“If our mind is open for a dream to come in, anything can happen!”… Binh Pho
Binh Pho is a critically acclaimed artist, known for an expansive approach to work in wood and glass that includes painting and a unique exploration of positive and negative space. The works feature a highly personal iconography, with imagery that relates to Asian culture and the natural world. The story of his journey from an idyllic childhood in Vietnam, the rise of Communism and his escape to the United States in shared in the book River of Destiny: The Life and Work of Binh Pho, published in 2006, in conjunction with a retrospective of his work at the Long Beach Museum of Art. Binh Pho is in demand as a lecturer and demonstrator and his work is exhibited internationally and in the permanent collection of numerous museums.
“My art work primarily reflects the Far East culture and my journey to the West. I love to bring the beauty of nature and hand-creation techniques together to create character and soul in a piece”
Dream - Transform - Live
Shadow of the Turning, like its predecessor (River of Destiny), focuses on art, philosophy and storytelling, yet is an entirely fictional story, blending the mythic worlds of fairy tale, fantasy, adventure and science fiction. Follow the link to see more about Shadow of The Turning
Binh Pho (Born, Saigon, Vietnam, September 19, 1955) is a Vietnamese-American artist best known for his pierced and painted works in wood. Read more about Binh’s interesting life and his journey to becoming a prominent world renowned artist on his Wikipedia page.
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