Contemporary Artists who pioneer new creative directions to express their message across the world


GREEN TARA IN "CONTEMPLATION"

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

GREEN TARA IN "CONTEMPLATION"

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 225x130cm
  • medium :
  • year : 2013
  • price : € 45,500 (not available)

FLAMINGO

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

FLAMINGO

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 180x130cm
  • medium : Mixed media
  • year : 2013
  • price : US$ 34,000

TIBETAN THANGKA IN EXILE 01

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

TIBETAN THANGKA IN EXILE 01

The image on the first Tangka (TIBETAN THANGKA IN EXILE 01) refers to Amitaba Buddha – the Buddha of long life. The artist applied the iconographic measurements according to the traditional principles of Tangka painting. The application of the coloring refers to Jackson Pollock’s style. The brocade of the Tangka is made of traditional Dutch fabrics from the artist’s new home environment.

About Dutch Fabric Design: The blue cloth is of traditional delfts blauw design. The flowers are inspired by the East and came to Holland through trade connections with China. The Netherlands imported Chinese porcelain in the early 17th century for wealthy merchants. When the supply of Chinese porcelain was interrupted, Dutch potters attempted to create Chinese-style porcelain using native scenes with windmills, fishing boats, hunting scenes, landscapes, and seascapes. Later these designs and colors were applied to linen tapestries.

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 168x133cm, 66”x52”
  • medium : Mixed media, Dutch fabric, enamel paints on canvas
  • year : 2013
  • price : € 30,000 (available in set)

TIBETAN THANGKA IN EXILE 02

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

TIBETAN THANGKA IN EXILE 02

The image on the second Tangka (TIBETAN THANGKA IN EXILE 02) refers to Buddha Shakyamuni. The brocade of the Tangka is made of traditional Dutch fabrics from the artist’s new home environment.

About Dutch Fabric Design:
The green cloth is of traditional drenths design. The woman who provided the artist with the fabric says: “My mother used this type of fabric as bed cloth from her mother and grandmother. Also a neighbor says that her mother used the similar fabric as bed linen. The same fabric was used by the poor in order to make clothing. When I was young I had dresses of almost the same fabric.”

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 168x133cm, 66”x52”
  • medium : Mixed media, Dutch fabric, enamel paints on canvas
  • year : 2013
  • price : € 30,000 (available in set)

BUDDHA OF ETERNAL LIFE AND LIGHT

Tashi Norbu
Project 05

BUDDHA OF ETERNAL LIFE AND LIGHT

Amitabha and Amitayus are the same person, or entity. In the Mahayana Tradition of Buddhism a buddha is described as having three bodies: a form body (nirmanakaya), an apparitional body (sambhogakaya) and an ultimate truth body (dharmakaya). The first, Amitabha is the form body and the second, Amitayus, is the apparitional body. The ultimate truth body is without appearance and does not appear in painting or sculptural art.

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 204x129cm
  • medium : Raw silk and pigments, acrylic, scriptures and guache on linen
  • year : 2012
  • price : € 30,000

UNTITLED

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

UNTITLED



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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 140x120cm
  • medium : Acrylic on canvas
  • year : 2015
  • price : € 28,000

IF ALIVE, SONGSTER GAMPGO

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

IF ALIVE, SONGSTER GAMPGO

The Buddhist view of our cosmos is one of a continuing existence and change. The birth of the cosmos, the expanding growth of it, the planets becoming a place for life of the souls, the collapse of the cosmos and its consecutive rebirth is an idea inherent to its tradition.

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 50x50cm
  • medium: Mixed medium on canvas, acrylic, tibetan scriptures, raw pigments and gold paint
  • year : 2015
  • price : € 14,800

THE TRADITIONAL IMPLEMENTED;
TRANSCENDING BOUNDARIES



Tashi Norbu
Project 06

THE TRADITIONAL IMPLEMENTED; TRANSCENDING BOUNDARIES

Centered is a mandala of compassion, but in the middle sits Amitayus instead of Avaloketeshvara. Amitayus (Tse-pameh in Tibetan) is considered the samboghakaya form of Amitabha and reflects infinite life. Since 2011 the Dalai Lama, as a reincarnation form of Avaloketeshera, shares his responsibilities. He carried on being the Spiritual leader of his people in the world, but he stopped his governmental-political duties trying to deepen the authority of the movement’s democratic government, which is based in Dharamsala, by a chosen prime minister. It has to benefit the Tibetans in the long run.

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 181x277cm, 71,4”x109”
  • medium : Mixed media, colored sand, oil on denim jeans
  • year : 2014
  • price : US$ 9,900 available in iAOHiN Gallery in Macao on display

UNIVERSE XXL

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

UNIVERSE XXL

The Buddhist view of our cosmos is one of a continuing existence and change. The birth of the cosmos, the expanding growth of it, the planets becoming a place for life of the souls, the collapse of the cosmos and its consecutive rebirth is an idea inherent to its tradition.

It was until the 1920's that in the West was discovered (by Edwin Hubble) with the understanding of the Doppler effect and the color shift of stars in the universe , that our universe has been expanding over time. Based on these experiments, the theory of the "Big Bang" as the birth of the cosmos was developed. In the 1960's this theory was confirmed by telescopes receiving a background noise, that is the sound of the original bang 13,7 billion years ago. Many, many years were needed for the cosmic structures as we know now. Only gas clouds, stars exploding and imploding, planets forming etc. It took till the 13th billion year before the first live was present in the form of bacteria and relatively recently life in the form of plants, fish and reptiles developed. Only very recently, the humanoid developed with at the very last the human being as we are familiar with now.

