Please select a gallery below to view artwork within that gallery :
Buddhas and Bodhisattvas
Compositions of Enlightened Buddhas, male Bodhisattvas, Gurus and Tantric Emanations currently available as Giclee prints.
Goddesses and Dakinis
Compositions of female bodhisattvas and dakinis currently available as Giclee prints.
Merit Fields & Assemblies
Refuge Tree or Merit Field assemblies of the Gelugpa, Karma Kagyu, and Dudjom Tersar Traditions; The Hundred Peaceful and Wrathful Deities; The Eight Manifestations of Padmasambhava; and the Thirteen Deities of the Japanese Shingon Tradition.
Yidam and Wrathful Deities
Semi-wrathful and wrathful male and female tantric Yidam deities, Protector deities, and Warrior deities, who are often accompanied by their mandala or retinue of directional and subsidiary deities.
Mandalas and Diagrams
Two-dimensional geometric mandalas of Jnanadakini, Akshobhyavajra-Guhyasamaja, Sarvavid Vairocana, and the Sixteen Arhats. Also included are the Wheel of Life, and two diagrams illustrating the cosmology of the Kalachakra Tantra system.
Gold on Black Thangkas
Gold on Black Thangkas (Nag Thang) of Yidam and Protector Deities, using gold outline and shading with minimal use of colour. Paintings currently available as Giclee Prints.
Newar Tantric Art
Newar Buddhist compositions of female Bodhisattvas and Tantric Goddesses currently available as Giclee prints.
Compositions of Buddhas, male Bodhisattvas and Tantric Newar deities currently available as Giclee prints.
Newar compositions of mainly Shaivite-related Hindu gods and goddesses currently available as Giclee prints.
Compositions of some powerful and semi-wrathful Tantric Hindu and Buddhist goddesses of the Newar Traditions.
Mandalas and Yantras
Two-dimensional Newar Buddhist mandalas of Hevajra and Chakrasamvara; the Kundalini Yoga Chakra Diagram; Shri Yantra; and the Mask of Bhairava.
Digital Art Prints
A3 Digital Art Prints
A new series of fourteen A3 size Digital Art Prints of Tibetan and Newar deities produced in November 2012, with a full iconographic description given on the back of each print. A3 size (16.5 x 11.7 inches: 420 x 297 mm)
A4 Digitial Art Prints
A new series of twelve A4 size Digital Art Prints of Tibetan and Newar deities produced in November 2012, with a full iconographic description given on the back of each print. A4 size (11.7 x 8.3 inches: 297 x 210 mm)
John Miles Art
John Miles Paintings
This print gallery is devoted to some of the extraordinary visionary mandala and 'Synaesthesia' paintings of John F.B. Miles (1944-97), whose currently stored yet extensive body of work certainly merits greater public recognition. Although still little known, John was my main artistic mentor, lifelong friend, and the most passionate, intelligent, dedicated and talented painter I ever knew. From John's handwritten journals I have extracted various entries that reveal something of his own unique creative process or 'Life Force', and these appear in the Blog section of this website. Read Extracts from the Journals of John F. B. Miles.
Postcards and Posters
Postcards (Minimum Order 6 Mixed Cards)
A selection of sixty-eight laminated 6 x 4 inch (152 x 108 mm) postcards of many popular Buddhist deities, most of which have descriptions on their reverse sides.
Large Format Postcards
A selection of eight large format deity and mandala postcards with descriptions on their reverse sides, and four large 8 x 6 inch (204 x 152 mm) postcards of paintings by John Miles.
A selection of six A3 size (420 x 297 mm) and two A2 size (594 x 420 mm) colour litho prints or posters, with the Wheel of Life having a description on its reverse side.
B / W Notecards (Set of 13)
A set of fourteen black and white notecards with line-drawings by Robert Beer, which depict some of the most important Indian and Tibetan Buddhist lineage holders and gurus. The notecards are blank inside and are supplied with envelopes, and on the back of each card is a short biography of the lineage master depicted.
This Gallery features Robert Beer's two most important illustrated books, the "Encyclopedia of Tibetan Symbols and Motifs", and the "Handbook of Tibetan Buddhist Symbols", both of which contain a wealth of accurate information and detailed line drawings by the author. The hardback edition of the Encyclopedia is now in its seventh reprint, and is widely regarded as the classic text on the symbolism of Indian and Tibetan Buddhist iconography.
Paintings for Sale
Paintings include: Acala (Fudo Myo): Samantabhadra (Fugen Bosatsu): Seated and Standing Avalokiteshvara (Kannon): Kuan Yin: Vairocana, Manjushri and Samantabhadra.