Rinchen Sangpo is a talented artist skilled in Tibetan art, a skilled thangka painter (paintings depicting deities, usually in a frame of colored brocade), and a specialist in the technique of building sand mandalas.
Among his works executed in Tibet from 1983 to 1990, the masks and sculptures in wood and terracotta, the thangkas of numerous deities, the stupas, and the sacred paintings on the walls of the temples, are to be remembered.
In Australia from 1997 to 1999 he carved some statues in terracotta, concrete and polystyrene and gave his advice for the architectural construction of temples in the classical Tibetan style.
At the Lama Tzong Khapa Institute, together with other painters, he worked on the frescoes of the vault and columns in the temple of Chenresig as well as the large statue of Chenresig, previously used in Martin Scorsese’s film, Kundun. He is a master craftsman specialising in woodworking.