Another very recent 'invention' was one of the famous Albert Einstein. After his conclusion that space and time are closely linked together, he postulated the following equation: E=mc2 . In short this means that the Energy (of an object) equals its Mass times the square of the (light)Speed. The consequences of this are that mass, energy and speed (waves) are somewhat interchangeable. The artist applies this idea to the Tibetan situation. The Freedom of Tibet = (Tibetans) x (movements to freedom)2.

Although the traditional Buddhist forms of expression are very clearly in this painting (Yaks, Buddhas, traditional deities and the enormous bell in the middle - which is the symbol of emptiness, the female principle and wisdom and symbolizes the transformation of the soul-) together with a modern interpretation of the developing universe starting with the Big Bang at the left of this conical shape. At the end the ultimate progress in evolution: the satellites in our space.

However, for the Tibetans is the year 1950 (and 1959) a negative landmark for their country and their culture. Tibet was invaded by the Chinese army and has since never been the same. Many had to leave Tibet and are now living shattered all over the world.

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 399x140cm
  • medium : Mixed media; pigments, acrylic, oil, enamel, scriptures on denim
  • year : 2014
  • price : € 9,000

CONFESSION TO THE BUDDHA

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

CONFESSION TO THE BUDDHA

In this contemporary art work the identity of the Buddha is presented in a variety of ways. First of all is the Buddha head the main structure. Within this head all kind of used and found objects are embedded with the idea that everything around us has a value. This value is determined by the inner Buddha nature of someone or something and is of a positive rating. The basic thought in Buddhism is that there has to be no suffering but a continuous strive for happiness instead.

In the details you can see e.g. a toy horse, representing the year of the horse in the east. The Disney figure of Shrek represents on the one hand a scary monster (the oger), but at the same time also the happy, laughing, friendly and caring person Shrek. The Delft Blue, the Heineken beer can and the bicycle bell represent the typical Dutch elements. The lights in the roses and the heart speak for themselves. The mobile phone and the Webcam have been used by the artist during his time in Belgium and the Netherlands and to which he became very attached.

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 127x218cm, 50"x 85.8"
  • medium :Mixed media
  • year : 2013
  • price : € 8,900

TOUCHING THE EARTH

9 Pillars
Project 06

TOUCHING THE EARTH

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  • artist : Tenzin Phuntsok
  • size : 50x50cm
  • medium : Oil on canvas
  • year : 2014
  • price : € 8,000

SACRED CIRCLE TOWARDS MINDFULNESS

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

SACRED CIRCLE TOWARDS MINDFULNESS

In the Tibetan worldview, the artistic and symbolic representation of the cosmos is fundamental and this view is presented in mandala. Although mandala represents a three dimensional structure, it can also be painted two dimensionally on e.g. cloth or in sand. Mandalas can also be generated mentally or stimulated by using certain positions of hands (so called mudras).

The colors of the Mandala in this piece are classical, and the technique is inspired by Jackson Pollack.

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 125x145cm
  • medium : Mixed medium
  • year : 2013
  • price : € 8,000 (SOLD)

EMPTINESS

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

EMPTINESS

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 180x140cm
  • medium : Scriptures and oil on linen
  • year : 2014
  • price : € 7,800 (SOLD)

DISCOVERY OF LIFE

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

DISCOVERY OF LIFE

In the common day metropolitan life in India in cities like New Delhi and Mumbai, many religions are practiced peacefully alongside each other. Modern, western life is integrated with older traditions ( Buddhism, Hinduism, Bollywood films, jeans and bikinis). Based on the traditional Buddhist ratios of the kunsang yabyum the Discovery of Life in general is depicted.

The flow of Life starts with the water molecule (H2O) on the far low left (the human body consists of more than 70% of this molecule) and it flows into the lady (mother earth) as an umbilical cord, then around her and then circulates behind the deities, through nature (butterflies) and through the umbilical cord into a robotic type futuristic baby, already meditating and under the yoga influence. This stream of water/ life is leaving the baby again and circumnavigates the yabyum figure, a common Tibetan theme of two deities in sexual union. This image represents the union of the masculine and the feminine principle. By concentrating on this image, the person who meditates fuses the masculine and feminine qualities within himself. The flow ends via the little icons clownfish Nemo and the blue fish Dory, in search for Nemo’s home and overcoming many obstacles in his life, into the pond. At the same time the pond is a spring and filled with the caressed water leaving the lady’s hands. The Tibetan clouds may or may not reveal what is going on outside our human senses. The small Buddhas in the background help us to be aware of our own, personal Buddha nature and to remind us to develop this nature.

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 239x260cm, 94”x102”
  • medium : Mixed media, oil on canvas
  • year : 2014
  • price : € 6,800

URBAN BUDDHA

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

URBAN BUDDHA

This painting represents the new Tibetan generation. High rise buildings instead of typical Tibetan traditional Thangka painting style landscapes. The straight lines used in the background combined with the mixed colors, represent the duality of modern life. The person in the black suit is painted as a tribute to one's own Buddha nature, to find equanimity and peace in modern society. E.g. by taking off your dandy, shiny brogues after work.

The Buddha with many heads! Like a Tibetan in the West adjusting to different responsibilities, interests , attached to obligations…
The artist loves the part in front of the modern Buddha. At his table there is yellow document of “ Western Union” . Almost each and every Tibetan is aware of its offices because it is used to send money to India or back home to their less fortunate relatives.

