Dawaa Huizinga-Molom is a versatile artist originally from the Mongolian capital Ulaanbaatar.
Dawaa makes illustrations and ceramic images, in which she knows how to translate her great passion for art.
In doing so, she mainly inspires spirituality and women. Dawaa knows how to transform her feelings, thoughts and experiences into artistic forms, recognizing her distinctive signature in all her works.
In the mostly minimalistic illustrations of her hand, she has always been subtly processed, sometimes fiercely or sometimes just humorous.
Dawaa makes images of women who each tell their own story and sometimes even seem to communicate with each other.
Due to her Mongolian origin, all the work of Dawaa reveals the important spiritual relationship between human and nature. Small and big emotions are subtly translated into beautiful artistic images. In Mongolia, Buddhism takes an important spiritual place.
Dawaa was born in Ulaanbaatar in 1964 and has always wanted to be drawn as a child. It was her mother who pushed her an article at her age with which she could write herself for the entrance examination for art education. The entrance examination lasted no less than 5 days, but Dawaa was happy and passionate. She went all the way to the two exams a day, drawing, painting, composing and writing headlines. Among the more than 200 candidates, many dummy candidates were found, but Dawaa stood well and was admitted.
In the fall of 1980 she began at the Art Academy in Ulaanbaatar and in 1984 she studied with her series of ceramic images "Friends". In June of that year, she first exhibited her work with her ex-students.
In 1985, Dawaa participated in the International Artist Competition in Moscow, where she won a prize in an artists competition for the first time. For the 20-year-old artist, this was a huge incentive Continue with the direction she chose.