The Regong Art Gallery, which shows the origin and development of the Regong culture, has a great collection of valuable collections.
Regong, that is, colleague, the meaning of golden valley. The only national historical and cultural city in Qinghai. Regong art developed with the prosperity of Longwu Temple. In the Tibetan and Tu nationality villages in this area, all the men in the village have inherited the Buddhist painting and sculpture art introduced from religious temples to the folk for hundreds of years. The large number of artisans and the exquisite group skills are amazing, so my colleagues It has the reputation of "the hometown of Tibetan painting".
Here is a concentrated display of the highest achievements of Regong art, as well as Tibetan medicine, intangible cultural heritage, folklore, artists and other content. It is definitely a place for all kinds of artistic vision.
This is a landmark building of the Huangnan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in Qinghai Province. It has a unique design style, a superior geographical location, a beautiful and hygienic environment. It is a leisure and entertainment venue for tourists and local residents.
Painting thangka is also a practice. Gesang Jiacuo, born in 1978, was born and grew up in the "world capital of thangka art"-Qinghai Tongren Regong. For decades, relying on his unremitting efforts to become the national intangible cultural heritage Regong thangka craft inheritance Painter, one of his masterpieces now costs tens of thousands of yuan. However, after he became famous, Gesang Gyatso was not complacent and greedy for pleasure. He established the "Regong Artist's Home". All the apprentices recruited were children from difficult families. Not only did he teach them to draw thangka for free, he also gave 100 yuan a day. "Salary". In addition, Gesang Jiacuo is also keen on public welfare and is willing to give good things. He has been rated as a local "helping others as a happy model" many times. It is said that Gesang means happiness, and Jiacuo means broad-mindedness. If painting thangka is also a practice, then teacher Gesang Jiacuo relied on this unique practice method to not only broaden his mind, but also bring joy and happiness to more people.