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Exhibition of watercolour work near Mandalay Hill draws crowd

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Visitors look at paintings by watercolorists displayed at the Mandalay Hill Art Gallery in Mandalay. 
Photo: Maung Pyi Thu (Mandalay)

The Mandalay Hill Art Gallery located at the base of Mandalay Hill iscurrently hosting an exhibition of water colour work, showcasing around 120 works created by watercolorists, who are members of the Mandalay Hill Art Gallery.
The 16th show by Mandalay watercolourists opened on 24 October offering visitors the change to look at contemporary and traditional style watercolours.
The 16th exhibition was held in conjunction with a ceremony to pay respect to elderly artists by new generation.
On the opening day, the gallery was crowded with students from the National University of Arts and Culture as well as enthusiasts.
The art exhibition will last until Sunday 28 October.
The Mandalay Hill Art Gallery is located at the base of Mandalay Hill near the prominent lion statues of Aungmyethazan Township.
Visitors will have the opportunity to enjoy and purchase the paintings of landscapes, Buddhist temples, stilllife and ethnic culture.
The gallery opens between 9 am and 6 pm daily.


MaungPyi Thu (Mandalay)

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