Vietnamese American Arts

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AuthorHouse, 2011 - Art - 108 pages
Bright Quang is an interesting and inspiring man. Idiosyncratic and personal, his painting describes his response to his life and share with us a long, solitary view acquired in the midst of tragic world events of the past thirty years -war, displacement, and struggle. Bright's reply to all this is, rather than despair, hope. Bright's work, and his character, celebrates what it means to be alive in difficult times. Professor Dickson Schneider California State University Hayward http: //www.csuhayward.edu/
 

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Despite being detained in several South Vietnam concentration camps by the communist regime from 1975 to 1981, Bright Quang maintained his love for art and poetry. Indeed, the Vietnamese communists imprisoned him because of his art and poetry. Bright Quang came to the United States on November 22, 1993 under the Humanitarian Operation program (H.O. /20), which was designed to enable former Vietnamese political prisoners to immigrate to the United States. He now resides in Redwood City, California. A graduate of Tran Quoc Tuan High School 1968, Bright Quang was admitted to the Hue College of Art and earned a degree in art 1971. In the United States, he earned an AA degree in 2001, and a Bachelor's degree at California State University, East Bay in Hayward, in 2003. At Hayward, Bright Quang specialized in sculpture using plaster, copper, brass, wood, stone, wire, and cement to create figures of human beings and animals.

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