“Incredibly Influential Artwork!”
(Minghui.org) The Truthfulness, Compassion, Forbearance International Art Exhibition was held at the University of Minnesota from May 3 to May 5, 2012. The exhibition brought the power of Truthfulness, Compassion and Forbearance to the people of Minnesota, with artworks depicting the beauty of Falun Dafa and Dafa practitioners' steadfastness in facing the persecution in China and clarifying the truth.
University faculty and staff, as well as people from all over the city, visited the exhibition and gave positive feedback. Many Chinese students also went to the exhibition. A number of them asked for detailed information about Falun Gong and were happy to learn the true story. A writer of children's literature visited the exhibition two days in a row and carefully wrote down all the artists' names.
The exhibition touched many people's hearts. Some of them wrote their feedback in the signature book provided. The following are several excerpts from people's comments.
“This is a superb art exhibition! Very touching and encouraging! I hope more people will come to know this practice and what's happening in China, and the persecution will stop. Thank you for this opportunity!”
“Amazing artwork! Shockingly perfect! I love all the details and use of colors!”
“Great artwork! It is significant to see such encouraging and perfect oil painting as an aspiring artist!”
“Very significant and inspiring! I especially like the one with Manhattan Park as background. Very informative and touching! I will search for more information. Thank you!”
“Incredibly influential artwork! This art exhibition clarified all functions of visual art media and any confusion about the value of this kind of art.”
“What a wonderful exhibition! I'm permanent changed! Terrific!”
“My tears came out. Thank you so much! God Bless the faithful!”
“The artwork and the stories are amazing! I'm embarrassed I didn't know about this before!”
“The stories of Falun Dafa are touching and were told with such elegant artwork. My heart goes out to those who have been and are still suffering.”