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Pema Rinzin at Art Residence in Japan, 2008

Over 25 years, Pema Rinzin studied with great master painters of traditional Tibetan art and their individual styles.
This photo of his Art work illustrate this aesthetic approach in technique before I become a New York Contemporary Tibetan Painter in 2008. 32 more words

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Elim Mak's free hand drawing.

Elim Mak’s free hand drawing,composition and perspective after 5 years at NYTAS. She received her Master’s degree at Pratt Institute and graduated with distinction . 20 more words

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Work in Progress at Japan

Light inside the Studio,work in progress,Japan
Photo Courtesy of Pema Rinzin​, Tibetan Contemporary Artist, Creator, Founder, Critic and Teacher at New York Tibetan Art Studio​,School.

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Close up of Pema Rinzin's gold brushworks

Pema Rinzin close up gold brushwork patterns work in progress of “Peace Booom”
Japanese gold,gold brush work,natural pigment,gold leave,gold patterns,gold shading,speed brush work.

Photo courtesy of Pema Rinzin​. 14 more words

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Kevin C. Gillespie's hand drawing. (Master Course)

Kevin C.Gillespie’s Free hand drawing work in progress on his Master Course.Today is his 9th years, Kevin has been studying at New York Tibetan Art Studio School.He is both an accomplished contemporary artist and professional scenic artist.He live and work in NY. 19 more words

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3 Years Artist Residence, Curator and Teacher at The Rubin Museum, New York

Over 25 years, Pema Rinzin studied with great Master painters of traditional Tibetan art and their individual styles.

This photo of his Art work illustrate this aesthetic approach in technique before he became a New York Contemporary Tibetan painter in 2008. 37 more words

Tibetan Art

Kensho Dojo Studio, 2001, Japan

For over 25 years, Pema Rinzin studied with great Master painters of
Traditional Tibetan art and their individual styles.
These photos are of his artworks which illustrate this aesthetic approach in technique before he became a New York contemporary Tibetan painter in 2008. 25 more words

Tibetan Art