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This is the artists depiction of her home country Mongolia, in the winter. The owner of this piece will get the original to hang in their home forever and will be able to resell the art as many times as they like with 10% going back to the artist on each and every sale.

Mongolia is known as the "Land of the Eternal Blue Sky" or "Country of Blue Sky" (Mongolian: "Mönkh khökh tengeriin oron") because it has over 250 sunny days a year.

Most of the country is hot in the summer and extremely cold in the winter, with January averages dropping as low as −30 °C (−22 °F). A vast front of cold, heavy, shallow air comes in from Siberia in winter and collects in river valleys and low basins causing very cold temperatures while slopes of mountains are much warmer due to the effects of temperature inversion (temperature increases with altitude).

In winter the whole of Mongolia comes under the influence of the Siberian Anticyclone. The localities most severely affected by this cold weather are Uvs province (Ulaangom), western Khovsgol (Rinchinlhumbe), eastern Zavkhan (Tosontsengel), northern Bulgan (Hutag) and eastern Dornod province (Khalkhiin Gol). Ulaanbaatar is strongly, but less severely, affected. The cold gets less severe as one goes south, reaching the warmest January temperatures in Omnogovi Province (Dalanzadgad, Khanbogd) and the region of the Altai mountains bordering China. A unique microclimate is the fertile grassland-forest region of central and eastern Arkhangai Province (Tsetserleg) and northern Ovorkhangai Province (Arvaikheer) where January temperatures are on average the same and often higher than the warmest desert regions to the south in addition to being more stable. The Khangai Mountains play a certain role in forming this microclimate. In Tsetserleg, the warmest town in this microclimate, nighttime January temperatures rarely go under −30 °C (−22 °F) while daytime January temperatures often reach 0 °C (32 °F) to 5 °C (41 °F).

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Celestial Galleries is the digital storefront showcasing original works of art by Mongolian artist Shagdar. Shagdar has been painting most of her life but recently picked up the brush again since lockdown. Shagdar is making these available to art collectors around the world that would like something soothing and pleasant to have in their collection.

Mrs. Kushnir works in mixed media on canvas or paper, and prefers acrylic paint and colored pencils. There will be limited edition and 1 of 1 versions of these works. The 1 of 1 purchases will get the real painting on canvas, signed by the artists and mailed to their location. Limited edition copies will be made available after the initial sale of any piece occurs.

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This is the artists depiction of her home country Mongolia, in the winter. The owner of this piece will get the original to hang in their home forever and will be able to resell the art as many times as they like with 10% going back to the artist on each and every sale.

Mongolia is known as the "Land of the Eternal Blue Sky" or "Country of Blue Sky" (Mongolian: "Mönkh khökh tengeriin oron") because it has over 250 sunny days a year.

Most of the country is hot in the summer and extremely cold in the winter, with January averages dropping as low as −30 °C (−22 °F). A vast front of cold, heavy, shallow air comes in from Siberia in winter and collects in river valleys and low basins causing very cold temperatures while slopes of mountains are much warmer due to the effects of temperature inversion (temperature increases with altitude).

In winter the whole of Mongolia comes under the influence of the Siberian Anticyclone. The localities most severely affected by this cold weather are Uvs province (Ulaangom), western Khovsgol (Rinchinlhumbe), eastern Zavkhan (Tosontsengel), northern Bulgan (Hutag) and eastern Dornod province (Khalkhiin Gol). Ulaanbaatar is strongly, but less severely, affected. The cold gets less severe as one goes south, reaching the warmest January temperatures in Omnogovi Province (Dalanzadgad, Khanbogd) and the region of the Altai mountains bordering China. A unique microclimate is the fertile grassland-forest region of central and eastern Arkhangai Province (Tsetserleg) and northern Ovorkhangai Province (Arvaikheer) where January temperatures are on average the same and often higher than the warmest desert regions to the south in addition to being more stable. The Khangai Mountains play a certain role in forming this microclimate. In Tsetserleg, the warmest town in this microclimate, nighttime January temperatures rarely go under −30 °C (−22 °F) while daytime January temperatures often reach 0 °C (32 °F) to 5 °C (41 °F).

vertical_splitAbout Celestial Galleriesexpand_more

Celestial Galleries is the digital storefront showcasing original works of art by Mongolian artist Shagdar. Shagdar has been painting most of her life but recently picked up the brush again since lockdown. Shagdar is making these available to art collectors around the world that would like something soothing and pleasant to have in their collection.

Mrs. Kushnir works in mixed media on canvas or paper, and prefers acrylic paint and colored pencils. There will be limited edition and 1 of 1 versions of these works. The 1 of 1 purchases will get the real painting on canvas, signed by the artists and mailed to their location. Limited edition copies will be made available after the initial sale of any piece occurs.

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