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Batjargal .Ts

When he was a little boy, He wanted to be a driver like his father. He would sit in the front seat and observe the world around him. In one sense he was lucky because at that time very few people even had cars, but his childhood was also difficult because of his disability. Because he was always drawing the world that he saw around him, his mother encouraged him to become an artist by giving him paints, brushes, and pictures of famous paintings. At first, his paintings expressed sadness and frustration, his anger. They were dark and pessimistic paintings. One showed a disabled man in a pasture underneath a dark cloud, above which was God. What kind of God was it, he wanted to know, and that would leave a man in such misery? But these paintings only deepened his sense of frustration, his pessimism, so he began to paint the beautiful things that he saw around him – nature, portraits. He found, quite to his surprise, that his outlook changed. Through his art, he began to see the beauty in the world around him, despite the pain and suffering that is everywhere. Somehow, people can overcome their own difficulties. He began looking at the world and his life in a new way. He thought art at the University and paint in his mini studio. In that room, He was free to express the joy he feel for his wife and three children, and to produce things that will make people feel better, help them to cope with whatever problems and difficulties they had Sometimes he was asking why he is not an abstract painter as so many modern artists are. His answer was that so-called realism is much more than photography, although he sometimes used photographs in the process of creating a paintings. However one paints, one is searching, perhaps for something which cannot be found, the soul of a person, or a tree, or even a building. He was constantly learning new ways to explore the world around him through his work, and he was content in knowing that the search will deepen his understanding even though he couldn’t find the answers. Educational Background: 1987 College of Fine Art, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia Work Experience: 1987-1989 Artists, UMA branch, Erdenet city Since 1991 Freelance artists 1995 Freelancer of UMA
  • 2000 “87-00”group exhibition, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
  • 2001 “Theoretical Painting” group exhibition, Ulaanbaatar
  • 2000 “87-00”group exhibition, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
  • 2005 “Best painting of the year 2006” By Valiant Art, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
  • 2005 Dubai Index
  • 2006 “Best painting of the year 2006” By Valiant Art, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
  • 2006 Art Expo. Miami 2006
  • 2006 Art Expo, New York 2006
  • 2006 Chicago “Silk road Pacifistic”
  • 2006 Puro Arte, Vigo, Spain
  • 2007 Solo Exhibition with Valiant Art Gallery, Arnden Gallery London, England
  • 2007 Art Expo, New York 2007
  • 2007 Expo Art 2007, Montreal, Canada
  • 2007 Art Expo 2007, Las Vegas, USA
  • 2007 Mongolian Kingdom of the horse, Arndean Gallery, London
  • 2007 Art Ireland, Dublin, Ireland
  • 2008 Art Expo New York
  • 2008 Beijing International art Expo, Beijing, China
  • 2008 Latest art Work, solo exhibition in Valiant Art summer Ger gallery
  • 2008 Art Fair 2008, Dublin, Ireland
  • 2008 The Cork Art Fair, Cork city, Ireland
  • 2008 Art Ireland, Dublin, Ireland
  • 2009 Equine affair, Pomona,CA. USA
  • 2009 Art Ireland Spring Collection 09
  • 2009 Exhibition dedicated to the 370th anniversary of Ulaanbaatar city. Art gallery of UMA
  • 2009 Exhibition for Geology 70th anniversary of Ulaanbaatar city. Art gallery of UMA
  • 2009 Art Fair Europe 09
  • 2009 Callow Yard Art Exhibition. Isle of man
  • 2010 “Art Shopping” Carrousel Du Louvre, Paris, France
  • 2010 “International Equestrian Festival 2010” Downtown Lexington, Kentucky, USA
Awards: Second prize, exhibition of Geology 70 Diploma, Art Expo Beijing