Fine art exhibition features Central Highlands land, people hinh anh 1Visitors at the exhibition (Photo VNA)

Gia Lai (VNA)
– The Alliance of Arts and Literature Association of Vietnam coordinated with the centre of culture, cinema and tourism in Gia Lai province to organise a fine art exhibition featuring land and people of the Central Highlands.

On display were 55 art works made from various materials such as lacquer, oil-on-canvas, silk, and acrylic.

A painting by artist Nguyen Van Trung born in 1982 reflects the water shortage in Central Highlands provinces in the serious dry season in 2016.

Other pieces such as “Duong ve” (The way back), “Me” (Mother) and “Hoa huong duong” (Sunflower) demonstrate the artistic spirit and talent of painters.

The exhibition will run until December 14.

The Central Highlands region comprises Dak Lak, Gia Lai, Kon Tum, Dak Nong, and Lam Dong provinces, with total population of about 5.64 million people and 47 ethnic groups.-VNA