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Kala Pola 2020, the 27th edition of Sri Lanka's annual open-air art fair was held at the Green Path in Colombo bursting into a riot of colours of local artists. Presented by The George Keyt Foundation in association with the John Keells Group, Kala Pola 2020 took place on February 23 along Ananda Coomaraswamy Mawatha, Colombo 7. The fair attracted a record 370 registered artists and thousands of visitors with its variety of art ranging from breath-taking paintings and life-like portraits to abstract art and intricate sculptures. Pix by Pradeep Pathirana

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  • Andrew Silva Tuesday, 25 February 2020 10:57 AM

    It is a pity our local artists are not interested painting our self interested politicians not even a statue. This show how interested the people are of these hollow leaders.

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