Girl and Shawl, India by Lisa Kristine

Girl and Shawl, India

Theravada Buddhism is the predominant religion of ethnic Khmer, representing 90 percent of the Cambodian population. Women are not ordained, but older women, especially widows, can become nuns. They live in wats, or temples, shave their heads and eyebrows, and generally follow the same precepts as monks.
ITEM #: LKP008
Licensing: Available Inquire
 
Print sizeType of PrintEdition of 
20 x 24 inchesArchival pigment on paperxLimitedInquire
30 x 40 inchesArchival pigment on paperxLimitedInquire
Morani in Red, Turkana Turmi Clay, Ethiopia  Lines, Papau New Guinea