Wales: New Gallery of Tibetan Calligraphy and Fine Art

 A Gallery solely dedicated to fine Tibetan scriptural art is perhaps the first of its kind in the western world? But is defiantly a first for internationally celebrated contemporary Tibetan calligraphy artist Tashi Mannox.
This September launched the “Tashi Gallery” pleasantly situated in the heart of the famous town of books Hay-on-Wye. This is a very popular destination for it’s surrounding beauty in Brecon Beacon National Park and hosts the yearly internationally acclaimed Hay Book Festival.
The picturesque Welsh border town nestles below the Black Mountains on the banks of the majestic River Wye, is a lively cosmopolitan town that boasts a wealth of arts and literature. Only such a town can comfortably accommodate a Gallery of Dharma art of Eastern origin.
Tashi Gallery exclusively offers original art masterpieces as well as excellent quality limited edition prints of Tashi Mannox’s complete works. Also for Eastern Calligraphy enthusiasts, there is an opportunity to select the finest quality Japanese seal inks, Tashi Mannox has collaborated with the oldest Japanese traditional seal ink makers to create four different color shades of vermilion pigments representing ‘The Four Season’.  This is also the first time such quality inks are made available in the West.
For information and photos, visit Tashi’s blog via the [link].

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