[gallery type="slideshow" ids="85152,85153,85154,85155,85156,85157,85158,85159,85160,85161"] RANGOON — As a life-long devotee of traditional design and patters, Burmese artist Aye Myint is most well known for the works featured in his 1993 book, ‘Burmese Design Through Drawings’. Some of the 85-year-old’s finest works will be featured in a retrospective exhibition this weekend at Rangoon’s Gallery 65. The three-day showing will feature 37 paintings from 1954 to the present by the acclaimed artist, who first studied traditional design during fieldwork at old pagodas and monasteries across the country. Featured are paintings that depict scenes from the Buddhist Jakata stories and national celebrations such as Shinbyu and Thingyan. Gallery 65 is located at 65 Yawmingyi Street, Dagon Township. The exhibition runs from 10am-6pm, June 27-29.
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