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LHASA TRAIN


20 Artists from Tibet's capital interpret the arrival of the Beijing-Lhasa rail service in an exhibition first shown at Peaceful Wind, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA September 22 through October 15, 2006. In 2004 Peaceful Wind and the artists of the Gedun Choephel Artists Guild decided to collaborate on a group of paintings to mark this important event in Tibet's history. This exhibition is the result.


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  Jigme Trinley<br>Watching the Train
Jigme Trinley
Watching the Train
  Tsewang Tashi<br>West (Railway)
Tsewang Tashi
West (Railway)
  Gade<br>Railway Train
Gade
Railway Train
  Jhamsang<br>First Railway
Jhamsang
First Railway
  Tsering Nyandak<br>Pissing on the Tracks
Tsering Nyandak
Pissing on the Tracks
  Shelka<br>Last Caravan
Shelka
Last Caravan
  Yak Tseten<br>Self Portrait: A Trip to China
Yak Tseten
Self Portrait: A Trip to China
  Nortse<br>0067 No.1
Nortse
0067 No.1
  Angsang<br>Buddha vs. Train
Angsang
Buddha vs. Train
  Tserang Dhundrup<br>Man and Train
Tserang Dhundrup
Man and Train
  Dedron<br>Train
Dedron
Train
  Somani<br>Christina Dolma
Somani
Christina Dolma
  Keltse<br>Sky Road
Keltse
Sky Road
  Tsering Namgyal<br>Plateau Railroad
Tsering Namgyal
Plateau Railroad
  Tenzin Jigme<br>Three Emotions
Tenzin Jigme
Three Emotions
  Tenzin Jigme<br>Laughter
Tenzin Jigme
Laughter
  Penpa<br>Three Generations on Three Roads
Penpa
Three Generations on Three Roads
  Jangyung<br>Flown Away With Happiness
Jangyung
Flown Away With Happiness
  Zungde<br>Crowded Train
Zungde
Crowded Train
  Zhang Ping<br>Train
Zhang Ping
Train

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