Every Tibetan is coming through Nepal or India (see flag). Every young Tibetan has to wear its uniform at their Tibetan school and - like the young monks- they can only show off with their personal sneakers ( a young people’s dilemma while growing to maturity. In the boarding schools they are taught by the lama’s how to perform the Tibetan Buddhist rituals as well as the science from the West. They have to sing the Indian national anthem at their Indian schools. Every Tibetan was attracted in 2014 to see the World Cup soccer in Brazil. Every Tibetan has to deal with the Chinese communist rules and its propaganda. Every Tibetan will recognize the possible first female president of the United States. Every Tibetan can watch the Bollywood movies and see Miss Tibet on their television. Every Tibetan is familiar with this picture of the Dalai Lama , this icon, in which he shows his “horns” to indicate to the Chinese authorities that he is indeed –according to them- a devil, a separatist. Every Tibetan is also acquainted with the Coca-Cola business and the Facebook-hype which destroys their personality because it is only used to attract some personal attention. Can we still manage if Facebook goes down?

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 100x100cm
  • medium : Mixed media, Tibetan scriptures, acrylic and East-Indian ink on linen
  • year : 2013
  • price : € 6,800 (option, contact Trace Foundation)

QUANTUM ENTANGLEMENT AND THE LAW OF ATTRACTION



Tashi Norbu
Project 06

QUANTUM ENTANGLEMENT AND THE LAW OF ATTRACTION

This futuristic Buddha on top of our planet earth is still connecting with the universe and holds down his hand on a futuristic human being with its intrinsic Buddha nature. This means the pressing down of the three human ‘poisons’ of ignorance, desire and hatred. The human being, in contrast to other living creatures, has the ability to choose right from wrong and by doing so building it’s personal karma. Both Buddha and human beings are now “space people”, therefore the halo has become an oxygen mask.

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : Two pieces (120x137cm) (47,3"x54")
  • medium : Mixed media on treated ply
  • year : 2014
  • price : € 6,500

SENSUALITY

9 Pillars
Project 06

SENSUALITY

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 50x40cm
  • medium : Scripture, raw pigments , and acrylic on cavas
  • year : 2009
  • price : € 6,000

FOUNDING BLOCKS

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

FOUNDING BLOCKS

The sculpture is made from left over wooden framing that I use for my large canvas art work. I join the small wooden blocks together just as we all piece together all the little pieces of our lives. Life is the interconnection of all living beings. I used mediums that may seem useless, transforming them into an expression of the sublime pure body of Buddha. I believe that everything on earth can be reused, have multiple purposes and be transformed. All we need to do is think with a wider more flexible perspective of the unexpected value and use things may have. Garbage then is no longer garbage. The blocks in my work began as garbage and then became a work of art called "Founding blocks".

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  • artist : Tashi Wangchuk
  • size : 92x77x43 cm
  • medium : Wooden blocks sculpture, acrylic and oil paints
  • year : 2015
  • price : € 5,800

TIME TRAVELLERS

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

TIME TRAVELLERS

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 180x122cm, 48.5x70.5”
  • medium : Mixed media on treated ply
  • year : 2015
  • price : € 5,400 (SOLD)

THE BLUE AND THE RED

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

THE BLUE AND THE RED

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 200 x 250
  • medium : Oil on denim (jeans)
  • year : 2014
  • price : € 4,800 available at the Heart House in Bussum, Netherlands

TIME TRAVELLERS SERIES


Tashi Norbu
Project 06

TIME TRAVELLERS SERIES

This painting is work out on the traditional measurement simplified towards minimalistic form of Medicine Buddha, who achieved bhuddhahood from the the eastern pure land  Vaiḍūryanirbhāsa "Pure Lapis Lazuli". There, he is attended to by two qualities of buddha nature symbolizing the light of the sun and the light of the moon.

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 150x100cm
  • medium : Mixed media, scriptures, stickers and acrylic on canvas
  • year : 2014
  • price : € 4,800 (option)

THE THREE PRECIOUS JEWELS (WITH MANJUSHRI)



Karma Phuntsok
Project 06

THE THREE PRECIOUS JEWELS (WITH MANJUSHRI)

The Buddha of Wisdom and Knowledge

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  • artist : Karma Phuntsok
  • size : 122x168cm
  • medium : Mixed media, acrylic on linen
  • year : 2007
  • price : € 2,800

CHAIRMAN MAO

Karma Phuntsok
Project 06

CHAIRMAN MAO

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  • artist : Karma Phuntsok
  • size : 101x120cm
  • medium : Oil on canvas
  • year : 2002
  • price : € 2,800

APHRODITE

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

APHRODITE

Goddess of love, beauty and sensuality

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 50x50cm
  • medium : Acrylic on canvas
  • year : 2012
  • price : € 2,500

GREEN TARA

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

GREEN TARA

Tara (སྒྲོལ་མ, Dölma) also known as Jetsun Dölma in Tibetan Buddhism, is a female Bodhisattva in Mahayana Buddhism who appears as a female Buddha in Vajrayana Buddhism. She is known as the "mother of liberation", and represents the virtues of success in work and achievements.

Tara is a tantric meditation deity whose practice is used by practitioners of the Tibetan branch of Vajrayana Buddhism to develop certain inner qualities and understand outer, inner and secret teachings about compassion and emptiness. Tara is actually the generic name for a set of Buddhas or bodhisattvas of similar aspect. These may more properly be understood as different aspects of the same quality, as bodhisattvas are often considered metaphors for Buddhist virtues.

Green Tārā, known as the Buddha of enlightened activity, also known for compassion, long life, healing and serenity; also known as The Wish-fulfilling Wheel, or Cintachakra , associated with wealth and prosperity, a form of Tārā widely practiced at the level of Highest Yoga Tantra in Tibetan Buddhism, portrayed as green

The main Tārā mantra is the same for Buddhists and Hindus alike: oṃ tāre tuttāre ture svāhā. It is pronounced by Tibetans and Buddhists who follow the Tibetan traditions as oṃ tāre tu tāre ture soha.

