KATHMANDU, May 16: Nepal Tourism Board and the Nepal National Ethnographic Museum launched Jan Salter’s ‘Faces of Nepal’ Web Page on May 15, 2018. The event was held at the Nepal Tourism Board, Brikhutimandap,graced by the Deputy Chief of Mission of the British Embassy in Nepal, DCM Alison McEwen. New web page www.jansalter.org will host the entire collection of more than 250 paintings and drawings.
Jan’s said that she would be proud if her work contributed in any way to a greater recognition and respect for the rich and varied cultures my ‘faces’ represent. It is a small and humble offering in comparison to what she has received from Nepal and its peoples.”
Many original pieces in this art collection will be available for sale on-line at a later date. According to the wishes of the artist, Jan Salter, the proceeds from the sale of her artwork will be donated to the Kathmandu Animal Treatment Centre (KAT) for the benefit of the people of Nepal.
Tourism Mail | 12th December, 2017
ARGHAKHANCHI, Dec 12: The Arghabhagwati Airport of the rural Nepal has gained its speed over the construction. The CAAN and the engineering company Arodrom Engineering Department has sealed agreement...
Tourism Mail | 18th July, 2017
A Hindu devotee offers prayers to Lord Shiva during first day of Shrawan Brata Festival in Pashupati Temple in Kathmandu, on Monday, July 17, 2017.