Artist Tran Chau holds landscape show
By My Tran in HCMC
A painting exhibition by artist Tran Chau opened on Saturday at the Applied Arts Gallery, 5 Phan Dang Luu Street, HCMC’s Binh Thanh District, marking the artist’s long painting career on his 65th birthday.
The exhibition features 38 oil and acrylic paintings on canvas, and 35 water colors on paper. Most are landscapes with images of cashew farms, flower gardens, old villages, mountains and sunsets. The landscapes show the artist’s nostalgia about the countryside, while other paintings express uncertain fate and repressed feelings.
Tran Chau also shows portraits in “Mother”, “Mother and Sisters” and some nudes.
All the water colors depict rural scenes where the artist has visited.
The exhibition runs till October 18.
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