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 70x50cm
  • medium : Acrylic on canvas
  • year : 2015
  • price : € 2,500

COMPASSIONATE PRINCESS 

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

COMPASSIONATE PRINCESS 

Virtuous and enlightened activity

This is an interpretation of a universal goddess inspired from Tara and having half of my life spend in the west , one adapts to its culture of angles, gods and goddesses in western forms. Such is my version of a Tara a tibetan goddess , But i wanted to tell a story of Tara's origin, according to the Tara Tantra, recounts that aeons ago she was born as a king's daughter. A spiritual and compassionate princess, she regularly gave offerings and prayers to the ordained monks and nuns. She thus developed great merit, and the monks told her that, because of her spiritual attainments, they would pray that she be reborn as a man and spread Buddhist teachings. She responded that there was no male and no female, that nothing existed in reality, and that she wished to remain in female form to serve other beings until everyone reached enlightenment, hence implying the shortfall in the monk's knowledge in presuming only male preachers for the Buddhist religion. Thus Tara might be considered one of the earliest feminists.

Exhibited in ‘de Nieuwe Yogaschool’ (Amsterdam)
http://denieuweyogaschool.nl/kunst-in-de-school

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 100x100cm
  • medium : Scriptures and acrylic on canvas
  • year : 2014
  • price : € 2,500

FOUNDING BLOCKS

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

FOUNDING BLOCKS

In dit drie dimensionale werk is de Boeddha opgebouwd uit basis blokken van verschillende grootte. Deze houtblokken zijn omwonden met de tekst “Om Mani Padme Hum”, een mantra waarmee de wens wordt uitgesproken dat alle levende wezens zich verder mogen ontwikkelen in de richting van de verlichting; dat de staat van het Boeddhaschap, vanuit het mededogen, verder ontwikkelt mag worden vanuit de bron die er al is. In die enkele woorden ligt niet alleen dit besloten, maar tevens de hele lering van het Boeddhisme. Deze tekst wordt vaak uitgesproken en in een gebedsmolen rond gedraaid zodat hij zoveel mogelijk wordt vermenigvuldigd om hiermee al het leven te kunnen bereiken. Het is een belangrijke basis voor de uit te dragen Tibetaanse compassie.

Het werk is in Zaandam gemaakt en bevat daarom ook de Nederlandse elementen als de tulpen en wat kleine poppetjes uit de museumwinkel van de Zaanse Schans. De groene kleur van de huisjes op de Zaanse Schans komen in dit werk ook terug. Net zoals Claude Monet hierdoor werd geïnspireerd voor verschillende schilderijen met dit onderwerp (1871).

Het toont dat er een goede verbinding kan zijn tussen deze verschillende wereldbeelden. Je kunt deze ‘founding blocks” ook relateren aan de zgn. Founding Fathers bij het oprichten van de nieuwe wereld, de huidige U.S.A. Op een goede, liefdevolle basis kun je door- ontwikkelen.

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 60x70cm
  • medium : Gemengde techniek, hout blokken, Tibetaanse heilige tekst, behandeld papier knipsels
  • year : 2011
  • price : € 3,800

SPRING

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

SPRING

Western newspapers where used as first layer of this painting, and Indian ink is used to draw flowers you can fin in thin lines. White pigments where used to create the glowing and fading effect around the Buddha’s head. Modern colorful magazines combined with acrylic paint creates this joyfully vivid Buddha, that’s represents blossoming, new life and happiness.

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 110x120cm
  • medium : Newspapers, acrylic, mixed media, Tibetan scriptures
  • year : 2012
  • price : € 3,600 (SOLD)

AWAKENED MIND

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

AWAKENED MIND

From the idea of the luminous mind emerged the idea that the awakened mind is the pure, undefiled mind. In the tathagatagarbha-sutras it is this pure consciousness that is regarded to be the seed from which Buddhahood grows.

When this intrinsically pure consciousness came to be regarded as an element capable of growing into Buddhahood, there was the "embryo of the Tathagata (=Buddha)" doctrine, whether or not this term is employed.

The implication of this doctrine is that enlightenment is the natural and true state of the mind.

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 50x70cm
  • medium : Enamal paints on hard canvas
  • year : 2014
  • price : € 2,500

NO EGO, NO DEMON

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

NO EGO, NO DEMON

Zolang er ego is, zijn er demonen. Als het ego er niet meer is verdwijnen ook de demonen.

I titled it as 'No Ego, No Demon' as it is also the Philosophy of tibetan female deity Machik Labdron, which the Thangka (museum collection) I will be explaining from a tibetan point of view.

Devadatta was een neef van de Boeddha. Hij werd van jongs af aan gekweld door jaloezie tegen zijn neef. Na het vergeefse samenspannen tegen Gautama, liet Devadatta een olifant ontsnappen die bekend is onder de naam Nalagiri of Dhanapala, om hiermee de Boeddha te doden. Het verhaal gaat dat toen deze olifant, die dronken was gevoerd door zijn oppassers, door het dorp van de Boeddha liep een vrouw zo liet schrikken dat ze haar baby aan de voeten van de Boeddha liet vallen. Op het moment dat de olifant op het punt stond om het kind te vertrappen, raakte de Boeddha geheel kalm het voorhoofd van de olifant aan. De olifant werd ook rustig en knielde voor de Boeddha neer.



