Dreaming in color


Member artist of Blue Moon Art Gallery, E.Gansukh, is presenting his solo exhibition “Undreamed Dream”, on display through November 27.
All of his paintings capture nature and horses. He has been researching the traditions of Mongols, especially the culture of horses, for ten years. His research has been combined with his minimalist style and has resulted in more than 30 paintings for this exhibition.
A dream is a very interesting thing. Sometimes we meet people we would never meet in real life. Sometimes we see the future in our dreams and sometimes we just dream about the present. In that way, dreams become a second, unlimited universe for human beings. The exhibition gives us the chance to dream of scenes from many years ago, including the Mongolian traditions of our ancestors.
Most of E.Gansukh’s paintings are very bright and include sharp colors, but the painting “Shuteen” (pride) was created in soft colors. When I looked into that painting I felt the calm of the gentle palette, and also a great sense of pride in the beauty in front of me.
As the country develops, people tend to live in urban areas and leave behind the traditional ways of life. People say that Mongolia is one of the only countries preserving traditional ethnic lifestyles for many generations. It seems E.Gansukh is empowering us all by showing his respect and pride in Mongolian tradition.

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