Srin Mo is the pre-Buddhist Goddess or protective deity of Tibet. It’s believed that she’s laying on her back, crucified. According to legend, Buddhist temples were built on her wrists and ankles.
The painting shows parts of her body on the canvas (breasts, stomach, and thighs) covering mountains, forest, and a lake. The rest of her body (head/face and lower legs) is painted right on the wall.
2016, Oil Paint on Canvas, 30×30 cm
in total: 82×93 cm