Exhibition of Miniature Painting art pieces painted locally with acrylic paint on paper, canvas, handmade cushions and ceramic plates.
Miniature Painting is generally understood to mean small paintings that are or once were part of a manuscript.
The miniatures usually had a paper base, but cardboard and in rare cases cotton or silk cloth were also used. The brilliant colours are usually opaque.
The oldest preserved miniature paintings were made in around the year 1000, but not until around 1200 were they found in larger numbers.