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Pia Leighton’s second artwork from her second course.
Pia completed her PHD in Literature from NYU. And has been studying at NewYork Tibetan Art Studio for 8 years.

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

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Kevin Conelly’s master course drawing (Work in Progress)

Kevin has been studying at New York Tibetan Art Studio for over 8 years.
He is both accomplished in contemporary Fine Art as well as Scenic Arts. He is currently working on the production of The Knick, a period production of series highlighting the surgical exploits of the Knickerbocker hospital in NYC around 1900. He also has a studio in the creative hub of Brooklyn.

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

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Artwork: Figure of Four Kings
Perspective and Composition: Image of figure, Cloth drapes, Flower, plants, trees, rock formation, movement of Clouds, movement of Water, form, figure, posture and use of space.
Artist & Founder, Teacher and Critic at New York Tibetan Art Studio: Pema Rinzin

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Exhibition titled: Stone Spirit Tibet

Date: November 2005

Location: Modern Art Gallery, Bamberg, Germany

Artist: Tibetan Contemporary Artist Pema Rinzin

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This article photo is about the tree planting ceremony that took place after the gallery opening. The tree is called “Tibet tree.” Pema was very honored to be part of this event. Left to right in the photo: Mayor of Bamberg, the Director of the Modern Art Gallery of Bamberg, the president of Tibet Initiative Deutschland, and Pema Rinzin. 

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Poster of exhibit.
Exhibiting artists:
Deva Manfredo, installation
Pema Rinzin, paintings
Uta & Gerhard Ullman, paintings

Each artist had their own room to exhibit their artwork.

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This is the beautiful historical building that houses the Modern Art Gallery of Bamberg, where Pema’s exhibition took place.

Joshua Liner Gallery presents the artist curated group show: Your Favorite Artist’s Favorite Artist. Featuring artists exhibited this year and in forthcoming 2015, each gallery artist has selected to show alongside a creative individual whom they admire. On view from November 20 to December 20, this eclectic and diverse exhibition of work is a reflection of our vibrant 2014 program, and offers a fresh outlook for the coming year.

Please join us for the opening reception on Thursday, November 20th from 6 to 8PM, many of the artists will be in attendance to celebrate the occasion.

Location: Joshua Liner Gallery, Chelsea, New York

Date: November 20, 2014

Contemporary Tibetan Artist Pema Rinzin’s artwork: Bird Mandala (Blue)

Size: 40″ X 40″

Medium: Ground Mineral Pigments, Sumi Ink, Gold on Canvas

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Art on Paper Fair featuring Artist Pema Rinzin’s work

ART ON PAPER 

March 5-8 (2015)

Pier 36, Downtown Manhattan, New York

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Congratulations! New York Tibetan Art Studio

The New York Times Picks New York Tibetan Art Studio: New Voices
Location: The Active Space Gallery, 566 Johnson Ave, Brooklyn.
Runs until September 7.
This is the 3rd show in NYC curated by Contemporary Tibetan Artist Pema Rinzin who is also the founder, critique and teacher at New York Tibetan Art Studio

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The New York Times Featured Article (click here to read!)

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, 2014 at 7:00pm.
Curated by: Mr. Pema Rinzin; Contemporary Tibetan Artist & Founder of New York Tibetan Art Studio.

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Compassion Transformed brings new paintings by New York-based Tibetan artist Pema Rinzin to Joshua Line Gallery. The exhibition opened last night and includes abstractions infused with motifs pulled from centuries-old Buddhist tradition. Rinzin’s essential exercise is to place his own stamp on a traditional form.

You can see how he’s done it through February 26, 2011.

Joshua Liner Gallery
548 West 28th Street
3rd Floor
New York, NY 10001

A full recap, with photographs by Jacob Breinhot for Curated, follows after the jump.

Artist Pema Rinzin Opens his First Solo show in NYC (link to the main website)

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From the press release:
Joshua Liner Gallery is pleased to present Compassion Transformed, an exhibition of new paintings by the New York-based Tibetan artist Pema Rinzin. Making his solo debut in New York, this is Rinzin’s first one-man exhibition at Joshua Liner Gallery.

A master in the art of Thangka painting, Pema Rinzin has adapted the techniques and mystical motifs of this centuries-old Buddhist tradition to create spellbinding abstract works of contemporary art. Originally used in scrolls that depict the life of the Buddha, other deities, and religious figures, traditional Thangka featured the use of ground mineral pigments and gold applied to paper or silk cloth, as well as works in embroidery. Thangkas were objects of meditation, stimulation and religious education. The imagery is characterized by great intricacy in decorative pattern and brilliant color, which serve to advance the spiritual objectives of enlightenment and transcendence, while also conveying the artistic vision of individual master painters through unique expressions of style and composition.

 

  1. Pema Rinzin “Compassion Transformed” At Joshua Liner Gallery (link to the website)

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