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Tibetan girl displays hand painted postcards in Lhasa

Publish Time: 2016-07-27 Author: From: China Tibet Online

Photo shows the exhibition site  

Photo shows the exhibition site  

Photo shows the exhibition site  

Photo shows the exhibition site  

A painting exhibition was held in Lhasa, capital city of SW China's Tibet Autonomous region. The paintings are hand made by a Tibetan girl named Drung Geche from Ganan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of NE China's Gansu Province. 

Born in 1992, Drung Geche had a special interest in painting when she was young. At 12, Drung Geche acquainted a painter during pilgrimage to Lhasa and began to learn from him. 

Drung Geche has pained tents under the blue sky, elderly Tibetan women in their traditional costumes, and charming Tibetan girls, etc, all with one element-hometown. 

In Drung Geche's paintings, the color of the hometown is flowing with strong Tibetan culture." I used to live on the primitive glasslands, a place which enables flowers to blossom in coldness and somehow gives everything strength to grow, including me. My paintings embody my life and my hometown, which are so real and natural and form the spirit of my paintings."  

Photo shows Drung Geche 

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