‘The Wind of Steppe’

Trans. by D.SERGELEN

D.Batnasan opened his eighth solo exhibition, “The Wind of Steppe” on August 23, at Blue Moon Art Gallery. The exhibition features more than 50 nature studies, scenes from daily life and urban themes.
There are few watercolor painters noted in the history of fine arts. D.Batnasan recognizes the importance and uniqueness of watercolors and has been painting in watercolor for the last five years.
His watercolors feature compositions of color and smooth transitions, with unique, airy qualities difficult to capture in other mediums. He works quickly to create what he wants to express through his art and presents what he feels in a real environment, tapping into his inner soul.
The artist runs the Masters of Mongolian Watercolors NGO to promote the special characteristics of watercolor, and he is now organizing an intensive, three-day watercolor workshop. D.Batnasan is also known as a writer and host of the “Listen to Classics Project” (Songodguudiig Sonsukhui) on Eagle Television.
“The Wind of Steppe” is on view through September 1.

Visit Blue Moon Art Gallery’s Facebook page for more information.

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