Meet the Artist: Tsering Phuntsok

Studio Artist Tsering Phuntsok

Tsering has been studying Tibetan arts since 1981. A third generation Thangka painter, Tsering was influenced by and learned this traditional art from his late father, Jampa Kalsang. He has created paintings for Potala Palace, as well as the Drepung, Sera, Ganden, Tashi Lunpho and Sakya monasteries in Lhasa, Tibet. He has also created custom art at His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s residence and the Kalachakra Temple in Dharamsala, India. Tsering has produced many Thangka paintings for both government officials and private individuals.

His work has been widely exhibited throughout the U.S. and Europe. Tsering moved to the U.S. and joined EverGreene in 2003. He has contributed his expertise to many of the company’s mural, restoration and gilding projects.

“I’ve worked on murals, plasters, decorative painting, gilding, restorations, residential paintings and much more. One thing I could always love is that the work ethic here at EverGreene’s studio is very professional and friendly. We communicate well with each other, and that is immensely important to the success of the art we create.”

Here is an example of some of his work…

Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva Thousand Eyes and Thousand Hands

Eleven-Faces Thousand –Armed Avalokitesvara
Canvas, natural stone colors & 24 Karat gold 44” x 61”