June 2022 Exhibit
Gee-Chi: How a Little Bird Finds Hope and Its Own Unique Voice to Share with the World
Watercolors for a Picture Book written and illustrated by Zenjay
The exhibit space is located in the Colletti Room on the first floor of the Main Library.
Come experience serene watercolor works picturing flora through the four seasons. See how Gee-Chi, a little bird featured in these paintings, finds hope and its own unique voice to share with the world against all odds. Due to the fragility of the original watercolor, on view are giclee art prints made entirely by the artist in the artist studio - from photographing, digital file correction, to the final printing - to ensure the highest fidelity to the original artwork.
Having grown up in Taiwan and Argentina, Zenjay studied art at Rhode Island School of Design when he first came to the United States. He is now a practicing family doctor in the Boston area. Zenjay aspires to live by the motto " Paint Days with Colors, Live Life with Beauty!" and gratefully shares it with anyone.