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Tibetan Designs

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Inspired by the living legacy of Tibetan art, this vibrant coloring book features 30 designs adapted from authentic scroll paintings and mandalas. Elaborate images depict Buddhas, deities, Tibetan astrology signs, ritual instruments, and other traditional motifs. Great for colorists, designers, and anyone with an interest in religious iconography.
Paperback, 32 pages
Published March 22nd 2002 by Dover Publications
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Marty Noble, a resident of Anna Maria, Florida is an artist, photographer and full time illustrator. Raised in Santa Barbara, California, she drew inspiration for her art from this 'Jewel of the Pacific' city, All four of her grandparents attended art school together in the mid-20's at the Cleveland School of Art and her maternal grandfather, George C Harper, went on to become a well known fine an ...more
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