Lives and Works: Ulaanbaatar
Tamir has spent his youth in a well-educated Mongolian family but was quickly confronted to the harsh reality of life in which he developed so many skills in so different domains. His grandmother taught him calligraphy and Tamir has surpassed her by further than far to become a true Calligraphy Master. And his life journey led him to France for quite a while. This has changed his mindset forever.
Back in Mongolia, the man is today an accomplished artist in a path leading him from pure calligraphy towards more abstract fine arts using black ink and rice paper as main media. However, his artworks are not at all abstract in his mind and they express lots of profound thoughts and passions that he alone can disclose when he is in confidence with the person.
Very serious about his art, Tamir is also a quite juvenile person taking life as it comes and making the best of every moment. He translates his passions onto the rice paper with the dancing curves of calligraphy that relate to the theme of humanity, to its diversity and to the challenges that it faces, or simply to its core values.
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