Anima Art Design School graduate L.Zolboo’s solo exhibition “World Like a Weeping Wind” is on view at Marshal Art Gallery through May 5.

L.Zolboo was born with spinal cord damage, and in the more than 30 artworks displayed in the exhibition, she tries to feature the beauty of nature and a bright future through the eyes of people living with disability. She also creates works that show how society sees people living with disability.

After graduating from Special School No.29, L.Zolboo began formal art studies at Anima Art Design School. She graduated in 2013 as a painter and has been creating art ever since then.

During her school years, L.Zolboo overcame every barrier she faced and became a top student. In 2013, she took part in the group exhibition “Uchirtai Gurav” with classmates B.Khatanbaatar and G.Uuganbayar.

“OWNER OF THE HERITAGE”
“OWNER OF THE HERITAGE”
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“MONGOL WOMAN”
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“CAMEL”
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“ENDLESS TIME”
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“DREAM MELODY”
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“EVERYTHING IS PROHIBITED”
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“CLOWNS”
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“LOST DESTINY”
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“BLUE LAKE”
"CHILDHOOD"
“CHILDHOOD”

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