"Painting allows me to link the process of natural creation to the expression of an artistic creation. For me, art fills the yawing desire to remain connected to the perennially fecund cycle of life; it holds the tension between the fact that the artist is creator with the recognition that he is also created."
"As an artist, I seek out the visual and sensual nature of this harmony and bare expression of life. Sustaining the seeming spontaneity that appears in nature and relying on the guidance of my intuition and subconscious connects me to the natural state of being. Such a coupling counters any impulse to overanalyze as I create."
"To me, innate impulse is the origin of life. I theorize and infuse my work with this cosmogenic thinking, the dynamics of the Universe, as I strive to incorporate emotional content into my abstractions. My work is created through the incorporation of minerals, elements and raw natural materials, the underground matter and structure that surrounds me. All is intermingled."
Born in St. Petersburg, raised in Moscow and Ulan Bator, Mongolia, Zolbayar Uguumursaikhan, “A-goo-mur-sy-kan”, is an artist, who is as unique as his name.
Zol immigrated to the United States at the age of 13 with his father, a descendent of the honored Halha bloodline of Genghis Khan, and mother from Kalmykia, the only European Buddhists.
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