The art of Karma Phuntsok is a unique and dynamic expression of contemporary Buddhist Art. Though formally trained as a traditional Thanka painter, Karma applies different techniques and materials in his work, often creating futuristic expressions of the time-honoured craft.
I studied drawing and painting through my school years in India. In 1973 I studied Thanka Painting with a master of traditional Tibetan Thanka painting in Nepal. Since then I have been making paintings based on Tibetan Buddhist deities.
In 1981 I migrated to Australia and now live in the “Bush” north of Kyogle with my wife.
My paintings are collected world-wide, and published in various books and magazines. My recent paintings are mostly experiments, interweaving traditional techniques and symbols, with modern inspirations.
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