Watercolour painters celebrate lives of Yangon residents

A watercolour painting depicting the lifestyle of Yangonites. Photo: Khin Zali
A watercolour painting depicting the lifestyle of Yangonites. Photo: Khin Zali

YANGON’S Gallery 65 will showcase watercolour works by local artists depicting the lives of the city’s residents at an exhibition from 14 to 17 February. The gallery is located on Yawmingyi Street in Dagon Township.
“Watercolour 2016” will feature 36 paintings by three artists—Myint Naing, Aung Hsint and Khin Maung Zaw.
The subject matter of the exhibition will include still lives, natural landscapes of Myanmar and depictions of the lifestyles of Yangon residents.
Khin Maung Zaw said: “We plan to invite international watercolourists to exhibit their works at our next event, which is scheduled to take place next year.”

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