Hello, everyone. Today is the first day of the exhibition carried out as part of the Art of Germany event. The event is organised by 2 countries – Germany and China. I was invited to take part in the exhibition. (I’m honoured that I was given such an opportunity!) I want to thank the Admire Art Gallery for the help in the organisation this exhibition.
You’re welcome to visit the exhibition. It’s open from the 1stand up to the 10thOctober 2018. Address: Onelink Walk, 230-232, Tianhe Road.
In total, I’ve chosen 2 big paintings to present to the audience at the exhibition. The first one is the painting of the 19thcentury Neuschwanstein Castle that is considered to be a popular place of interest. When creating the picture, I tried to use as many bright colors as possible. (That’s just my style of painting pictures. I always use lots of different bright colors in my pictures) I tried to create an atmosphere of an early autumn.
The second big picture I displayed at the exhibition is the picture called “A walk in Rottenburg”. The picture depicts the scene that I saw while walking the streets of the city. It’s summertime. People are walking the street to het to the nearest café where they can have their lunch. I did my best to depict the buildings that have this typical German-style architecture.
I’ve also decided to put 2 series of square paintings on display. (One series of small square paintings and one series of the paintings that are a bit bigger) The pictures are presented together as joined-up pictures (4 pieces at a time). These beautiful, bright pictures looked great on the background of the white wall (helped to create a contrast and to attract more attention to the pictures).
I also choose a number of middle-sized paintings to present at the exhibition. The paintings tell the story of an old street in Germany. In order to paint the pictures as close to life as possible, I paid close attention to the style of the old houses one can see when in Germany.
That’s all I wanted to share with you today. I’ll post again soon. Bye.