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Illustrations by Tran Nguyen

Tran Nguyen is an artist currently living and working in Georgia. She studied at Savannah College of Art and Design, where she received her BFA in 2009.

My name is Tran, pronounced ‘tron’ and I’m a freelance illustrator/gallery artist with an interest in therapeutic imagery. I was born in Vietnam, then moved to the States when I was about three years old. My love for art came from my early exposure to Anime, American cartoon shows, and the fantastical art of video games from the 90’s. After high school, I enrolled at Savannah College of Art and Design to pursue my career as an illustrator…and here I am!

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