The base of the statue has nice details. The Ushnisha is 6 cm, which is the Buddha flame, and extremely long compared to the rest of the statue. This gives the statue its unique character Buddha in the Bhumisparsha mudra
Folk art means that this statue was not made by a sculptor, but mainly by farmers who carved it during the rainy seasons and placed it in the temple for good luck or for other reasons. This is a nice typical image where the body and limbs are out of proportion.