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Zayasaikhan Sambuu, 1975



I paint the styles and themes of Mongolian traditional painting with contemporary Asian art in "a bridge between old and new art". Scenes of ancient daily life, echoes of my nomadic, Central Asian roots, themes of Tibetan spirituality and traditional Japanese techniques all go into the unique mix and brings to my canvases. Using a technique that fuses watercolors, gouache, brush, and mixed media, I works with a warm yet somewhat dark palette. Many of My paintings depict noble or royal Mongolian women, all with costumes and hair styles drawn from traditional fashion designs of Mongolian nomadic aristocracy. These figures are often accompanied by wild animals such as snow leopards or wolves.
Exhibitions

2011 Vision of the future exhibition. Yokohama Japan
2011 Vision of the future exhibition. Wakayama Japan
2011 Vision of the future exhibition. Takamatsu Japan
2011 Nomad Man.Soho Art Gallery. Osaka Japan
2011 Art Expo New York NY USA
2011 Transnational art 2011 Contemporary art center Osaka Japan
2010 Nomad Man show tour UK
2010 Nomad Man show tour Europe
2009 Nomad Man exhibition Matsuyama Japan
2008 Nomad Man exhibition Niihama Japan
2008 solo show Brisbane Australia
2007 -2010 artist Galerie Elektra Sausalito CA USA
1999-2003 Solo art exhibitions Ulaanbaatar Mongolia
2001 Exhibition at German Embassy in Mongolia