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Thank you so much Brass Brothers Films(http://www.brassbrothersfilms.com) for their support.
At the time of making this film, i was really sick. But the film really came out good and i really appreciate it, both Juxtapoz Magazine and Brass Brothers Films.
Hope you all enjoy it!
Photo Courtesy of Pema Rinzin. Contemporary Tibetan Artist, Curator, Founder, Critic and Teacher at New York Tibetan Art Studio (School).
Everyone is welcome at the opening of Pema Rinzin’s third solo show, Wings of Joy.
Join me on Thursday, March 17 from 6-8pm at Joshua Liner Gallery in Chelsea.
Pema Rinzin and Mr. Hayashi, the head of LCV Cable TV at Suwa Nagano Ken in Japan. He documented all our interviews and the ceremony commemorating the completion of 14 painting commissions for the Shoko Culture Research Institute. The event was covered by all major newspapers including Japan Times.
Pema Rinzin’s large painting work in progress 2005.
Over 25 years,Pema studied with great master painters of traditional Tibetan art and their individual styles.This photo of my art work illustrate this aesthetic approach in Tibetan art technique before he became a New York Tibetan Contemporary painter in 2006.
‘I believe you need to look at Tibetan art as art created by individual artists and not as anonymous art!’
“In my own experience in the West,people must accept Tibetan artists as individuals and not be institutionalized as stereotypical religious art.”
I am talking about hundreds of thousands of art work dorn by great painters of Tibet.
Photo Courtesy of Pema Rinzin, Tibetan Contemporary Artist, Creator, Founder, Critic and Teacher at New York Tibetan Art Studio (School
Elim Mak’s brushing work in progress,This is her first art work from the second course after 5 years with NYTAS and received her Master degree at Pratt Institute and graduated with distinction.
Always ask: Who is the painter, What style, Body of works and What makes him / her a individual painter.these are the most important,
I believe you need to look at Tibetan Art as art created by the great individual artist and not as anonymous art.
Photo Courtesy of Pema Rinzin. Tibetan Contemporary Artist, Creator, Founder, Critic and Teacher at New York Tibetan Art Studio (School)