Work in progress at New York Tibetan Art Studio

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

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Alba Páramo and her first drawing at the New York Tibetan art studio.

She’s a Mexican Fine Arts student at the Art Students league of New York and has been studying here since February.

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

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Title: Abstract patterns and Traditional patterns.
Medium: Stone pigment, Natural Earth, Hand Made Dye,Indigo, Sumi ink and pure cold gold.
Artist : Pema Rinzin

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

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

 

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Elim Mak‘s artwork in progress, her last artwork from the first course at New York Tibetan Art Studio. Elim has been studying with Pema for the past 5 years. She is an art therapist and studied at Pratt Institute.

Photo courtesy of Pema Rinzin, Contemporary Tibetan artist & Founder, Critic, and Teacher at New York Tibetan Art Studio

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Pema Rinzin’s mural (size: 144″x74′) of the “Four Great Guardian Kings”was shown at the exhibition alongside with work in progress “Tibetan Brush Expression” at The Rubin Museum of Art from (February 9th to March 26″,2007) as part of the exhibition “Pema Show Artist-in-Residence:Pema Rinzin.

The work begun by Pema Rinzin in March of 2006 at RMA was exhibited along with the King Size pieces in RMA Collection from the 16th to 19th centuries and was accompanied by critical commentaries written by Pema Rinzin.Contemporary Tibetan Artist & Founder,Critic and Teacher at New York Tibetan art Studio.

 

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This is Kevin’s latest artwork. He has studied at NYTAS for the past 8 years. It is very important that Tibetan art has its own composition. I am happy that the more Kevin draws the faster his brush expression improves. In Tibetan history all master artists have different styles and statements which is based on individualism.
Now Kevin is establishing his own style after years of advanced Tibetan art studies based on all the great Tibetan masters, styles, and art periods.

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

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Ana Velasco’s brush work in progress. This will be her second last sketch work from the first course. Ana is a painter with an MFA from the School, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.
Photo courtesy of Pema Rinzin. Contemporary Tibetan Artist, founder, critic and teacher at New York Tibetan Art Studio.

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Photo Courtesy of Pema Rinzin. Contemporary Tibetan Artist & Founder,Critic and Teacher at New York Tibetan Art Studio (NYTAS)

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Enlightening Artist working like a Bodhisattva

Artist: Pema Rinzin, Contemporary Tibetan Artist, Master Traditional Tibetan Artist, Founder & Teacher at New York Tibetan Art Studio

Location: Rubin Museum of Art, Chelsea, New York

Mural: Four Guardian Kings, Permanent collection of Rubin Museum of Art

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