Commissions will vary depending on subject matter, background and overall complexity. For portraiture, artist will require a sitting and/or several photographs to work from, depending on commission type. Drawings, pastel, ink and digital art commissions generally cost between $50-99.

Estimated Fees for Oil Paintings:
11×14 $199-250
16×20 $250-325
18×24 $300-450

Fees are based on a single subject. For each additional figure, add 30-50%. Payment plans acceptable. Down payment of 50% may be required, depending on commission. Prints are available for most artwork upon request.

Art Prints:
8x10 $25
11x14 $30
16x20 $40

Please contact the artist for inquiries about commissions, current exhibitions, available pieces for sale, prints or general comments:

Email (541)357-8536
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Uyen-thi (T) Nguyen is an Oregon-based artist working primarily in oils. Born in Vietnam, T’s family immigrated to the US when she was two months old. She studied at Moorpark College, Art Center of Design in Pasadena and Academy of Art in San Francisco, receiving awards and scholarships. Learning each step of the way, T worked in many different industries and later started a successful business in historic downtown Cottage Grove. After moving to Oregon in 2005, she developed a love for community and volunteered on non-profit boards, arts organizations and taught arts afterschool programs.

A few years ago, T decided to prioritize painting. This year, her art has been displayed in Portland at the Radius Annex Gallery and Splendorporium, in Eugene at New Zone Gallery and at the Axe & Fidde in Cottage Grove. Her painting "At the End" won Juror's Choice Award by Jane Brumfield and was exhibited at The Arts Center in Corvallis this summer.

Her most recent project centers around her beloved town, “A Portrait of Cottage Grove,” and was awarded the Artist Grant from Lane Arts Council. This body of work, which will include 60-85 portrait paintings and a few urban landscapes, will be published in an art book and exhibited at local museums, libraries and public venues in late Spring 2021. Visit Art by UTN on Facebook or @artbyutn on Instagram to view more information and current works in progress.

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