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Under the guidance of the Wuchuan publicity department and the Wuchuan Literary Federation, the Wuchuan Artists Association organized an online art exhibition themed on front-line workers fighting against the novel coronavirus epidemic to boost public confidence and determination.
Touching stories of front-line medical workers were depicted in art works and showcased online.
A total of 30 art works by 17 artists were displayed in the exhibition, spanning Chinese paintings, oil paintings, watercolors, prints, sculptures, and other artistic mediums. These works praise the medical team members in Wuhan, the epicenter of the epidemic in China. They also describe the advanced deeds, typical characters, and touching scenes in the fight against the epidemic, as well as express warm blessings to people in key epidemic areas and the firm belief that the epidemic will be overcome.
"We have to express our feelings with the brush to pay tribute to the brave doctors who are fighting on the front line and to send our best wishes to the heroes," said Chen Yaogang, chairman of the Wuchuan Artists Association.
An artwork in the online art exhibition of Wuchuan, Zhanjiang. [Photo/Nanfang Plus]