AYŞEGÜL YEŞİLNİL 25th YEAR EXHIBITION " Zen Paintings by AYŞEGÜL YEŞİLNİL"

AYŞEGÜL YEŞİLNİL 25th YEAR EXHIBITION

" Zen Paintings by AYŞEGÜL YEŞİLNİL"

We will be honoured if you join the opening of our exhibition on the very first day of "Assos Athena Festival".

Assos Art House

22th July 2010 - 22th August 2010

Hour: 18.00

Full Moon Time

Assos /Canakkale-Turkiye



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AYŞEGÜL YEŞİLNİL'S ZEN PAINTINGS

Zen painting means drawing the specific features of an object with least lines. For this, one should be a great observer, niggling and have a strong wrist. Zen is the hardest painting style. Strength of showing with least lines is similar to talking wisely with least words. It is reaching the essence.

Ayşegül Yeşilnil is one of the important followers of this style in Turkiye. And today, her paintings have become subjects in high schools and universities for new generation.


our artist have had several exhibitions, has also participated international jazz festivals with her band of privileged jazz musicians. last summer, UNESCO-ARTAC chose her paintings named "Ayşegül's Dreams" and she represented Turkiye in VI. Euro-American Visual Arts Exhibition. After the exhibition displayed in a Maya temple in Mexico-Campeche, she had a conference named "Miracle".
Ayşegül Yeşilnil,is the only one who sings Jazz and also paints it.

http://www.yesilnil.com

aysegul@yesilnil.com

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Comment by Sambath.RajDeep on July 15, 2010 at 11:41am
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