Tangse Dawa: a Tibetan artist’s obsession and perseverance to painting

Publish Time: 2017-04-07 Author: Tian Ruolin From: Kangba TV

“I paint it down because of its beauty rather than its implied or profound meanings, said Tangse Dawa, a Tibetan female artist. 

Born in Nyingchi City, Tibet Autonomous Region, Tangse Dawa loved to stay with her father and watch him painting when she was little, which enlightened her way of painting. 

Tangse Dawa’s obsession and perseverance to painting brought her the chance to study in China Academy of Art. After graduation, she went back to Lhasa and became an art teacher. 

Therein, she spent two years learning traditional thangka painting in Tibet University, which laid a solid foundation for her works to perfectly integrate contemporary art with traditional ethnic art characteristics. 

Tangse Dawa’s works are as simple, pure and refreshing as herself. In the fast-paced city, most people are impetuous, and only a few are willing to slow down to contemplate and introspect.  

Tangse Dawa sticks to her original intention and characteristics of painting. She can see beauty in a flower, a cloud, a monastery, a person, etc. and draw it down. 

Tangse Dawa devotes herself to promoting and inheriting traditional ethnic culture and art. She hopes to be an artist with strong belief and will never stop painting.  

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