Gazing Down and Reclining Buddha are usually exhibited as
a pair, with one looking up to the sky and the other gazing
down from Heaven.
This image is
more stable and more peaceful
Panya usually paints the Buddha's portrait but this large
image looking up to Heaven doesn't appear as serene as the
others . The expression and the texture of the canvas looks
rough, suggesting neglect, deterioration or death. Panya thinks
this gives a stronger, more interesting feeling.