Original artwork description:

A fabulous beauty looks mysteriously. Who is she?
I get inspiration from ethnic Buryat traditions and amazing fairy tales, which I shape into magical realistic work.
A special Buryat mythological motive - a woman, the Mother-Goddess by the tree.
The White Mistress of the forest sits alone on a tree and peers into the depths of the forest. The dark sky and stars on it complement the fabulous mystery of this night. We feel the silence of the forest and wait for miracles to happen.
Her Father, the owner of the forest, Khangai ezen or White Master of Forest, was considered a very rich deity, but his wealth lay in various kinds of animals: he had whole herds of elk with stallions - horses, red deer with stallions - deer... He rode huge black elk, which is why the Buryats considered it a sin to beat dark brown elk.

Materials used:

Old Holland Classic Oil Colors, Mussini Schminke Finest Artists oil colour

Tags:
#magical #fairy tale #mistical #a hostess of the forest #a tree and a blue moon 
A Goddess of a Forest (2015)
Oil painting
by Dolgor Dugarova

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A fabulous beauty looks mysteriously. Who is she?
I get inspiration from ethnic Buryat traditions and amazing fairy tales, which I shape into magical realistic work.
A special Buryat mythological motive - a woman, the Mother-Goddess by the tree.
The White Mistress of the forest sits alone on a tree and peers into the depths of the forest. The dark sky and stars on it complement the fabulous mystery of this night. We feel the silence of the forest and wait for miracles to happen.
Her Father, the owner of the forest, Khangai ezen or White Master of Forest, was considered a very rich deity, but his wealth lay in various kinds of animals: he had whole herds of elk with stallions - horses, red deer with stallions - deer... He rode huge black elk, which is why the Buryats considered it a sin to beat dark brown elk.

Materials used:

Old Holland Classic Oil Colors, Mussini Schminke Finest Artists oil colour

Tags:
#magical #fairy tale #mistical #a hostess of the forest #a tree and a blue moon 

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My name is Dolgor Dugarova. I am from Siberia, Russia and I live now in the Netherlands. Several years ago I lost my dearest people: my son, my mother, father... Read more

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