A spiritual and ritual symbol, a mandala represents the universe. It’s generally a square with four gates containing a circle with a centre point. It often exhibits radial balance and is employed as a spiritual teaching to establish a sacred space, and as an aid to meditation and trance induction. Because of its symmetrical shape, our attention is immediately directed to the centre. The design of the mandala absorbs the mind in rightful thought.
Medium: Natural Pigment
Exhibited In: Healing with Happiness
Price: Price on Request
Artwork Code: HWH30
Born 1985, from Lhuentse
I graduated from Trashiyangtse Zorig Chusum Institute in 2014. I currently manage the Green Pigment Arts company with the aim of producing the first natural pigment colours in the country. In 2016, I held my first exhibition at the Nehru Wangchuck Cultural Centre and in the following year an exhibition on Art and Raw Materials at the Royal Textile Academy. That same year, I won 2nd prize in the Start-up Innovation Tech Week. In 2019, I participated in the South Asia Art Expo in Kunming, China. In 2020, I was among the top 5 contestants in the Bhutan-India Start-up Summit. I also secured 3rd position in the traditional painting competition organised by the Royal Textile Academy of Bhutan.