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A world of flowers and paintings
    2017-05-16  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

AN array of activities under the theme, “Enlightened by Arts,” were launched at the Huaqiang Idea Park in Guangming New Area on Thursday during the 13th China (Shenzhen) International Cultural Industries Fair (ICIF), featuring classic Renaissance paintings, Vincent Willem Van Gogh’s paintings presented alongside flower arrangements and a creative market selling innovative pieces.

At an opening ceremony of the activities at the Idea Park, a special awards ceremony was held for students who competed in the floristry competition that had been organized by the Idea Park last Monday. Florists were invited to schools to teach students how to arrange flowers creatively.

Crowds of visitors were attracted to the exhibition hall featuring some imitation Renaissance paintings from Italy. The gallery was exhibiting imitations of masterpieces such as Leonardo da Vinci’s “Last Supper,” Raphael Sanzio’s “Sistine Madonna” and Michelangelo Buonarroti’s “Creation of Adam.”

According to the organizer of the exhibition, displaying masterpieces can inspire residents.

Besides works from the three most well-known Renaissance masters, Van Gogh’s works were also presented in a unique and innovative way by florists. In another exhibition area, the Dutch genius’ works, “The Starry Night” and “Sunflowers,” were creatively presented with flowers and enlarged to five times the original size.

The ICIF subvenue at Huaqiang Idea Park also had a creative market, named I Mart, where robots, drones, handmade jewelry, leather products and handicrafts were displayed and sold.

(Zhang Qian)

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