Li Zijian’s North Africa-themed Painting Exhibition
The exhibition displays 32 character sketches, 77 oil paintings, and graphic travel notes created by Li Zijian when he was stranded in Morocco for 158 days due to the COVID-19 epidemic. Naïve children, pretty girls, good-nature farmers, and amiable mothers were presented in Li’s paintings. Beyond that, the landscape paintings of magnificent seashore of the Atlantic Ocean, vast Sahara Desert, thousand-year-old castles, and villatic scenes form an ode to nature. The audiences can have a panoramic view of Morocco via these magnificent works.
Li Zijian’s painting “Morning at a fish market in Essaouira”
Li Zijian’s painting “Terrifying Waves in the Atlantic Ocean”
Duration: December 20, 2020-February 28, 2021
Venue: Exhibition Hall B1, Li Zijian Art Museum
Ticket: free of charge
Note: During the epidemic period, visitors are required to show valid identity documents and health codes, cooperate with the temperature measurement and wear a mask when visiting.
Chinese source: hunan.voc.com.cn