While I have provided some Updates On Additions to the Scriptorium, I have been somewhat remiss in noting recent changes to my Galleria. The latest additions to my collection are two works by Ulaanbaatar Artist Anunaran. She and her partner Dorje Derem, who is also an well-known UB artiste, just finished installing them.
Anunaran prepping her palette
Anunaran putting some finishing touches on her self-portrait
Anunaran putting some final touches on her self-portrait
Anunaran and her self-portrait
Anunaran and Dorje Derem with self-portrait (Dorje Derem’s name by the way, might be translated as “Vajra Guardian of Shambhala”, at least according to one interpretation).
Anunaran putting the final touches on her installation which I call “Dreams of Foxes”.
Making final adjustments
At the bottom of each hanging string is an image of a fox fashioned from felt. This is based on the Mongolian belief that if you hang an image of a fox over a baby’s crib the baby will not have bad dreams.
Anunaran and Dorje Derem with Foxes installion
Anunaran also helps organize a dance troop which performs at various places of interest; see Khökh Tamga Performance.
Performance artists at Aryaval Temple
Performing at Aryaval