Bring the world of Choki to you
Would you like to dedicate a little of your extra time helping us preserve cultures of antiquity? If yes, on behalf of the Choki team, we want to say THANK YOU!
You can review our list of volunteering opportunities below, then fill out the volunteer form and a representative from Choki will begin working with you one-on-one to find the best fit for your skills. We constantly look for all types of volunteers so keep an eye open to our listing!
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About our Paintings:
At Choki we showcase the most sacred traditional paintings from the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan, as well as Northern India and Tibet. Dedicated to protecting sacred arts, history and spiritual insight, CHOKI is sharing this beauty for the benefit of humanity.
The Bhutanese representative art forms in the paintings contain spiritual traditions and sacred teachings such as Sacred Deities and Ancient Mandalas, which incarnate the stories of Buddha and spiritual conquest of the self. Many of the artworks were brought to life from alumni of the CHOKI Traditional Art School in Bhutan, where young people live and train in traditional art techniques. The paintings are painstakingly created by individual artists, many taking up to fourteen months to complete. One incredible piece, “One Thousand Buddhas,” is an 8×8-foot painting with each brush stroke composed in meditation. Works of art such as this are for the benefit of all humanity fortunate enough to view such a masterpiece.
We are literally bringing historical sketches from ancient texts to life” says Casey Hartnett, founder of CHOKI.
Check out our last Art Exhibition ONE THOUSAND BUDDHAS
Our Bhutanese Art: