I am Batsukhin Soninbayar, and in 2014, I embarked on a journey to study the restoration of historical artifacts. However, upon completing my education, I decided to pursue my true passion for drawing and dedicate myself to creating my own art. From a tender age, I harbored a profound aspiration to become an artist and showcase my works in a personal exhibition. In 2022, I had the immense pleasure of realizing this lifelong dream as I proudly presented my inaugural solo exhibition, "Tsog," at the esteemed Mongol Art Gallery. This transformative experience has only fueled my ambition further, igniting a fervent desire to curate numerous exhibitions in the future, allowing my childhood dream to flourish and evolve.
Having spent my formative years amidst the serene landscapes of the countryside, my artistic inclination naturally gravitates towards the subject of rural life. In an era marked by the pervasive influence of globalization on social dynamics, the Mongolian mentality and nomadic lifestyle stand as the distinctive traits that set us apart from other nations. It is this realization that fuels my creative endeavors as I strive to capture and reflect upon the joyous moments of my own childhood. At the core of my artistic expression lies the profound belief that a nation can never truly sever its ties with its past. Through my work, I aspire to evoke a collective remembrance, urging individuals to cherish and preserve the essence of our heritage.