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NGUYEN DIEU LINH

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Nguyen Dieu Linh is born in Saigon, Vietnam in 1970. Fourth daughter of an artistic familly, she was initiated in the early age to music, dance and paintings. Accomplished dancer, she however prefers express her feelings through paintings.

Touched by the simplicity and the fragility on the sight of a poppy during the first travel to Dalat, VN at teen age, she started painting poppies in various mediums. Nowadays, she paints flowers mainly with acrylique ink on canvas. She loves creating a fluid and fuzzy atmosphere giving her work that unique endless, unsizeable style. Still poppies remain her favorite subject.

Recently moved to Granby, Quebec, Canada, indigenes subjects had caught her attention. Pensees, tulips and maple leafs will soon embellished her collection.

Some of her work is exhibited permanently at Spring Gallery, Saigon, VN. Other frequent exhibitions include Blue Space gallery, Saigon, VN, Apricot gallery, Hanoi, VN. She had exhibited in 2004 at the Fine Arts Museum in HCM City, VN. In 2006, she was invited to participate in the International Women Artist’s Exhibition Korea 2006 “ Her presence in colours VII “- in South Korea.

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Diệu Linh bắt đầu con đường nghệ thuật như tình cờ từ một cuộc dạo chơi bên lề con đường… gọi là “mỹ thuật “. Những hoa, cỏ.. quá gần , chúng chợt chạm vào Chị để một lần Chị tròn mắt ngạc nhiên đến thốt lên “ kỳ lạ”. Những tròn mắt ngạc nhiên của Chị trước hoa, cỏ …thông thuờng gây sự thícch thú cho người xem tranh của Chị . Macel  Paoust đã viết “ hành trình khám phá thật sự không phải là tìm ra những  vùng đất mới mà là một cuộc tìm kiếm bằng những  con mắt mới “

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Nguyen Dieu Linh est née à Saigon au Vietnam en 1970. Quatrième fille d’une famille d’artistes, elle a été initiée très tôt à la musique, à la danse et à la peinture. Danseuse sociale accomplie, elle préfère cependant s’exprimer à travers la peinture.

Durant un voyage de jeunesse à Dalat, VN, à la vue d’un premier coquelicot, elle a été émue par la simplicité et par la fragilité de cette fleur. Elle a ainsi commencé à peintre les coquelicots avec différents médias. Maintenant, elle peint les fleurs surtout avec de l’encre acrylique sur toile. Elle aime créer une ambiance fluide et vaporeuse donnant un aspect irréel et insaisissable unique à son style. Toutefois, les coquelicots demeurent ses sujets favoris.

Récemment installée à Granby, Québec, Canada, les fleurs indigènes retiennent son attention. Bientôt, les pensées, les tulipes et les feuilles d’érable embelliront sa collection.

Quelques unes de ses œuvres sont exposées en permanence au Spring Gallery à Saigon, VN. D’autres expositions fréquentes ont lieu au Blue Space Gallery, Saigon, VN et au Apricot Gallery, Hanoi, VN. Elle a également exposé au Musée des Beaux-Arts de HCM ville, VN en 2004. En 2006, elle a été invitée à participer au International Women Artist’s Exhibition Korea 2006 “ Her presence in colours VII “- en Korée du Sud.

 

Exhibitions:  

Since 2003 -

  Permanent  exhibit  at Spring gallery
2004 -   Group exhibition " Visual arts and Spring " at Fine Arts Association of HCMC
    Group exhibition at Fine art Museum  HCMC
    Exhibition THE CONSULAR CLUB'S CHARITY BAZZA .  HCMC
    Group exhibition " NOVEMBER " , Blue Space gallery . HCMC
2005 -   Group exhibition at Fine arts Association of HCMC
   Exhibition at international workshop - Mui Ne , Vietnam
   Group exhibition " NOVEMBER " , Blue Space gallery . HCMC
2006 -  Exhibition “ the women’day “ at Fine Arts Association of HCMC
  “ Her presence in colours VII “, Women Artist’s Exhibion in Korea.
2008 -  “Cuoc song quanh ta “ group exhibition celebrating the Women day 8-3