Picture 1 Picture 3 Picture 4 Picture 5 Picture 6 Picture 7 Picture 8Images 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 New York Tibetan Art Studio. He is almost done with his Master Course.
Photo courtesy of Pema Rinzin, Contemporary Tibetan Artist, Founder, Critique and Teacher at New York Tibetan Art Studio.

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Contemporary Tibetan Artist Pema Rinzin is in a group show at Joshua liner gallery titled, “Your Favorite Artist’s Favorite Artist” at Joshua Liner Gallery ( Nov 20-Dec 20, 2014).

 

Picture 1 Picture 2 Picture 3 Picture 4 Picture 5 Picture 6 Picture 8New York Tibetan Art Studio is the only school in western hemisphere that teaches about Great Tibetan Painter’s work, their legacy, style, composition, Individual color method and usage, and most importantly drawing.
Photo Courtesy of Pema Rinzin, Contemporary Tibetan Artist & Founder, Critique and Teacher at New York Tibetan Art Studio.

Last night was opening of group show titled,”Your Favorite Artist’s Favorite Artist” at @Joshua Liner Gallery and My friend Artist Doze Green’s solo show opening titled,”Out of knowledge” at Jonathan Levine Gallery, both in Chelsea, New York.

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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.

 

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The New York Tibetan Art Studio (NYTAS) is pleased to announce its inaugural group exhibition at Active Space in Brooklyn, New York. The show features work by twenty-seven artists and is curated by the NYTAS Founder and Director Pema Rinzin with co-curators Kevin Connolly Gillespie and Max Fenton. The exhibition brings together the artists’ studies of traditional Tibetan painting as well as contemporary pieces informed by this practice.

Pema Rinzin is a Tibetan-born artist, recognized as both a master Thangka painter and an accomplished contemporary artist. The school’s mission is to keep ancient Tibetan traditions alive through the teaching of artistic techniques and symbolic content. An expert in individual Tibetan masters, Rinzin emphasizes the hand of the artist, focusing on the unique narrative and creator of each work.

The traditional paintings in this exhibition center around thoughtful Buddhas, sage Bodhisattvas, and charged deities who sit amidst symbol-rich fields of flora, fauna, clouds, and celestial bodies. Most works are on paper with ink from sumi blocks and ground mineral pigments that include malachite, azurite, cinnabar, and sulphur.

The exhibition also highlights the contemporary art practice of each of the NYTAS students. We see the ways in which their personal work is influenced by their traditional studies, both formally and thematically. These pieces take a variety of forms including Tad Fettig’s stunning short film Sky Burial, which documents Mongolian funeral rites, Monisha Raja’s mandala-like abstractions on papyrus, and an installation by Pema Rinzin and Mari Iwahara.

The show also features friends of the NYTAS who are not studying with the school directly but whose work is in dialogue with Tibetan art and its New York community. Friends include musician Kyp Malone and street artists R. Nicholas Kuszyk and Swoon, whose current installation, Submerged Motherlands, is currently on view at the Brooklyn Museum.

Participating Artists:
Benjamin Armas, Adriana Atema, Ori Carino, D-bar, Max Fenton, Tad Fettig, Matt Franowicz, Celia Gerard, Kevin Connolly Gillespie, Manal Grant, Mari Iwahara, Mimi Eayrs-Jones, R. Nicholas Kuszyk,  Pia Leighton, Elim Mak, Kyp Malone, Allyson Mellberg, Monisha Raja, Pema Rinzin, Swoon, Deirdre Swords, Jeremy Taylor, Kate Oh Trabulsi, Ana Maria Velasco, Virginia Wagner, Yoni Zilber, Ashley Zelinske

Special thanks to The Active Space, Ashley Zelinske, Virginia Wagner, and Tenzin Dolkar.

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Spiritual and Technology & Childhood to Spiritual are two among four artworks of Artist Pema Rinzin that will be shown at the upcoming show titled, “New New York Tibetan Art Studio: NEW VOICES” at August 15, ACTIVE SPACE gallery, New York.

Link to more information on the show: https://www.facebook.com/events/920199484663138/

Photo Courtesy of Pema Rinzin, Contemporary Tibetan Artist & Founder, Critique and Teacher at New York Tibetan Art Studio

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NEW VOICES: New York Tibetan Art Studio is pleased to announce its inaugural group exhibition at Active Space in Brooklyn, New York.
Date & Time: Friday, August 15 at 7:00pm.
Curated by: Mr. Pema Rinzin; Contemporary Tibetan Artist & Founder of New York Tibetan Art Studio.

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