Posts Tagged ‘Tashi Dhargyal’
July 18th, 2019 by studio
We are so excited that the 2020 Tibetan Art Calendar has been released with Wisdom Publications!
Friends – this project began almost two and a half years ago, and we are so happy to announce that Tashi’s calendar is now available, and in its first day is already a #1 New Release on Amazon!
The calendar features many of the beautiful, delicate thangka that you have seen either during your visit to the Tibetan Gallery, or shared by us online.
It truly is framable art, and features White Tara in Bhutan, Rainbow Body Guru Rinpoche, Vajra Ganesh, Chenrezig, Manjushri, Palden
January 9th, 2017 by studio
We are excited to host two events on February 19th at the Tibetan Gallery & Studio. Join us early for Family Coloring, join us later for Adult Coloring!
September 16th, 2016 by studio
Coloring For Meditation is NOW AVAILABLE for pre-order!
We are so excited to be able to share the joy of the thanbhochi … go ahead, celebrate your inner artist!
Learn more: ColoringForMeditation.com
January 10th, 2014 by studio
Hold the date!
September 13th, 2013 by studio
The legend is here, and gives detailed information about the central figures.
August 9th, 2013 by studio
Please Join us in October for this special week of events!
It is suggested you email us to let us know you plan to attend Dharma teachings and the Cultural Pagaent being held at Move 2 Change as space is limited.
July 30th, 2013 by studio
An Introduction to Tibetan Thangka Painting
Time/Location: Beginning August 4th, Sundays, 2-5 p.m.
The classes are at the artist’s studio: Tibetan Gallery & Studio, 6770 McKinley Street #130, Sebastopol, CA 95472.
For centuries the rich art of Tibet was influenced by its neighbors, India and China. Menlha Dhondup introduced the first original Tibetan painting style in the 1500s. The later styles reflected his work, thus establishing the Menris tradition throughout Tibet.
It is characterized by clear outlines, strong colors, fine shadings, and its accentuations in gold. One thangka can take between one to six months to create. Canvases