"The Triumph of Compassion"
Quan Yin, the bodhisattva of mercy and compassion, sits in meditation upon a green dragon, which is gradually formed out of the curtains of the aurora. In riding the dragon, the Buddhist Goddess represents the aspect of bravery that compassion and mercy often involve when they come up against the cruelty and violence of the dragon nature. The full moon is a further symbol of the Divine Feminine at work. Offered as a handcrafted pendant from artwork by Oregon Artist Laura Milnor Iverson.
Pendant size: 3/4″ x 1 1/8″ or 20 x 30mm (not including the bail, which is the loop that fits over the cord).
Material: Archival print topped with glass. For the setting, antique silver finish on zinc alloy.
The following necklace types are available:
* A 20″ black cotton cord necklace, closing with a hook and eye clasp (unisex). This is the one shown in the photos.
* Multi-strand black ribbon necklace, which adjusts from approximately 16 1/2 - 18", closing with a lobster claw.
* 24" silver plated ball chain (unisex).
Please note that this wearable art is not waterproof.
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Standard Artist's Disclaimer: Every attempt has been made to portray the colors of this artwork accurately. Colors vary on different monitors, however.