks Image 50503

porcelain Padmasambhava
Also known as ‘Guru Rinpoche’,
the image of this Tantric adept is
a potent symbol of awakened mind.

Stacks Image 50508

Wind Horse, River Horse
A cast glass Wind Horse,
revered for its auspicious qualities.

Stacks Image 50470

yarrow spirit
A fused gass
inclusion

Stacks Image 50480

sunflower
A CD cover for Amp
from back in the day

Stacks Image 50475

Healing power of the Ancient Ones
A cast glass piece inspired by the
mystical land of Shambhala.

Stacks Image 50485

running, flying
A wee porcelain commission
featuring two flying dogs :)

    tiny shrine

    This morning's Lightwork is a tiny shrine of Padmasamhava.

    Also known as ‘Guru Rinpoche’, this Tantric adept from India played a central rôle in bringing Buddhism to Tibet in the eighth century.

    His image is a potent symbol of awakened mind.

    His image was pressed into porcelain from an antique Tibetan prayer flag woodblock, and raku-glazed.


    The base is carved sandstone, river-worn by the White Esk (on which sandstone is surprisingly rare).

    A handmade beeswax candle included ~ and the cavity also fits a nightlight candle.




    The underside is signed with a sun and a moon...


    The porcelain is 18cm high. Overall, the tiny shrine is 22cm high and 14cm wide.




    You can buy it here :)


    Show more posts

    Stacks Image 50102
    Stacks Image 50429



    © shenpen chökyi 2013