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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 110x125cm
  • medium : Mixed media on aluminium plate
  • year : 2013
  • price : € 2,200

THE ELEMENT, FIRE

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

THE ELEMENT, FIRE

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  • artist : Tashi Wangchuk
  • size : 50x50cm, 19"x19"
  • medium : Indian ink, acrylic on canvas
  • year : 2014
  • price : € 2,500

ESSENCE OF BUDDHA NATURE 01

Tashi Norbu
Project 01

ESSENCE OF BUDDHA NATURE 01

At the beginning of the meditative process, a meditator cannot see the details of the Buddha image, but can only visualize its silhouette and contour, which is the essence of form.

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 40x30cm, 15.8"x11.8"
  • medium : Indian ink and acrylic op canvas
  • year : 2014
  • price : € 2,500

ESSENCE OF BUDDHA NATURE 02

Tashi Norbu
Project 02

ESSENCE OF BUDDHA NATURE 02

At the beginning of the meditative process, a meditator cannot see the details of the Buddha image, but can only visualize its silhouette and contour, which is the essence of form.

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 40x30cm, 15.8"x11.8"
  • medium : Indian ink and acrylic op canvas
  • year : 2013
  • price : € 2,500

ESSENCE OF BUDDHA NATURE 03

Tashi Norbu
Project 03

ESSENCE OF BUDDHA NATURE 03

At the beginning of the meditative process, a meditator cannot see the details of the Buddha image, but can only visualize its silhouette and contour, which is the essence of form.

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 40x30cm, 15.8"x11.8"
  • medium : Indian ink and acrylic op canvas
  • year : 2011
  • price : € 2,500

ESSENCE OF BUDDHA NATURE 04

Tashi Norbu
Project 04

ESSENCE OF BUDDHA NATURE 04

At the beginning of the meditative process, a meditator cannot see the details of the Buddha image, but can only visualize its silhouette and contour, which is the essence of form.

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 40x30cm, 15.8"x11.8"
  • medium : Indian ink and acrylic op canvas
  • year : 2014
  • price : € 2,500

FORMLESS

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

FORMLESS

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 50x50cm
  • medium : Indian ink, scripture, acrylic on canvas
  • year : 2014
  • price : € 2,500 (SOLD)

BUDDHA IN MIND, IN THE TIME OF CHAOS


Tashi Norbu
Project 06

BUDDHA IN MIND, IN THE TIME OF CHAOS

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 80x120cm
  • medium : Indian ink, acrylic, enamel paints on aluminium plate
  • year : 2013
  • price : € 2,500

FORMLESS BODY 'DHARMAKAYA' (1/3)

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

FORMLESS BODY 'DHARMAKAYA' (1/3)

Tashi's  newest works including “The Three Buddhas.”

“The Three Buddhas is the realization of the three kayas — Dharmakaya, Sambhogakaya, and Nirmanakaya. These are the three bodies of Buddha’s being or enlightenment. Dharmakaya corresponds with one’s mind, Sambhogakaya with one’s speech, and Nirmanakaya with one’s body. Dharmakaya is the formless body. It is an undifferentiated state of being which we cannot talk about in terms of either confusion or enlightenment.” 
An article written on these three series of paintings . http://www.tibetanmuseum.org/tibetan-contemporary-artist-tashi-norbu-lectures-at-the-museum

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 50x50cm
  • medium : Scriptures and acrylic on canvas
  • year : 2014
  • price : € 2,000 (SOLD)

UNTITLED

Rabkar Wangchuk
Project 06

UNTITLED

Inspiration from Tibets situation, Milarepa lifting the map of Tibet in the air, with image of Avaloketeshvara in the centre figure of the map on top of potala (the palace of Dalai lama`s in Tibet).

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  • artist : Rabkar Wangchuk
  • size : 70x50cm, 27"x19"
  • medium : Acrylic on canvas
  • year : 1998
  • price : € 1,800

GESTURES OF TIBETAN DEITIES

9 Pillars
Project 06

GESTURES OF TIBETAN DEITIES

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  • artist : Tashi Wangshuk
  • size : 50x50cm
  • medium : Scripture, raw pigments , and acrylic on cavas
  • year : 2014
  • price : € 1,500

PINK BLOSSOM

Tenzin Ngawang Melung
Project 06

PINK BLOSSOM

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  • artist : Tenzin Ngawang Melung
  • size : 92x107cm
  • medium : Mixed media, acrylic on linen
  • year : 2014
  • price : € 1,500 (SOLD)

BE THE FLOWER, NOT THE BEE

Tashi Wangchuk
Project 06

BE THE FLOWER, NOT THE BEE

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  • artist : Tashi Wangchuk
  • size : 50x50cm, 19"x19"
  • medium : Indian ink, acrylic on canvas
  • year : 2014
  • price : € 1,400 (SOLD)

COSMOLOGY

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

COSMOLOGY

Fundamental to the Tibetan worldview is the artistic and symbolic representation of the cosmos called a mandala. Although representing a three-dimensional structure, mandalas can be two-dimensional paintings on cloth as well as the famous temporary sand-mandalas which are created for specific rituals. Mandalas can also be generated mentally or symbolized through intricate hand gestures called mudras.
In Tibetan astro science, two distinct flat-earth, stationary, geocentric cosmologies are recognized, both developed in India and later translated into Tibetan. The first is the Abhidharma system, expounded in the 4th or 5th century Indian text Abhidharmakosha (Treasury House of Knowledge) by Vasubandhu, and the Kalachakra system (Wheels of Time), whose root text was translated into Tibetan in 1027 A.D.
Both systems are mandala-like world systems made of concentric oceans and mountain ranges centered around an axis, Mount Meru. The known world exists on one of the four major continents (with other minor accompanying continents), the southern continent, called Jambudvipa. Mount Meru is lapis-blue on our side, which explains why it cannot be seen, but instead blends in with the sky's color. The heavenly bodies orbit around Mount Meru. The cosmic mandala pictured in the header above shows a bird's eye view of Mount Meru and the orbits of the planets (including sun and moon).

