The collection of the Tibetan Art Centre consists of thangka paintings, statues, ritualistic objects and musical instruments — about 200 works of art in total. The collection has mainly been acquired from Nepal. The statues are principally made of bronze, with a golden coating. The thangka paintings illustrate Buddhist tradition. They have been painted on a cotton canvas, and gold leaf has been used in them as well.

Avalokiteshvara — bodhisattva of compassion
Milarepa — enlightened 12th-century yogi who sang his teachings
Buddha the healer
Birth of the Buddha. The Buddha’s mother and the baby Buddha
Stupa — symbol for enlightenment. Gilded statue in the museum and 5-metre statue in the Samje Retreat Centre