The Lotus Sculpture Community
Lotus Sculpture has been a tight knit community since 2000 when we took our first buying trip to India and started meeting the artisans who are the core of who we are today. Lotus Sculpture is so appreciative of our customers! Without you we would not be able to support our artisans and these beautiful sculptures would not be finding homes in the far reaches of the world!
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I’ve just returned from my buying trip, which included a stop in Indonesia where I found myself captivated by the rows of moss-covered stone statues amidst the thick air left behind by the previous night’s rain
I have been wanting to go to the famous Buddhist temple of Borobudur and the Hindu temple of Prambanan since my backpacking days. I have seen the temples in Bagan, Burma, and Angkor Wat in Cambodia and this was the last piece to the 3 sacred, must-see, sights of South East Asia. Needless to say, I was not disappointed!
Buying Buddha statues in Bangkok, Thailand
I was a little worried that the Angkor Wat I remembered from my backpacking days would be transformed into a bustling hive of busloads of clueless tourists.
Meet our Wood Artists of Cambodia!
From the bustling city streets to the beautiful rural landscapes, Vietnam is full of wonder. My second stop on my Asia buying trip is Da Nang, where our marble statues come to life!
January 11th, 2023 I finally made it back! Vietnam is great! Everyone just lives their lives and enjoys it. There isn’t any pretense or anger between individuals. Driving, everyone is cutting people off and doing 3-point turns in the middle of busy roads. No one cares. It’s refreshing. Some people dance in the park at …
On my buying trip to India in February I made it a point to visit the people who we donated rice to during the covid lockdown. I wanted to meet them, hear their stories, and see first hand if we touched their lives in any way.
It has been 16 years since I first visited Nepal. Lotus Sculpture has never imported any statues from Nepal so this past week was like a buying trip 20 years ago, exploring Kathmandu valley and searching for new artisans with exceptional statues.
Greetings from India! It’s been over two years since I’ve been back to Asia. I can’t wait to share with you the amazing treasures I’ve found!