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About the author 

 

Meher McArthur is an Asian art curator, writer, and educator based in Los Angeles. She has curated over 20 exhibitions on aspects of Asian art for museums and galleries in the United States. Her publications include Reading Buddhist Art: An Illustrated Guide to Buddhist Signs and Symbols (Thames & Hudson, 2002), The Arts of Asia: Materials, Techniques, Styles (Thames & Hudson, 2005), and Confucius: A Biography (Quercus, London, 2010; Pegasus Books, New York, 2011), Folding Paper: The Infinite Possibilities of Origami (with Robert J. Lang, Tuttle, 2012) and New Expressions in Origami Art (Tuttle, 2017). She also wrote the children's book An ABC of What Art Can Be (The Getty, 2010).

 

Buddhist Art is published monthly.

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Expressions of Life and Light by Artist Seta Manoukian
Lebanese-Armenian artist brings to life emotion and experience
Uploaded 16 Apr 2019
Tara: A Powerful Feminine Force in the Buddhist Pantheon
Exquisite and potent representations of female spirituality
Uploaded 20 Mar 2019
Lotusland: Where Nature and Spiritual Growth Intersect
An exquisite oasis inspired by the beauty and profundity of Buddhism
Uploaded 19 Feb 2019
The Monks and Mandalas of Ato Sengai
Celebrating a talented but little-known Japanese Buddhist monk-artist
Uploaded 16 Jan 2019
Guanyin and the Filial Parrot: An Emperor's Golden Offering
The story of the Guanyin, Bodhisattva of Compassionpainting, part of the Scripps College collection
Uploaded 19 Dec 2018
Buddhist Sensibilities in the Printmaking of Ayomi Yoshida
A contemporary approach to Japanese woodblock prints
Uploaded 15 Nov 2018
Mandalas with a Mission: The Touring Monks of the Ngari Institute in Ladakh
Sharing compassion and the Buddhadharma
Uploaded 16 Oct 2018
The Universe in a Dot of Paint: The Buddhist Imagery of Sherab Khandro
Pointillist expressions of a spiritual practice
Uploaded 19 Sep 2018
Shigaraki Ware: A Ceramic Tradition Shaped by Hands and Buddhism
Expressions of austerity, spontaneity, and simplicity
Uploaded 13 Aug 2018
<i>Kesa</i>: Robes of Patched Perfection
The symbolism behind the patchwork robes of Japanese Buddhist priests
Uploaded 18 Jul 2018
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