Finger-painting artist displays art works in Da Lat

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A painting exhibition by Vo Trinh Bien, a famous Vietnamese finger-painting artist opened at the exhibition hall in Hoa Binh Square in Da Lat City on July 5.

Painter Vo Trinh Bien ( R) at the exhibition (Photo: Sggp)

Painter Vo Trinh Bien ( R) at the exhibition (Photo: Sggp)

The display presents to viewers 36 artworks which had been selected from more than 100 paintings and created since 2015.
Having a passion for art since childhood, the Vietnamese finger-painting artist is well-known for his finger art works following style of haft- abstract painting over acrylic material.
In 2010, he presented to the public a giant 200-kg calligraphy book of Binh Ngo Dai Cao, a famous Vietnamese manifesto marking the 1000th anniversary of Thang Long-Hanoi.
He has held many solo exhibitions which attracted local and foreign visitors in the country and Hong Kong (China), Australia. Some of his art works have been displayed in Vietnam Fine Art Museum.
This’s exhibition themed “The spirit of color” is his 23rd display which runs until July 12.
Some paintings at the exhibition:
Triển lãm “Linh hồn màu sắc” qua tranh vẽ bằng ngón tay ảnh 2
                               Mong duoi hoa  (Dream under the flowers)

Triển lãm “Linh hồn màu sắc” qua tranh vẽ bằng ngón tay ảnh 3
                                                          Ben no (The other side)
Triển lãm “Linh hồn màu sắc” qua tranh vẽ bằng ngón tay ảnh 4
                                    Dong song va nguoi tinh (River and lover)
Triển lãm “Linh hồn màu sắc” qua tranh vẽ bằng ngón tay ảnh 5
                                                       Lac giac (strange dream)
Triển lãm “Linh hồn màu sắc” qua tranh vẽ bằng ngón tay ảnh 6                                             Mua rom (The season of rice straw)

By DOAN KIEN – Translated by Kim Khanh

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