Guru Rinpoche, Healing Art of Tibet: Paintings by Rabkar Wangchuk





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Published on Jan 26, 2011

Healing Art of Tibet: Paintings by Rabkar Wangchuk

The following description of Rabkar Wanghuk's art is provided courtesy of Tibet House US:

Rabkar Wangchuk's goal in his painting is to bestow happiness at first sight and to realize and awaken a positive mind. The paintings fuse modern art with traditional Tibetan art by evoking healing from within, shifting the viewer's attention from worldly activity to reality, allowing the flow of nature's intelligence throughout the body to receive peace, harmony and happiness.

Rabkar Wangchuk, former monk and artist trained in tangka painting as well as other forms of traditional Tibetan Buddhist art, served as lead visual artist for nine years at the Tibetan Institute for Performing Arts (TIPA) in his birthplace of Dharamsala.

Exhibit at Tibet House US
July-November 2008

Shot & Edited by Ashley Young
Some Day Fire Productions


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