Fifteen artists who also teach at the HCM City Fine Arts College and the Ha Noi Pedagogy University are displaying their works at an exhibition in HCM City.
Those who can, teach art: Xuan Vung Cao (Spring in the Highlands), a wood piece by Nguyen Thi To Uyen of the HCM City Fine Arts College, is one of 50 works by 15 art teachers on show at at the school. — VNS Photo Duc Ngo
My Thuat Su Pham (Fine Arts in Teaching) features 50 lacquer, acrylic, and oil paintings and woodcuts.
Le Xuan Chieu, one of seven artists from the southern metro, uses traditional materials like lacquer to focus on folk culture.
His lacquer painting Mua Xuan Tren Ban Thai (Spring at Thai Village) depicts freshness and joy of the Thai ethnic people's spring celebrations.
Nguyen Thi To Uyen, Nguyen My Linh, Nguyen Thuy Huong, Nguyen Minh Quang, Cao Thi Song, and Tieu Van Khoa are the others based in HCM City.
Ngo Van Sac of Ha Noi depicts modern people and lifestyles in his woodcut Ngay Dai (Long Day).
The exhibition is on at the Applied Arts Centre, HCM City Fine Arts College, 5 Phan Dang Luu Street, Binh Thanh District, and will remain open until tomorrow.
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