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Featured Art by Phuong Nguyen, alias Jacquell.SUBMISSIONI’m a... crss

Featured Art by Phuong Nguyen, alias Jacquell.


I’m a self-taught Vietnamese born painter with a major focus on water based mediums such as watercolor, gouache and sometimes ink. I started to paint 1 year ago, as a way to rediscover my childhood passion for arts and eventually it took over most my time and became something I’d put serious thoughts and efforts into.   I’ve tried various style, different approaches and recently I’m working on a personal project, called “Symbiosis”.


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