Tibetan Arts & Crafts

Tibetan Arts & Crafts

visiting small shops and workshops near the monasteries

Location: 

Chengguan Qu, Lasa Shi, Xizang Zizhiqu China

Duration: 

Sunday, September 3, 2017

Personal highlights

  1. Visiting workshops near the monasteries
  2. Watching artists live creating masterpieces
  3. Traditional Tibetan art is very colorful
  4. Paintings, statues, a diverse set of art
  5. Tourism and souvenirs are widespread

Image sources

  1. Painting the head of a Buddha
  2. Spiritual Tibetan statues
  3. Shops and Workshops
  4. Color and paintings
  5. Artist at work

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