Saturday, August 6, 2011

walk-through & closing

Here's a quick walk-through of my recent painting, Cast Into a Rippled Mentality:



By the way, today was the last day to gander at the works from my solo show. Thank you all for the tremendous support. Next up is a group showing at the University of Arizona...

(taken by Thinkspace)

P.S. Additions to my to-do-before-i-die list:
-Attend a TED conference.
-Attend at least one FIFA World Cup match.
-Buy a house in the U.S. and build a house in Vietnam (both for my parents).


  1. I'm so happy you posted this! I've been wanting to see your process!

  2. Really? The U of A? I live a mile away. When is it, and are you coming personally?

  3. Muah! *kisses* and some *[hugs]*

    I was wondering when you were going to come out with another one of these walk throughs. Now I have reference for my own struggles with watercolors. Thanks for the lesson on how to be the most awesome artist.

  4. From your exhibition, I see the flying Doritos strike again. hehe

    Side question: What pigments did you develop this picture with?

  5. Whenever I look at your blog I always get this sharp feeling that I need to create something beautiful. Thank you :)

  6. Great artwork over here, love your latest posts. It reminds me of this:
    Drawings Paintings Prints
    I'm trying to learn how to draw, I really need to find more blogs like yours and this, can you suggest me some more?
    Will certainly come back!

  7. Awesome! and an even awesomer "to-do-before-i-die list" :)

  8. such wonderful work, id sell my parents for one of these framed

  9. I just love that painting! The fabric billowing outside of the photo is a neat idea, and the color choice is brilliant (I just adore blue and orange together.. contrast colors). But anyways, they're fantastic!
    If you have some free time, perhaps you could check out my blog..? I'm only 17, and have a lot to improve, but I'm getting there. I'm currently working on what my mom calls my best piece yet, so maybe you could keep an eye out for it. Critiques and feedback are certainly welcome..