When you are talking to others, have you carefully observed their expressions and face? The face can tell us a lot about this person, and his mood, state are revealed in the details. From smiling to laughing, fear or sadness, people’s moods will be expressed through expression. The face is a good way to express ourselves or read others. Due to COVID-19, our lifestyle is changed a lot. During this pandemic, we stay at home for six months, so most of us communicate with others on social media or virtual network.
When we use words to message to express inner thoughts, this is incomplete. People could not get our feeling exactly. Or when we go out, we use masks to cover most of our faces, leaving only our eyes to communicate with others. This is a hard way to express ourselves either.
Although the pandemic has reduced the time we spend with friends and prevented us from touching many real faces. But now it’s a good chance because there is a portrait exhibition, which is a good time for you to come into contact with personal portraits. In this non-traditional portrait exhibition, you will see kids’ drawings, photos of baseball players and sketches of old people and so on. Facing Time will show to us from January 23, 2021, to March 27, 2012. I am looking forward to meeting you at Surrey Art Gallery next year! And the most important thing is this exhibition is free!!!
Yes, I know, you can’t wait to know how to visit it! Because of the COVID-19, please pre-book the exhibition of Facing Time by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling us at 604-501-5566, press 1. Also, if you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.