A part of our studio pottery collection, the Becoming Buddha is a representation of Lord Buddha. This sculpture symbolises the time he is leaving away his material world and attaining nirvana. The gold symbolises His form as Prince Siddhartha and the blue is symbolic of the peace he’s achieving while reforming into Gautama Buddha. The gold used to highlight this sculpture is 16 carat gold plating.
The art of studio pottery is all about the artisans skill with their hands, the becoming buddha is one such masterpiece. What’s unique about studio pottery is that it is crafted one piece at a time, hence this piece can never be replicated.
We recommend placing this piece as a focal point on a console or a niche.
The best way to display sculptures is giving them breathing room, by which we mean is, enough light and room around them to appreciate their beauty. Sculptures are essential art that is not flat. Sculptural objects do what paintings can’t by giving that third dimension. They have a richness of shadowing, and give a room visual relief.
In home decor, sculptures are a great way to express personal style and to display forms that fit one’s personality. Sculptures are not limited to the classical styles. Options include modern, whimsical, realist and minimalist works that artists have created and that one can feature in your home as focal points and accents. Blending modern with classical is common