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Short Description of a Buddha Vairochana Thangka Painting

The cosmic Buddha Vairochana, 1300-1400

Mandalas are maps of Buddhist visionary worlds.

Minutely detailed and saturated with philosophical meaning, these works (most often paintings or sculptures) are a feast for the eyes and the mind—nested squares and circles are arrayed to represent the center of the cosmos and the four cardinal directions. 32 more words

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Yoni's ongoing Master course at New York Tibetan Art Studio.

Images from Yoni Zilber’s ongoing Master course: sketches, drawing, composition and brushwork.
These are one of the final works of Yoni from his Master Course taught here at… 31 more words

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Tibetan Handmade Textile Art on Display in Beijing

Traditional handmade Tibetan woolen blanket Photo: Courtesy of Imperial Granary

As an important part of local folk art, Tibetan woolen blankets have long been admired for their beauty and the skill required to make them. 116 more words


Bird Mandala (Blue) by Contemporary Tibetan Artist Pema Rinzin

Title: Bird Mandala (Blue)

Size: 40″ X 40″

Medium: Azurite, Chalk, Indigo, Gold and Sumi Ink

Artist: Pema Rinzin

Year: Nov 2014

This most recent work of Contemporary Tibetan Artist Pema Rinzin will be featured in a group exhibition titled,” Your Favorite Artist’s Favorite Artist Group Exhibition from Nov 20- Dec 20, 2014.

Tibetan Art