Tashi Norbu La, Tashi Phuntsok La, Tashi Norbu La Team and staff, at the inauguration day of the exhibition in front of the 14 panels each measuring 2feet width and 6 feet height, with photos and texts in Tibetan language and English of “H.H. Dalai Lama of Tibet Three Main Commitments in Life.
The Director of Tibet Museum in Dharamsala/India Tashi Punchok La and Tashi Norbu La, Director of the Museum of Contemporary Tibetan Art in Emmen, during the opening ceremony of the exhibition on Dalai Lama’s Three Commitments in Life.
Artwork of the Tibetan Painter Gonkar Gyatso, Title: My Identity Nos. 1-4
Medium: Photographs, Installation
61,5 x 78 x 3,4 cm dimensions of each
Museum/Collection: Museum of Contemporary Tibetan Art, Emmen, The Netherlands - Gallery of Rossi and Rossi Ltd. London, England
Medium: Photographs installation. Painting on a glass surface.
A young artist sets out on a mission to bring Tibet home to its people through an art project that involves smuggling 20,000 kilos of native Tibetan soil across the Himalayas from Tibet into India, crossing the borders of three countries.
By virtue of his small mission, he forever touches the hearts of many Tibetans living in exile who are unable to return home.
This is a documentary film that tells the story of artist Tenzing Rigdol, as he sets out on this great mission to bring Tibet closer to Tibetan exiles through an unprecedented project – a site-specific art installation titled “Our Land, Our People."
Tulku Jamyang was taught traditional Tibetan calligraphy while living in a Buddhist monastery as a monk.
Cosmic Flourishing Mandala
Raw Pigments on rice paper 0,50cmx0,50cm
Sonam Dolma Brawn - Acrylics on canvas 0,66cmx0,88cm
Every Sunday at 14.00 hours, Tashi Norbu and a Team of Tibetans, recite sacred Tibetan Buddhist Mantras. They are accompanied by European Classical Musicians, Percussionists and Improvisators.
Projects are under planning for Spring and Summer at the Emmen Rensen Park. Buddhist Tibetan Lectures, Tibetan Physicians, Tibetan Astrologers, Tibetan Traditional Thangha Painters, Tibetan Traditional Musicians would be presented.
Every Wednesday and Saturday at 19.00 hours, live painting of Tashi Norbu, accompanied by Tibetan Buddhism Rituals.
Tibet Festival has been programmed for April 2018 at the Emmen Park, Buddhist lectures, Tibetan Holistic Medicine, Traditional Thangha paintings, Tibetan Traditional Musicians, will be represented.
Except of the current exhibition referred to His Holiness Dalai Lama of Tibet Three Main Commitments in life -the promotion of human values, the promotion of inter-religious harmony and the preservation of Tibet’s Buddhist culture and natural environment, The Museum of Contemporary Tibetan Art is also currently hosting His Holiness The 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet Postage Stamp, which has been issued in The Netherlands.
At the occasion of the Birthday of His Holiness, July 6th, 2017, this special stamp was published in two versions: One for Inland postage and one for International postage. It is approved by the Office of His Holiness Dalai Lama in Dharamsala, and personally signed By H.H., on the stamp design.
This stamp is now the only postal valid stamp in the Western world.
Tibetan objects, malas and strings, incenses, rings, Tibetan motives and flags, T-shirts from Tibet and you can pick up prints of the Artist’s Tashi Norbu best Artworks.
The Artist’s gestural strokes create his personal figurative idiom, transforming in his hands, the Buddha’s speech into ideogram. This ideogram would eventually become Artist’s “monogram” at his Museum of Contemporary Tibetan Art! Sanskrit words next to the Buddha, speak of peace, love and compassion.
A studio of drawing specific tattoos at the Museum, such as calligraphy of the concerned person’s name, or could also be the art of drawings texts on the body, derived from spiritual scriptures of the sacred Tibetan Buddhism.
Basics of Tibetan painting and Sculpture techniques.
Under the guidance of Tashi Norbu
Please email to us for your enrollment or any questions
Dedicated on how to paint a Buddha and a Mandala, technique based on the Traditional and Contemporary Tibetan Art.
VENUE: Museum of Contemporary Tibetan Art
Paviljoen Hoofdstraat 16, 7811 AE Emmen, The Netherlands
Not everyone can afford to buy Tashi Norbu’s paintings. However participating in his workshops it is guaranteed that you will go back home with your own painting made under Tashi’s instructions.
There is a donation fee for each (5 hours duration) workshop, towards the support of the Museum of Tibetan Contemporary Art in Emmen, for the Purpose of preserving and expanding the Tibetan Art worldwide. (fee includes canvas, painting materials, coffee/tea, delicacy offerings)
Tibetan Contemporary Art Workshop”
at the Museum of Contemporary Tibetan Art in Emmen.
How to create a Painting of a Buddha according to the principles of ancient Tibetan iconometry. A great opportunity to create your own Artwork to decorate your home, according to your preferred colors and the interior design of your space. The Painting of a Buddha will be combined by the Tibetan traditional method and the modern free style, giving a unique beauty to a Contemporary Tibetan Art piece that you will create with us. Join us for such an experience; for a one day Workshop. Hereunder is the information about it.
Materialen (verf, kwasten, doek), koffie/thee en iets lekkers zijn inclusief. Je deelname wordt berekend op basis van het formaat doek dat je kiest. Je kunt kiezen uit verschillende formaten doek:
0,50 x 0,50 cm :75 euros
0,70 x 100 cm: 125 euro
100 x 140 cm: 175 euro
1,20 x 140cm: 380 euro.
The above prices include all materials used. (canvas, colours, pencils etc) coffee/tea tibetan delicacies will be offered for free. After choosing the canvas size, please register and pay a deposit of 30% of the canvas chosen as mentioned above with the indication workshop of 5th August or 28th July . Soon as you register i shall prepare the canvas and the materials needed.
“Museum of Contemporary Tibetan Art “
ABN AMRO bank account number 464967112
You could also become our membership by paying through this link and have workshop options.
Aims to provide emerging Tibetan artists, Tibetan Art Historians, Theorists Curators and Critics the opportunity to gain an in-depth knowledge of Tibetan Contemporary Art through their engagement with the permanent collection of the museum and immerse themselves in creative activities of their choice.
Is committed to introduce the selected residents to local practicing artists, historians and curators in the spirit of cross-cultural exchange that will hone existing skills, promote individual relationships and explore new creative directions.
This is a unique Gallery space, wherein Tibetan, International and Local Artists exhibit their Artworks. At the moment the exhibition includes artworks of The Tibetan Contemporary Artists Gonkar Gyatso, Tenzing Rigdol, Tulku Jamyang, Rabkar Wangchuk, Sonam Dolma, Tashi Wangchuk, Ngawang Jordan, Tenzin Ngawang, Tashi Wangchuk, Lharigtso , Tenzin Seldon, Tenzin Phuntsok.