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Updated on March 8, 2019 From The Global New Light of Myanmar

Artist Zarni to exhibit works with outdoor theme from 10 to 13 March

ARTIST Zarni will showcase select artworks at a solo exhibition entitled ‘Outdoor&Sketches’ at the Fine Arts School Gallery in Mandalay from 10 to 13 March, according to the event’s organizers.
       “The four-day exhibition will feature 60 watercolour paintings. The smallest painting measures 8.27 x 11.69 inches and the largest is 15 x 22 inches. Their price ranges from K80,000-K400,000,” said Zarni.
       The subjects of the paintings include landscapes, ancient buildings, monuments, and other historic structures, particularly from the Sagaing Region, the Bagan ancient cultural zone in Mandalay Region, and Inle in Shan State, where Zarni created paintings with an outdoor theme for the event.
       The exhibition will be open to the public between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. everyday. The Fine Arts School Gallery is located at the State School of Fine Arts (Mandalay) on the 66th Road, between 20th and 22nd streets, east of the Mandalay moat.
       This will be Zarni’s third solo event. He held his first solo show in October, 2017 in Mandalay and the second such event in December last year in Yangon. He plans to hold solo exhibitions every year.
       The 32-year-old artist studied at the State School of Fine Arts in Mandalay between 2010 and 2013. Since entering the world of art, Zarni has participated in several art exhibitions, and his works have mostly been featured at collective art shows. The artist said he has participated in 50-60 group art shows.

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