The sculptures of H.H. Master Wan Ko Yee (His Holiness Dorje Chang Buddha III) are truly miraculous events in as much as they cannot be reproduced by any other living being. It is said that only Shakyamuni Buddha or the ancient Buddhas from previous eras would have the skill and wisdom to produce such art! Disciples of His Holiness have even offered $12 million in US dollars to anyone who could reproduce these masterpieces, but to date no one has come close.
H.H. Master Wan Ko Yee’s paintings and sculptures have received international recognition and praise. Those who have seen them say that they are not of this world, that they must be from another dimension. At an exhibit at the Rayburn Building for members of Congress and their staffs, H.H. Master Wan Ko Yee displayed several of his works, including one shown above called “Mysterious Boulder with Mist,” which features a large boulder with two carved caverns. Although the caverns are made of identical materials and colors, one cave is filled with heavy mist and the other one is clear—a truly miraculous phenomenon. The mist you can see in the cavern on the right is not from any manmade machine. It is natural and yet there is no wind that can blow it away. It will be there for millions of years. It absolutely represents the highest level of realization and wisdom as well as the most extreme or advanced state of art and technology! This photo was taken by Zhaxi Zhuoma Rinpoche and has not been altered in any way. Who else can carve both the air and the rock?
October 2003, Washington, DC: H.H. Master Wan Ko Yee exhibited several of his highly original works of art at the main congressional building (the Rayburn Building) on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, for members of Congress and their staffs.
July 29, 2003, Washington, DC: The Organization of American states, composed of 34 nations in the western hemisphere, honored H.H. Master Wan Ko Yee with an Opening Reception and Exhibition of His Yun Sculptures. Secretary-General Caesar Gaviria praised his “pioneering” artistic work and recognized His Holiness for championing charitable causes and humanitarian assistance programs. Ambassador Denis Antoine from Grenada told of H.H. Master Wan Ko Yee’s donation of computers to needy school children in his country and support of other worthy projects.
Pictures of other examples of Yun Sculpture are available in Yun Sculpture: the World’s First Mysterious Works of Art at International Arts Publishing.