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The term Shenpa is defined by Pema Chodron as being a tight feeling of discomfort one has in response to life. These beautifully adorned Shenpa Slippers are well worn in spite of their tightness. In stepping into our discomfort we can walk through the difficulties in our lives.

This piece was exhibited in the ABQ Museum Foundation's Miniatures & More Exhibition.

This piece is part of a private collection.

This piece is featured in *Art Glass Today 2" by Sandra Korinchak published by Schiffer Publishing Ltd.

photo by Margot Geist www.geistlight.com

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Shenpa Slippers
Cast Glass, Cast Bronze