The world system, with its complex layered base, floats in space, and is only one of an immense number of such world systems, termed the trichili-cosm (a number usually considered to be over a billion). The most obvious differences between the two cosmological systems are geographic and geometric, such as the shape of Mount Meru. Compare the pictures below for more details.
To the Tibetans, the existence of two seemingly conflicting cosmological systems is not a problem, as neither is meant to be a complete representation of the universe as it is actually observed by scientists. As with all constructions such as mandalas and meditational deities, they serve different purposes and different audiences. For example, the Kalachakra cosmology is used philosophically to draw connections between cycles in the universe and those of human existence; and in an astronomical sense to develop a complex lunar calendar.
Another central idea in Tibetan Buddhism is the concept that the Buddha taught many different kinds of texts and meditational systems because there is no "one size fits all" when it comes to the road to enlightenment. Different practitioners have different intellectual and emotional capacities, and therefore different teachings are required to reach all possible students

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  • artist : Tenzin Ngawang
  • size : 110x110cm
  • medium : Mixed media, enamel paint, colored sand, Tibetan scriptures on treated wooden board
  • year : 2010
  • price : € 1,200

SOCCER MONKS

9 Pillars (Passa Topgay)
Project 06

SOCCER MONKS

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  • artist : 9 Pillars (Passa Topgay)
  • size : 87x106cm
  • medium : Acrylic on canvas
  • year : 2013
  • price : € 900

BODHISATTVA

Tashi Wangchuk
Project 06

BODHISATTVA

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  • artist : Tashi Wangchuk
  • size : 50x50cm, 19"x19"
  • medium : Indian ink, acrylic on canvas
  • year : 2014
  • price : € 480

THE LIGHT WITHIN

9 Pillars Art Studio
Project 06

THE LIGHT WITHIN

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  • artist : 9 Pillars Art Studio
  • size : 40x30cm, 15.8"x11.8"
  • medium : Scriptures and acrylic on canvas
  • year : 2015
  • price : € 320

COSMOLOGY AND BIG BANG

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

COSMOLOGY AND BIG BANG

Fundamental to the Tibetan worldview is the artistic and symbolic representation of the cosmos (or some aspect of it, such as the palace of a specific meditational deity) called a mandala. Although representing a three-dimensional structure.

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 40x120cm
  • medium : Enamel, acrylic, scripture on cancas
  • year : 2015
  • price : Collection of Trace Foundation NY

DEBATE ON EMPTINESS NATURE OF NIKE AND ADIDAS

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

DEBATE ON EMPTINESS NATURE OF NIKE AND ADIDAS

The Buddhist view of our cosmos is one of a continuing existence and change. The birth of the cosmos, the expanding growth of it, the planets becoming a place for life of the souls, the collapse of the cosmos and its consecutive rebirth is an idea inherent to its tradition.

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 100x120cm
  • medium : Pigments, tibetan buddhist scriptures, acrylic on canvas
  • year : 2014
  • price : SOLD to the Collection of Trace Foundation NY

DIMENSION SHAMBALA

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

DIMENSION SHAMBALA

Shambahla is a mystique and mythical kingdom, like e.g. the Garden of Eden as it is described in the Bible. In Shambahlah you will encounter a loving atmosphere, there is enough food, no hatred and the inhabitants are wise and healthy and become of old age. The figures in this painting are the happy people living in this kingdom.

One the one hand, this realm exists in your own heart; it is symbolically represented by the 8 leaf Lotus flower. On the other hand many Tibetans think that Shambahla is an existing place on this earth. Some believe it lies in the Kundun Mountains in Tibet, or in the neighborhood of Mongolia and the Sinkiang province in China, or on the North pole. Other ideas are that Shambahla is not visible to our eyes and that it exists in another dimension or at another planet.

The clouds represent happiness, peace and unity of power. At the same time, these clouds hinder us our sight to the real truth. Clouds may come and go, just like our thoughts and brainstorms, whereas everything in fact is clear at that very moment.

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 170x160cm
  • medium :Mixed media, acrylic, Indian ink and Tibetan block printing technique
  • year : 2014
  • price : SOLD

SILVER BUDDHA

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

SILVER BUDDHA

Deze levensgrote weergave van de Boeddha vertegenwoordigt de "gewone man" in de westerse wereld. Na een dag van hard werken, drinkt hij nog even een biertje in de kroeg of thuis op de bank. Wellicht omgeven door de Hollandse tulpen. Soms komen dan ook de beste ideeën naar boven! Je kunt aan deze mens van buiten niet zien of hij wel of niet leeft, zich manifesteert, volgens de wijsheidsregels zoals die van Boeddha afkomstig zijn. De aluminium platen zijn met ijzerdraadjes bevestigd aan de binnenstructuur van ijzeren draden.

Op 30 maart 2014 zal met dit beeld een afsluitende ceremonie plaatsvinden, buiten bij de ingang. De zandmandala, met vuur elementen, die gemaakt wordt door Tashi Norbu en zijn assistent kunstenaars op vrijdag 29 en zaterdag 30 maart, zal vernietigd worden. De aanwezige bezoekers krijgen hiervan een gedeelte mee in een Tibetaanse gebedsvlaggetje voor thuis en de rest van het zand wordt gemengd met brandstof en op de Boeddha gestrooid en aangestoken. Dit proces zal worden gefilmd en hoort bij deze kunstuiting. Uiteindelijk zal de "verbrande Boeddha" opnieuw een plaats in het museum krijgen.

