Paris Inalco Tibetan exhibition Buddha's eyes Bhutanese King at Amankora exhibition 2018 Manjushri mantra Amankora Exhibition in Bhutan Supplication to Padmasambhava Copper coloured Pure Land Mountain of Padmasambhava Primordial Aa on Silver moon disc and golden Lotus Thötreng-tsal mantra Sacred Scripts book Sphere of Dharmata, Seventh edition of the Sharjah Calligraphy Biennial A detail from 'Primordial Purity, Golden World' from the Illuminated Iconographic series The Tibetan word for calligraphy 'Yig Gzugs' in a decorate High Uchen script style Traditional hand cut bamboo pens on examples of different Tibetan script styles Extracts from the Heart Sutra in Uchen script Tashi's studio brushes Like a Shadow detail Homage to Mahakala detail from the Black on Black series Three Jewels Thönmi Sambhota Thangka Tibetan Calligraphy Retreat 2016 White Mahakala eys
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One of the world's foremost contemporary Tibetan calligraphers. Dharma Artist Tashi Mannox innovates in technique and concept - but is firmly rooted in the integrity of the ancient tradition.
Two decades spent as a monk of the Kagyu order inform his practice. His

calligraphy and iconography

, while technically and aesthetically compelling, also acts to illuminate ancient Buddhist wisdoms.
Now residing near the Welsh border, Tashi regularly exhibits in New York, London, Moscow and Bhutan. This gallery hosts Tashi's calligraphic artworks, both historical and current.