West Australia: “Words Don't Quite Capture the Beauty and Depth of These Paintings.”--On the Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance Art Exhibition (Photos)
(Minghui.org) From May 12 to 16, the International Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance Art Exhibition was held in Winthrop Hall on the campus of West Australia University. Many people praised it as an eye-opener, and were deeply touched by the spirit manifested in the artworks.
Jana Shearer, organizer of the exhibition, said that visitors displayed a deep understanding of the paintings. Many people cried over the persecution that Chinese Falun Gong practitioners have been suffering from.
Below are a few comments left in the guest book:
Kelsie: Very intense artwork. Depicting a noble cause. Something needs to be done.Cusmano: Incredibly talented artistry.Michell: It is always an invaluable eye-opening experience to be humbled by learning about suffering like this. Thank you.B. Shearer: I had no idea just how bad the situation was for Falun Gong members. The artworks are often heart-wrenching, but also display a hope that the future will be better.L. McCarthy: Confronting - the tragedy & horror juxtaposed with such great beauty.Ratnasingham: My heart weeps at the injustice suffered and I pray that it will come to an end soon.Sellick: A very emotional display of courage. A real eye-opener.Farell: Words don't quite capture the beauty and depth of these paintings.Jackie: Extremely moving, beautifully depicted. I fully support Falun Gong and the believes in goodness.