Paintings, calligraphy works showcase Gangzha's development
A painting and calligraphy exhibition is being held in the 1895 Cultural Creative Industrial Park in Gangzha district, Nantong, East China's Jiangsu province, from Dec 11 to 25.
Around 100 painting and calligraphy works are on display at the exhibition, showcasing the tremendous changes the district has undergone, as well as its achievements in economic, social, and cultural development over the past few years.
People admire painting and calligraphy pieces at an exhibition held in the 1895 Cultural Creative Industrial Park in Gangzha district from Dec 11 to 25. [Photo/WeChat account: ntgzsd]
This year's exhibition focuses on the beautiful landscapes, profound culture, and great achievements of the district, and is themed around the 70th anniversary of the founding of People's Republic of China.
Nearly 100 artists from the city's artists and calligraphers associations visited the district and have produced a number of impressive works since the beginning of September. In the end, 24 Chinese paintings, 20 Western-style paintings, and 37 calligraphy works were selected for the exhibition.
In addition, five famous calligraphers from Hanzhong's calligrapher association in Shaanxi province have been invited to present their calligraphy works at the exhibition. This is meant to symbolize the cultural integration and economic cooperation between Gangzha district and Ningqiang, a county in Shaanxi province.
After ending on Dec 25, the exhibition will be held again during the Spring Festival.