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J.Bolortuvshin’s imaginative dreams

By B.Tungalag

Today we are looking at the artwork of the young artist, J.Bolortuvshin, as featured on the Arts and Culture page of Today Newspaper. Every artwork by the artist depicts her feelings, thoughts, senses, humanity, dreams and instincts with a feminine touch. J.Bolortuvshin once said, “I see the most beautiful brightness and purest things from children. So I like to express the context of my artwork through children.”

 

Forever light

 This painting is the artist’s calling card. The painting symbolizes natural law and life. The green represents nature. One pendant on the woman’s headpiece represents a man, another represents a woman. Women enlighten the world and coordinate family finances, which is why the sun and a wishing jewel are included in the pendant. The horse represents the luck of man.

The painting shows human life starting like a blossoming flower and ending like a lit cresset. The headpiece of the woman is uniquely Mongolian.

Like an air 

 

In this painting, the artist compares memory to air, because both memory and air do not seem to exist near us but we feel happiness and sadness through them. Some part of our past lives are kept in the human brain as memory. But some parts of past lives disappear like bubbles. A girl remembering is depicted in the painting and bubbles express time floating away.

 

 

Color of a day

 J.Bolortuvshin captures a hot, sunny and cloudless day in her painting. A beautiful, vermillion-haired girl represents a hot summer day. The heat of the sun emanates from the girl’s hair.

 

 

 

 

Hairy shell

 Hair is the shell of a human body, in the artist’s opinion. The woman in the painting is out of her shell, but another person is waiting her to return to it. Two people exist in one body. Sometimes we do the opposite of what we want, or of what’s in our best interest. In this painting, the person inside is waiting for their other self to come back to reality.

 

 

 

That’s it

 J.Bolortuvshin had a dream like this. She was documenting all of her dreams for a while, picking up her brush and painting before she forgot her dream. In this dream painting, she depicts herself as the sun and is watching her inner world. The girl in the painting is also looking within. A lock puzzle toy in the painting represents that the little girl has not realized who she really is so far.

 

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