A portrait of a woman symbolizes a phoenix bird, which is capable of endless rebirth and the ability to be reborn from the flame.
Zangar Beisembinov is an artist in the fourth generation, who studied at the Kiev Art School, then at the Alma-Ata Art College and the Alma-Ata Theater Art Institute. He began to draw in early childhood. During the years of his creative activity, he painted over 5,000 drawings and wrote about 1,000 paintings. In the field of design, he has created more than 1,000 works on interior design, clothing design, outdoor advertising, metal products, wood, and leather. He exhibited his works at more than 300 exhibitions around the world. He headed 2 art galleries (“White Gallery” and “Az-Art Gallery”). He was a member of the Union of Artists of Kazakhstan, the Union of Designers of Kazakhstan, and the Union of Gallery owners of Kazakhstan. The main areas of activity are painting, graphics, digital art, clothing design, 3D modeling, and video Art. Currently, he lives and works in the USA in the state of Minnesota.