Taizhou showcases breathtaking landscape paintings in US
chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2023-08-04Print Print
An exhibition featuring 42 landscape paintings showcasing the picturesque beauty of Taizhou in East China's Zhejiang province is opened in Fort Wayne, a city in the United States, on July 22. [Photo/taizhou.com.cn]
An exhibition of 42 landscape paintings showcasing the picturesque beauty of Taizhou in East China's Zhejiang province recently opened in Fort Wayne, a city in the United States.
Sponsored by the Taizhou Municipal Office of Foreign Affairs and organized by the Taizhou Huangyan Jiufeng Landscape Painting Academy, the exhibition took place at the Fort Wayne Art Museum. Commencing on July 22, it will continue enchanting art enthusiasts for almost two months, culminating on Sept 17.
The allure of Taizhou's rich cultural heritage captivated the hearts of numerous Fort Wayne citizens who flocked to the exhibition, eagerly embracing the opportunity to explore the mesmerizing artistic expressions.
Visitors from Fort Wayne were overwhelmed by admiration for Taizhou's landscape paintings, expressing a genuine desire to delve deeper into the essence of Taizhou's culture.
In the spirit of cultural exchange, a delegation representing the Taizhou Jiufeng Landscape Painting Academy is set to embark on a journey to Fort Wayne at the end of August. The delegation will participate in the 2023 Fort Wayne Art Festival, where they will mesmerize the audience with their impeccable landscape painting techniques. Additionally, they will conduct enlightening painting lectures and share their unique creative experiences with local artists.
The bond between Taizhou and Fort Wayne has remained steadfast since the establishment of their sisterhood relationship. This exhibition is a testament to their enduring connection and serves as a catalyst for further strengthening cultural ties.
This exhibition in Fort Wayne is just one part of an extensive campaign initiated by Taizhou to foster relationships with sister cities around the world. Similar events have already been successfully held in Germany, France, Japan, and countless other countries, promoting understanding and appreciation of Taizhou's cultural heritage on a global scale.