Gallery Mondays: Tara

tara deity copper

Last week, I visited the Rubin Museum downtown with Niketa during K2 Lounge Fridays. It was too cool!

I waited for Niketa in the museum’s gift shop, where I ended up acquiring some new post cards for my walls. When she arrived she bought a bracelet and fragrant soap.

After our little shopping spree, we sat down at K2 Lounge and decided to order spicy lamb meatballs and two glasses of Riesling wine. I’d never had lamb before but I actually really liked it.

Meanwhile, DJ Shishi was at the turn table spinning what one visitor claimed to be “remixes of popular Indian music.” He also played some Darius and AlunaGeorge.

In the galleries we discovered these amazing copper sculptures of Buddhist deities. No matter which floor we wound up on, I was drawn to each depiction of Tara in the exhibits. There was just something about her.

The photo of Tara above was made of gilt copper alloy in Nepal. She’s got amazing posture, doesn’t she?

I totally recommend you go see Tara at the Rubin Museum on K2 Lounge Fridays. Admission is free!

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