The festival, held during the seventh lunar month every year, celebrates and pays gratitude to motherly love.
The exhibition includes 50 abstracts in different sizes by monk ThichPhap Hanh of Ba Ria-Vung Tau province as well as works byVietnamese-Canadian artists Vi Tran and Luong Quoc Thang.
Although the artists’ styles and images are different, they have usedblue to highlight their works because “the colour means love, compassionand sharing”, said Hanh.
Over more than 10 years,Hanh has painted some 600 works in different styles and displayed hisworks at home and abroad, including the Republic of Korea , Germanand the US .
He said Vu Lan was the time for people, especially the youth, to look back and remember their mother’s love and sacrifices.-VNA