Vietnamese lacquer painter showcases artworks created over past decade


Veteran painter Trịnh Tuâ. - VN

HANOI (Vietnam News/ANN): Veteran painter Trịnh Tuân will showcase 30 of his large lacquer paintings at an exhibition slated to open on Dec 4 at the Việt Art Space, 42 Yết Kiêu Street.

Entitled Memories of Silence, the exhibition is to celebrate his 30-year journey in lacquer painting. The exhibition will present the works that Tuân has created over the past 10 years.

Alongside painting, the 59-year-old artist also has a great passion for music and has composed music for several poems. His love for music is also expressed through his paintings.

A lecturer of the University of Industrial Fine Arts, Tuân is also head of the Asia Art Link – Vietnam, a community connecting Vietnamese and other artists in Asean countries.

Memories of Silence will open from 5.30pm tomorrow and run until December 12. - Vietnam News/Asia News Network

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