Tran Nguyen’s Emotional and Atmospheric Paintings

Tran Nguyen introduces us to ethereal characters in dreamy, delicate landscapes and is able to draw out the most beautiful qualities in pencil and acrylic in her award-winning work.

Her paintings are charged with emotions, expressions and atmospheres she says that she creates to have a therapeutic effect.

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© Tran Nguyen, 2015

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