Himalayan Arts Gallery offers you a wide variety of thanka paintings created by dedicated artists who believed in art, discipline, and hardship. We are registered to the Nepal government, and member of the Nepal Handicraft Association, Nepal Chamber of Commerce and China chamber of commerce.
It is a family-owned gallery where Bijay Lama Moktan, is managing the gallery while the father and mother both are artists taking care of the workshop with more than 20 artists. It is located in 270 Ashok galli, Jyatha, Thamel one of the most popular tourist hubs in Kathmandu. So, whenever you get an opportunity to visit Thamel, we would be happy to welcome you in and enjoy Nepali tea together :).
We have been showcasing our products in various cities of the USA, Europe, and Asia including Los Angles, San Francisco, Italy, France, Switzerland, German, Portugal, China, Indonesia, Thailand, India, Bhutan.
We conduct thangka painting classes for beginners to advance level. Do not hesitate to contact us if you are interested to join us.
Buddhiman Tamang, a well-known and dedicated master, has been painting thangka for 40 yrs. His beautiful creations can be found in this website as well. Beside painting thangka, he has provided thangka painting lessons to number of students, both national and international. He conducts free thangka classes to the one who really admire the art and are from financially deprived communities. For him thangka paintings or art is not only an image we see on the canvas, but also a sacred art which carries glorious pride and histories, philosophies of Buddhism and connectedness of the Buddhist people and tradition.
Bijay(Bj), an artist and the owner of a gallery Himalayan Arts Gallery located in Thamel, Kathmandu. He has in this business for more than 20 years. He has not limited his arts (family’s creation) only in Nepal. He has been taking part in various international arts and handicraft exhibitions to promote locally created arts in global arena. For this he has visited India, Bhutan, Indonesia, Thailand, China, Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, USA and still exploring potential countries. He loves to create unique pieces blending modern and traditional thanka painting styles. He along with his father and brother (by profession a tattoo artist) has created few unique pieces for international buyers.