This art gallery conveys several works of Thailand's spiritual world. The five images presented represents Buddha. The found of Buddhism is Siddhartha Gautama from India. He is known as the Buddha, which means, "The Enlightened One." Through meditation he was able to reach enlightenment by depriving himself of worldly possessions and finding out the truth about the world. The teachings of Siddhartha Gautama were spread throughout Thailand by settlers from India. The first sculpture is titled, "The Bodhisattva Maitreya." It was from the late 8th century A.D. The sculpture is made with bronze. It is a figure of Buddha in a standing position. It is considered to be one of the oldest images in Southeast Asia. The second sculpture is titled, "Head of a Buddha." It was constructed in the 16th century. The medium for the sculpture is made with bronze. It's a piece representing Buddha and it's third eye. The head sculpture has a piece cut off at the right side of the neck area.The third sculpture is titled, "Standing Buddha. It was created in the 8th century. The medium for this piece is sandstone with traces of lacquer and gilding. It portrays Buddha in a standing position. It's position symbolizes Buddha teaching. The fourth sculpture is titled, "Buddha at the Moment of Victory. It was made in the 15th century. The medium is leaded bronze with lacquer and gilding. It represents Buddha in a seated position in a meditative pose.The fifth and final sculpture is titled, "Votive tablet of the Buddha in dhyanamudra. It was made in the 11th century. This sculpture represents Buddha's portrait. The medium for this piece is made of Earthenware with traces of gilding. All of the sculptures in this gallery correlate with one another due to their representation of Siddhartha Gautama Buddha. Each piece shows a position of Buddha during his enlightenment and or teachings. The images provided shows meaning, symbols, and icons of Buddha. Bibliography "The Bodhisattva Maitreya." Kimbell Art Museum. Web. 23 Apr.2016 <https: / /www.kimbellart.org /collection-object /bodhisattva-maitreya>.) "Asia." Cantor Arts Center. Web. 23 April. 2016. <https: / /museum.stanford.edu /view /asia.html>. "Standing Buddha." Artwork of the Day RSS. Web. 23 April. 2016. <http: / /art.thewalters.org /detail /31842 /standing-buddha-9>. "Buddha at the Moment of Victory." Artwork of the Day RSS. Web. 23 Apr.2016. "Object Details."Iris & B.Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Standford University. Web.29 Apr.2016.<http: / /cantorcollections.standord.edu /obj8181?sid="9405">.