Artworks in various genres and materials depicting the beauty of nature when the season changes are on display at an exhibition in Hanoi.
|Giao Mùa (Changing Season), an oil painting by Phan Thị Thanh Mai.|
With the theme Giao Mùa (Changing Season), the exhibition showcases 50 artworks by painters of the Hanoi UNESCO Fine Arts Centre.
The silk paintings, oil on canvas and lacquer works are of high quality and rich in content, showing the endless creativity of the artists, according to Phan Thi Thanh Mai, director of the centre.
“Each artwork can be considered a flower of the coming spring, which is dedicated to art lovers,” said Mai.
“The exhibition is a rendezvous of the artists where they share the passion for art and live life to the fullest with the inspiration of nature, people and beauty. We can feel the vitality through paintings of landscapes, a flower garden, a young woman and a bud in morning fog.”
|A lacquer Lotus by Nguyen Hai Nam.|
The exhibition features remarkable artists of Vietnamese fine arts such as Nguyen Thi Bich Hong, Trinh Huu Minh and Tran Huu Dung.
The exhibition will run until December 30 at Chọn’s Auction House, 63 Ham Long Street, Hanoi. — VNS
Silk paintings by Hanoian female artist Nguyen Thu Huong will be presented at an exhibition that will be open at 5pm, December 30 at the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum.
As many as 69 paintings by 64 artists nationwide are on display at an exhibition in Hanoi featuring highlights of the contemporary fine arts of the country.