NGUYEN DUC VIET

"Fall"
2013
Lacquerware
53.1" x 141.7"

"...The process of creating lacquer painting requires a lot of meticulous workmanship, reaching sublimation, blending paint, drawing, grinding and emotions of the artist. Paint is a drawing, offering the ability to coordinate, including the intention of coordinating multiple layers of colors overlap.

Grinding is also drawing, flattening, taking advantage of the ability to coordinate (both random and active) of the previously painted colors.

With the above technique, lacquer has the advantage of depth, revealing the layers of many color layers; When the painting is polished, the depth effect is significantly increased, no other material can match. A picture meets 3 criteria: Depth, width, and height, requiring a lot of effort..."

TAC

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