Smell the flowers


The annual group exhibition “Flowers” has opened at Blue Moon Art Gallery, marking the arrival of spring.
Blue Moon Art Gallery has been organizing the “Flowers” exhibition since 2013. This year, work by well known artists such as Ch.Dorjderem, B.Munkhzul, O.Zolbootuguldur, N.Orsoo, B.Baasansuren, and many others are being presented. Queen Spa is a sponsor of the exhibition.
With 60 artworks from over 50 artists, the exhibition consists of work in acrylic, oil, watercolor, felt, leather, silk batik, and handmade paper. The work in “Flowers” features linoleum block printing, Mongol zurag techniques, and pointillism. The majority of the works are still-life paintings, with a few exceptions by O.Zolbootuguldur and B.Delgertsetseg, who practice contemporary art.
The bright spring sun shines from the work in the gallery. Artist B.Bayantsengel’s “Smell” is a look at small buds in the rain seen through a window. The painting is so vivid that I almost felt myself smelling the rain.

“Flowers” is on view through March 10 and most of the artwork is available for purchase. Don’t risk missing out on seeing paintings that are bringing spring blossoms to UB before nature has.

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