Artist tends to Bishop Museum dinosaurs as they vacation

MANATEE COUNTY, FL – In an undisclosed location in Manatee County, the stars of the Bishop Museum’s Dino Don’s DinoVenture dinosaur exhibit have come to get R&R and R&R.

It is rest and relaxation, as well as tears and repairs. See, that’s how they fix it.

Engineers move through a strategically designed rip to repair parts of the robot that move parts of these life-size dinosaurs.

And the person who mends the tear is an internationally renowned artist.

Gankhuyag Natsag’s nickname is Ganna.

He is the Guardian of These Creatures, a traditional Mongolian mask maker who arrived in the United States as a cultural envoy in 2002.

Natsag says he started working with Dino Don on an exhibit on Genghis Khan in the years, and they have maintained their relationship.

Natsag is overseeing the artistic restoration of these robotic dinosaurs, as well as Dino Don’s other fantastic creatures, from mammoths to dragons!

This is for all of its various North American exhibitions

“All my life I make art,” says Natsag, passing ice age animals. “It’s totally different now, of course. “

These creatures come to the farm for a little break or because of a.

When the robotic motor stopped working on a woolly mammoth’s trunk, Natsag and his team cut it open – through the skin, moss, and metal frame – to repair it.

Now, sealing one of these repair openings is a two-part process.

It’s needle and thread on taped seams – easy for Natsag as he learned to sew at a very young age. Her mother was a seamstress.

“We had 10 siblings and everyone sewed at home,” Natsag said. He was number four.

Natsag then gets to work repainting the repairs so that he looks alive.

Natsag lives in the Washington, DC area where he participates in cultural exchanges.

It is through this experience of repairing ancient monsters that Natsag continues to show the world a little piece of Mongolia, even in Manatee County.

“Talk to people. Meet[ing] with people, share our culture. It’s wonderful, ”Natsag said.


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“This museum is not just for the Hmong people, but for everyone to come and learn more about Hmong history, art and culture,” said Txongpao Lee, executive director. It is located at 375 University Ave.  (Photo submitted)

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