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Kwan Yins Garden is a painting by Dina Dargo which was uploaded on May 25th, 2010.
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Kwan Yin, the goddess of eternal compassion, holds a lotus(symbol of enlightenment) with her hand outstretched toward a deer and 2 birds flying... more
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Kwan Yins Garden
Painting - Acrylic On Canvas
Kwan Yin, the goddess of eternal compassion, holds a lotus(symbol of enlightenment) with her hand outstretched toward a deer and 2 birds flying overhead.
May 25th, 2010
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The way you show the light of Quan Yin is captivating. I will have this on my wall.
Thank you for sharing your talents with the world.
Very Nice work. Congrats on your sale.
Nadine and Bob Johnston
Beautiful piece of work, one of my - FAVORITES. . . You are invited to join FAA - ARTIST NEWS group.
We publish an Internet publication. IF when read the rules, and like the idea.
You can join and Submit this it and other Paintings, to the "Artist News" group..,,,
Would publish this in The ARTIST NEWS, along with our other Artists next Monday :-) . . . . .
Anyone can Just Highlight this link - - - - http://bit.ly/RVPlpf - Use Ctl-C to copy and Ctl-V to see ARTISTS NEWS- - - -
Dina Congrats on your sale. this is simply Beautiful. v
Jane Eleanor Nicholas
Congratulations. Truly lovely.
Congrats on your sale!!!
Exotic and lovely .
congrats on your sale
One of the best I have seen with acrylic on canvas, Dina! This is so magnificently done and so appealing to the senses! Love it!
Wonderful spiritual art! Bravo!
Beautiful piece of art. I love the tones, the flow of the curves and the message it conveys. Can't stop looking at it :)
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