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size :
  • medium : ijzeren geraamte bekleed met aluminium platen
  • year : 2011
  • price : Collection of State Bihar (India)

PRIMORDIAL UNION OF WISDOM AND COMPASSION



Tashi Norbu
Project 06

PRIMORDIAL UNION OF WISDOM AND COMPASSION

It represents the primordial union of wisdom and compassion, depicted as a male deity in sexual union with his female consort. The male figure represents compassion and skillful means, while the female partner represents insight. The symbolism is associated with Anuttarayoga tantra and, while there are various interpretations of the symbolism in twilight language, the male figure is usually linked to compassion (karuṇā) and skillful means (upāya-kauśalya), while the female partner to "insight". Tashi used the modern day technique of universal art languge to cerate this image.

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 115x115cm
  • medium : Mixed media, acrylic, gauche, oil, indian ink, raw pigments on treated wooden panel
  • year : 2014
  • price : SOLD

THE CLOUDS

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

THE CLOUDS

In this painting Buddha has touched the earth. Bhumisparsha means 'touching the earth'. It is more commonly known as the 'earth witness' mudra. This mudra, formed with all five fingers of the right hand extended to touch the ground, symbolizes the Buddha's enlightenment under the bodhi tree, when he summoned the earth goddess, Sthavara, to bear witness to his attainment of enlightenment.

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 70x50cm
  • medium : Acrylic on canvas
  • year : 2014
  • price : SOLD

TULIPISM

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

TULIPISM

In this 2-dimensional painting a variety of techniques are used. In the background you find the Tibetan mantra Ohm Mani Padme Um printed on a treaded wooden panel. The black and white used in the background makes the colorful Shakiamuni Buddha dominant in his presence. Thick paper cuts where used in the shape of tulips and hearts, representing life and joyfulness.

“In this painting I express my gratitude for the both the cultures that I could learn from, the eastern wisdom and western knowledge. Also, in the west it is very common to give flower. In Tibet this could be considered as taking life. As a child I was learned very strictly to let the flower grow in its natural habitat. With this painting I hoped to find a middle way approach.” - Tashi Norbu

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 110x80cm
  • medium : Mixed media, paper cuts, self-made scriptures, Dutch souvenirs, acrylic
  • year : 2013
  • price : ORIGINAL SOLD (Museum quality prints on aluminium plates are available)

IMPRESSIONS OF A BUDDHA

Tashi Norbu assisted by Tenzin Phuntsok
Project 06

IMPRESSIONS OF A BUDDHA

Buddha means "awakened one" or "the enlightened one." "Buddha" is also used as a title for the first awakened being in an era. In most Buddhist traditions, Siddhartha Gautama is regarded as the Supreme Buddha of our age.
Buddha, was a sage on whose teachings Buddhism was founded. A native of the ancient Shakya republic in the Himalayan foothills, Gautama Buddha taught primarily in northeastern India.

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu assisted by Tenzin Phuntsok
  • size : 86x86cm
  • medium : Mixed media
  • year : 2014
  • price : SOLD

TIME TRAVELLERS


Tashi Norbu
Project 06

TIME TRAVELLERS

My painting "Time Travellers". It is a true feeling finding the true wisdom or `Altruistic` intention to become enlightened, compassion and love. The monks flying symbolysis the sensation of being able to change their body at will and of levitating through space and of performing miracles. They could freely and without obstacles explore the entire universe from one end to the other visiting all the Buddha realms and listening to the teachings. They are able to fly through space. They are now working for the good of sentient beings. They will be reborn again and again and help and teach Sentient beings (all living creatures) until and unless all sentient beings are enlightened.

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 122x180cm
  • medium : Mixed media, raw pigments, tibetan scriptures, acrylic and oil paint on treated compressed plywood
  • year : 2015
  • price : SOLD

CORRESPOND WITH ONES SPEECH, SAMBHOGAKAYA (2/3)



Tashi Norbu
Project 06

CORRESPOND WITH ONES SPEECH, SAMBHOGAKAYA (2/3)

Tashi`s  newest works including “The Three Buddhas.”

“The Three Buddhas is the realization of the three kayas — Dharmakaya, Sambhogakaya, and Nirmanakaya.
Sambhogakaya refers to ”body of enjoyment”,
It's a celestial manifestations of oneself. It's a "subtle body of limitless form", such as experiencing through visionary experiences.

According to tradition, those skilled in meditation, such as advanced Tibetan meditators as well as other highly realized Buddhists, may gain access to the Sambhogakaya and receive direct transmission of doctrine or enlightenment.
This is where an advanced practitioner is walled up in a cave or sewn inside a small yurt-like tent shortly before death. For a period of a week or so after death, the practitioners' body transforms into a Sambhogakaya light body, leaving behind only hair and nails.

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 50x50cm
  • medium : Scriptures and acrylic on canvas
  • year : 2014
  • price : SOLD

CORRESPOND WITH ONES SPEECH, NIRMANAKAYA (3/3)



Tashi Norbu
Project 06

CORRESPOND WITH ONES SPEECH, NIRMANAKAYA (3/3)

 Nirmanakaya. 'the dimension of ceaseless manifestation' is defined as a 'form body' that arises from the ruling condition of the sambhogakaya and appears as the tamer of various beings, both pure and impure.
In Tibetan Buddhism the nirmanakaya is envisioned as the manifestation of enlightenment, in an infinite variety of forms and ways, in the physical world. It is traditionally defined in three ways.

