UYEN-THI NGUYEN

FINE ART GALLERY

Portraiture

Please note that the paintings in this section are left untitled to respect the subjects' privacy.

Painting by UTN, older man flipping the page of a book in his hands with a cat lying on his lap and arm
11x14"
Painting by UTN, couple wearing coats on a trail on an overcast day
12x16" Commission
Painting by UTN, little girl in a dark forest
12x24"
Painting by UTN,
11x14"
Painting by UTN, girl smiling wearing a red hoodie with a diamond design of red and black
8x10" Sold
Painting by UTN, a young lady with brown hair
9x12" Commission
Painting by UTN, an older woman tending a fanciful garden
16x20"
Painting by UTN, a husband kisses his wife in the kitchen
16x20" Commission
Painting by UTN, a young man with a backwards baseball cap holding a PBR beer can
16x20"
Painting by UTN, a woman with a baby, a friend, sewing, and looking outward
12x24"
Painting by UTN, brother and sister standing together in front of flower wallpaper
16x20" Commission
Painting by UTN, asian man smiling
9x12" Commission
Painting by UTN, a man with drums
12x16" Commission
Painting by UTN, a father and his daughter
16x20" Sold
Painting by UTN, a woman with brown hair and butterflies
11x14"
Painting by UTN, elderly asian woman with purple sweater squinting towards the sun, pink blossom trees in the background
12x16" N/A

Portraiture

"I once saw a Van Gogh Self-Portrait in Amsterdam. It was alive. It was like I could see him there, a piece of him. Portrait painting is an art unto itself. To capture a likeness, a beauty, a gesture - these are noble and lovely. To capture the spirit of a person, a glimpse of that spark that is unique solely to them, to no one else that has ever lived - This demands looking. Seeing. This takes a spirit itself perhaps." - UTN

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