Sitting Buddha can be Shakyamuni, a host of Tibetan deities,
but I am including the female Buddha above.
I love her peaceful face and head; she looks like she is dressed in bright silks.
These and others were created as I was sitting with pain.
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Out of your pain a touching image emerged. Inspiring to see a female Buddha. Thank you for posting this, Katie.
Thank you. She just came — I was setting out to draw Shakyamuni, and then she was so feminine.