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I am Ama Dablan, and Ama Dablan is meThis lady is a little sister to Everest, she is 6850 m. Ama Dablan means “Mother’s Necklace”, her beauty is outstanding, and she makes a wonderful mountain study. In the foreground there are memorials for lost souls in these mountains. oil, acrylic on canvas 140 x 110 cm 2012 Packaging and Shipping Paintings will be rolled
Jülcha at MerakAnother painting from the Pangong, and Julcha (Jülcha) in the Ladakhi language, a dialect to the Tibetan, means the “home of local spirits”, inhabiting the geographical vicinity around village Merak, a village shrine. The Julcha at Merak is situated above the village on a round hill, one hour walk up with equipment. At the foot
Lotse & Co.Lotse and Company is the Southern wall of the Himalayas right next to and below Mount Everest, the border between Nepal’s Solokumbu region in the south and Tibet (China) in the north. First – third of October, days before the first snow fall. It’s cloudless to 2 pm as if after morning meditation. The main peak
Pangong NorthPangong Lake is located on 4500 m in the Ladakhi Himalayas bordering to Tibet and it’s on the edge on human life in the high altitudes. The painting is a tribute to the mountains. In the traditional Tibetan tanka paintings they depict clouds in a manner which suggests a schematic simplification of the form, but
Pangong TsoThe painting was made at the Pangong Tso, or Pangong Lake, in August 2013. Located in Ladakh on 4500 m above sea level, the lake borders between India and Tibet (China). I camped at Merak village and the scenery is South-West from my point of view. The last and darker mountain range appearing on the top