Celebrated artist and sculptor Dr. Manoranjana Herath’s exhibition of paintings and sculptures opened last week at Sri Lanka’s newest art destination, ‘The Walawwa – Gallery’, housed amid salubrious surroundings in a historic old walawwa (mansion) at No 630, Kotte Road in Sri Jaywardenepura Kotte.
Open to the public each day from 9.30am to 6.30pm until Sunday 18 June 2017, this exhibition features ten sculptures and fifteen drawings based on a profound theme titled ‘(in)visible Dialogues.’
Elaborating on his work, Dr. Herath said, “This concise poem reflects the point I am trying to make through my work, which is the portrayal of these inner visible and (in)visible dialogues of a human being through three-dimensional forms”.
There’s the cosy ‘Walawwa – Café’ where one can indulge in a range of salads and sandwiches washed down with fresh juices and coffees. Ideal for chilling and relaxation, it is a popular venue for meetings and catching-up-with-friends.
This is a fully-fledged salon and spa offering a wide range of services for both men and women with trained and experienced staff in attendance.