Tibetan brushstrokes

A total of 35 pieces of Tibetan calligraphy by renowned artist Jamyang Dorjee Chakrishar are on display at "Yig-tsal: Calligraphy Art Of Tibet", at Serindia Gallery until Sept 30.

Held in collaboration with the Paccaya Foundation, this is the first time the Sikkimese artist, who has transformed Tibetan handwriting into beautiful art, has brought his works to Bangkok.

Jamyang is a master of Himalayan Buddhist art, and studied under masters Geshe Lobsang Tharchin and Prof Samdhong Rinpoche in Shimla, India. His work focuses on the u-med style, in which brushworks freely represent the depth, flexibility and artistic flavour of Tibetan calligraphy.

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