Snow melody in town

The UB Post - - Front Page - By B.dUlGUUN

With the New Year’s Eve just around the cor­ner, Nor­phei Art Gallery has dec­o­rated its walls with stun­ning Christ­mas and win­ter art­work.

The new “Snow Melody” ex­hi­bi­tion dis­plays more than 50 art­works painted by art pro­fes­sor of the Mon­go­lian State Univer­sity of Arts and Cul­ture U.Gan­du­lam and her stu­dents.

The ex­hi­bi­tion will take your mind off of the freez­ing cold tem­per­a­ture and other nega­tive as­pects of win­ter and help you fo­cus on the beau­ti­ful mo­ments. For ex­am­ple, the beau­ti­ful bright moon shin­ing through­out the long night, snowflakes slowly twirling down from the sky, a view from the win­dow of the morn­ing sun re­flect­ing in the snow, quiet evening in the woods, hec­tic New Year’s Eve party crowded with peo­ple at Sukhbaatar Square, and sym­phony orches­tra play­ing happy mu­sic.

Only an artist has the able to make a paint­ing of fall­ing snow seem like it is fall­ing in a sweet melodic rhythm. This ex­hi­bi­tion will help vis­i­tors rem­i­nisce about their won­der­ful mem­o­ries re­lated to win­ter and be­come ex­cited for the New Year’s Eve.

The ex­hi­bi­tion will be open through Jan­uary 5 at Nor­pheri Art Gallery in BlueMon Cen­ter.

‘Deep in the Woods‘ by B.Te­muu­jin

‘Mem­ory‘ by S.Khovorkhon

‘Find­ing‘ by B.Te­muu­jin

‘Life of Hunters‘ by B.Te­muu­jin

‘New Year’s Eve’ by O.Shur

‘Soft‘ by S.Khan­dar­maa

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