• One is the manifestation of a completely realized Buddha, such as Gautama Siddhartha, who is born into the world and teaches in it;

• An ordinary being who is blessed with a special capacity to benefit others: a tulku;

• A being through whom some degree of enlightenment works to benefit and inspire others through various arts, crafts, and sciences.



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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 50x50cm
  • medium : Scriptures and acrylic on canvas
  • year : 2014
  • price : SOLD

GODESS OF LIBERATION

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

GODESS OF LIBERATION

Tara (སྒྲོལ་མ, Dölma) also known as Jetsun Dölma in Tibetan Buddhism, is a female Bodhisattva in Mahayana Buddhism who appears as a female Buddha in Vajrayana Buddhism. She is known as the "mother of liberation", and represents the virtues of success in work and achievements.

Tara is a tantric meditation deity whose practice is used by practitioners of the Tibetan branch of Vajrayana Buddhism to develop certain inner qualities and understand outer, inner and secret teachings about compassion and emptiness. Tara is actually the generic name for a set of Buddhas or bodhisattvas of similar aspect. These may more properly be understood as different aspects of the same quality, as bodhisattvas are often considered metaphors for Buddhist virtues.

Green Tārā, known as the Buddha of enlightened activity, also known for compassion, long life, healing and serenity; also known as The Wish-fulfilling Wheel, or Cintachakra , associated with wealth and prosperity, a form of Tārā widely practiced at the level of Highest Yoga Tantra in Tibetan Buddhism, portrayed as green

The main Tārā mantra is the same for Buddhists and Hindus alike: oṃ tāre tuttāre ture svāhā. It is pronounced by Tibetans and Buddhists who follow the Tibetan traditions as oṃ tāre tu tāre ture soha.

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  • artist : Tashi Wangchuk
  • size : 120x90cm
  • medium : Mixed media on aluminium plate
  • year : 2014
  • price : SOLD

ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM IN TIBETAN ART

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM IN TIBETAN ART

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 100x70cm
  • medium : Acrylic on canvas
  • year : 2014
  • price : SOLD

CUPID

Tashi Norbu
Project 06

CUPID

Here's Prof. Carole's commentary and my poetry for Tibetan Artist Tashi Norbu's great piece tributing Charlie Hebdo.

Great work Tashi Norbu la!

ང་ཡི་སྨྲ་ལྕེ་ཁྱེད་ཀྱིས་བསྐུམས།།
ང་ཡི་གཞིས་ཀ་ཁྱེད་ཀྱིས་འཕྲོགས།།
འོན་ཀྱང་རང་དབང་མེ་ལྕེ་འདི་།།
ཁྱེད་ཀྱིས་ནམ་ཡང་གསོད་མི་ཐུབ།།

You slit my tongue
You swallowed my land
but you could never douse
the fire of freedom

by Dhondup Tashi Rekjong

"Has Cupid shot the Buddha? In this painting, Tibetan artist Tashi Norbu portrays a Buddha in flames, burning in response to Chinese oppression in Tibet. The Buddha burns and so do Tibetans. Since 1998, 142 Tibetans have set themselves on fire. They are represented here in 142 pencils “shot” into the Buddha. An off-stage Cupid holds his bow tightly, drawing back not arrows of love to shoot, but pencils. Pencils are signs of education, instruments that might open one to the world, to thinking about culture, religion, and politics in new ways. For Tashi Norbu, these are not just any pencils, but the Nataraj pencils that Tibetan refugees in India grow up using. The same Nataraj pencils with which he did his first drawings, and that now, shot into the Buddha, connecting Tibetans in exile with those self-immolating inside Tibet.
In his newest painting, Tashi Norbu as Cupid shoots pencils into the Buddha. One says rang bstan/independence, and one says "Je suis…", connecting Tibetans everywhere to advocates of freedom" - Carole McGranahan.

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  • artist : Tashi Norbu
  • size : 115X75cm
  • medium : Acrylic on canvas
  • year : 2015
  • price : not available

Tibetan contemporary art Greeting Cards

Project 06

Tibetan contemporary art Greeting Cards

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6 Greeting Cards
2015
4x6 inches
plastic covers
white envelopes

$10 (free shipping)

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ArtPrints Available

Tibet Art Now - 2009
Tibet Art Now 2.0 - August 6, 2015
Held in Amsterdam, of Tibetan contemporary art at the NDSM shipyard in Amsterdam. Some of the leading contemporary Tibetan artists of the art world has joined in Amsterdam.

This unique exhibition showed censored artworks; because of political or religious issues, the conflict between identity, traditions, spirituality and existence.

And the power of beauty.

To support these unique initiative and to be able to continue such projects in the future, to promote Tibetan Contemporary artists around the world, we are making this possible by offering certificated art prints on museum specifications. We are aiming to create a collection of outstanding artprints from a wide varities of our Tibetan artists.

Please order the art works which you have liked and we will create that.

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TIME TRAVELLER
by Tashi Norbu
60x90cm / 23,5"x35"

All the Artprints made by are museum quality. Therefor we need some time to produce your print; in general it takes 2 weeks for production + time for delivery.
Artprint are printed with state-of-the-art digital printing technology, applied to aluminum sandwich material and finished with 3 mm clear acrylate. At the back of the Artprint we attach aluminum U-profiles for ‘blind’ montage to your wall. You do not have the frame the Artprint. Cleaning the Artprint can be done with a soft soapy towel, be aware: acrylate is sensitive for scratching. For removing scratches you can use a liquid polishing medium.