On September 3rd-4th, 2011, the International Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance Art Exhibition was held at the Richard Randall Art Studio of the Mt. Coo-tha Botanical Garden. The exhibition was well commended and extended to September 8th. Many people learn about Falun Dafa and the brutal persecution in China.
|People view the paintings|
The exhibition included more than forty oil paintings by Falun Gong practitioners from around the world. The artists merged their personal understanding of life, experience, and pursuance of true meaning of life into the paintings.
A viewer named Kerry liked the painting “Pure call.” He said, “I think this is the best way to present the plight of Falun Gong in China.”
Laura, a university teacher, said that she had heard of the persecution of Falun Gong in China. She came to view the paintings on the recommendation of a friend. She carefully viewed each painting and said emotionally, “So miserable. Those people in another country don't have freedom of belief. We should not sitting in the back seat and just enjoy things. We must become one body because many people in the world are struggling for their rights and beliefs.”
Maria, who has worked in the garden for many years, believes everything has soul. She said she has frequently seen scenes and heard voices in other dimensions. After viewing the paintings, she said, “From these paintings, I see what I have experienced. The energy field is so strong!” On the third day after the exhibition Maria brought her daughter to the local Falun Gong practice site to learn the exercises.
The six-day-long exhibition touched many viewers. Some of them wrote their feelings in the guest book:
“This exhibition is a brilliant way to display what is happening in China today. Just a big wake up call.”
“Thank you for the powerful reminder of what is important in life. An inspirational exhibition.”
“Bless you all who are revealing this.”
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