Art Of Tibet is a leading Himalayan art and crafts Manufacturer, Wholesaler and Supplier since 1995.
Who we are?
Our studio is located in Kathmandu, Nepal and our European branch is located in Stockholm, Sweden. We offer a fine collection of original thangka paintings as well as other selective high quality handicrafts, malas, singing bowls, and statues. We can proudly announce that we have 20 years of experience in the handicrafts world, time that has made us learn about the demand of our valuable products by customers from all over the world.
Art Of Tibet is inspired by the philosophy of the Buddhist culture as we believe it can bring another perspective to the world. We strongly believe that art has the power to transform the world to the better state, no matter which kind.
The Himalayas: roots and heritage.
As artisans, we highly value the roots of our land, the Himalayas. That is why we want to offer the best products of our land without losing the essence of our heritage. All our handicrafts are made following the procedures that our ancestors taught us. By buying art from our shop you are contributing to the positive change in the wider Himalayan region.
Our primary goal is to give customers the best quality handicrafts at the most reasonable price with 100% satisfaction online or offline. We are good at translating ideas, turning your concept into a product.
All our products have been created with an Eco-friendly approach in order to preserve the beauty of our planet. Our goal is to offer fine quality art, while respecting the highest environmental standards. We are committed to making the Himalayas a sustainable place without losing our roots in tradition.
Mila is a professional Tibetan artist who has more than 20 years of experience in the TIbetan and Nepalese art world. For the moment, he is working with a team of 15 experienced artists who have been working as a team since 13 years. We like to think of us as a family and everyone in the team is part of it.
Our mission is to support Tibetan, Newari and Nepalese artisans and continue to find a market for their handcrafted goods. Many people ask us why our products do not come from Tibet. It is not an easy answer. Tibet is not free. The products sold and made in what was once a free Tibet are often made in Chinese factories and none of the revenue benefits Tibetans. We employ Tibetan, Newar and Nepalese artisans who have been involved in creating traditional items for generations. Our goal is to ensure that these traditional crafts remain viable in the 21st century and beyond by continuing to find markets for these traditional goods.
Every detail matters when it comes to our statues, our artisans come from a 5th generation crafting family who continue to use traditional techniques for these exquisite pieces of art. From hand carving, to painting delicate and detailed designs, each statue feels as unique as the artisan who created it. Here at the left you can see a member of our team, Rupa Nina Shrestha, hand painting a statue. Her work is unique and especially meaningful as it allows her to stay home while raising her two children.
We are the first shop to offer these masterpiece statues to the Western public.