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2021 Gallery

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Welcome to the online gallery of the 2021 Asian Art Exhibition!

Our online gallery contains all works of art that are displayed at our in-person exhibition at Plano's Courtyard Theater, plus some works that weren't able to be displayed in the Courtyard Theater this year. Whether you're not in Plano or wish to stay safe and still look at art, we hope you will enjoy the online gallery experience safely from anywhere in the world.

Each photo provided is high resolution for your viewing pleasure.

Each artwork has a name, artist, price (if applicable), and description. Artwork without prices are not for sale. Click on the artist's name for more information, including contact information if you wish to contact the artist directly about something, including discussing purchasing their artwork.

Celebrating Asian American Heritage Foundation does not serve as an intermediary for artwork sales, nor do we collect fees for participation in this exhibition or any sales resulting from this exhibition. As we host the Asian Art Exhibition free every year, we gladly accept charitable donations under our "Support Us" section at our website https://asianamericanheritage.org/. The Celebrating Asian American Heritage Foundation is a nonprofit organization organized under 26 U.S.C. § 501(c)(3).

(Legal disclaimer: All photos of artworks herein are legal property of their creators and have been licensed under permission by the Celebrating Asian American Heritage Foundation ("CAAHF", the "Foundation") for purposes of display at our exhibition (Asian Art Exhibition 2021, "Exhibition"). By viewing this gallery, you agree that you shall not copy or otherwise reproduce any of these photos without permission of its creator, unless explicitly stated otherwise. We allow and even encourage you to share links to this gallery so that others may enjoy the artworks here. In addition, you agree the Foundation takes no responsibility for sales resulting from this exhibition, and you agree to indemnify the Foundation and hold the Foundation harmless in case of disputes or problems arising from any potential sale deal. The Foundation does not endorse nor vouch for any artists selling their artwork at the Exhibition, and Foundation shall not provide any escrow services. All transactions are to be made independent of Foundation and we hold no responsibility for said transactions.)

Artwork
The Sunset

by Jiayan Ge

It's the sunset of White Rock Lake, and the wild ducks are waiting for tomorrow.
Collection of Time

by Jiayan Ge

These are the antiques in my family's collection. They record history and the passage of time.
Flower in the Dream 1

by Mingxia Qin

$125

The paintings in this series represent three maxims: one should be humble at their peak, be their own cheerleader in the absence of others' encouragement, and have faith in themselves at their nadir.
Flower in the Dream 2

by Mingxia Qin

Pencil on canvas

$125

The paintings in this series represent three maxims: one should be humble at their peak, be their own cheerleader in the absence of others' encouragement, and have faith in themselves at their nadir.
Flower in the Dream 3

by Mingxia Qin

Pencil on canvas

$125

The paintings in this series represent three maxims: one should be humble at their peak, be their own cheerleader in the absence of others' encouragement, and have faith in themselves at their nadir.
Flower in the Dream 4

by Mingxia Qin

Pencil on canvas

$125

The paintings in this series represent three maxims: one should be humble at their peak, be their own cheerleader in the absence of others' encouragement, and have faith in themselves at their nadir.
Lotus

by Biren Zhao


$150
The lotus leaf is infinitely green while the flower blossoms red in the Sun.
Lotus and Fish

by Biren Zhao

$150

Verdant green leaves reach the water. The fish hide beneath the round leaves.
Preface to Lanting Collection - Orchid Pavilion

by James Wendow Lee

Reproduction of Lanting collection.
Hope by Ke Zhou
Hope
Journey #33

by John Domont

Mixed media oil on linen

$8,100

60 x 48, Mixed Media Oil On Linen
Journey #36

by John Domont

Mixed media oil on linen

$7,200

48 x 60, Mixed Medical Oil on Linen
Snow in the Village

by Weiping Deng

70x16

Snow in the Village
Mountain Whisper

by Weiping Deng

76x17

Chinese river and mountain paint
Journey #34 (The Blind Man On The River of Life)

by John Domont

Mixed media oil on linen

$8,000

Mixed media oil on Cotton 60 x 60
Journey #35 (Jacob's Ladder)

by John Domont

Mixed media oil on linen

$7,000

Mixed media oil on Linen, 60 x 44
Wild Texas Illuminated

by Farzana Razzaque

Gouache

$5,000

It is an examination of cultural richness around us, viewed through the lens of traditional Islamic arts, specifically the art of “tezhip” or illumination. This piece is an illustrated metaphor for cultures, Moghul, Ottoman and American, not colliding due to their differences, but co-existing and at times, merging because of their differences.
Into The Village on a Red Earthed Path

by Farzana Razzaque

Gouache

$5,000

Childhood memories of a path taken to an ancestral village in Bangladesh and the flashbacks through a child’s innocent eyes, inspire this outrace. Combined with traditional techniques used in Moghul and Persian miniature painting with modern media, this piece brings the centuries old traditions to a contemporary audience.
Journey #38

by John Domont

Multi media oil on canvas

$4,700

44 x 36. Multi Media Oil on Canvas
Nam Myoho Renge Kyo

by John Domont

Multi media oil on canvas

$3,500

40 x 30 Multi Media Oil on Canvas
Spring

by Ke Zhou


20x25

A depiction of the spring with willows on the riverside and mountains in the background.
A Lady, Mountains, and Waterfall

by Ke Zhou


17x32

This piece depicts a lady sitting in the gazebo. It is painted in the Qing green color scheme, which was favored by the emperors of the Qing dynasty.
Alley

by Princeton Tran

Ink, 13x16

This piece is sizable and detailed, coming in at 16 x 13 inches. I spent a very long time on this ink drawing, giving up for three months before returning to it and fleshing it out to the level seen here. My first goal was to create a busy yet personal scene in a sci-fi world. To really sell the environment, I had to come up with different brands and restaurants that could plausibly exist. Pill form noodles, for those workers on the go, Insta-pizza for a similar crowd. My piece is a celebration of how fun brands can be and the variety of offerings there are in the world today.
GiAnt

by Princeton Tran

Oil on canvas

I drew upon sci-fi illustrations of the 50s to create this oil painting. I wanted to convey a B-movie horror feeling through the lighting and painterly style. This painting was my first foray into oil, and I was quite pleased with the result.
Planetary View

by Princeton Tran

Pen and ink

I was just beginning to explore pen and ink through this piece in my mid high-school years. I enjoyed creating inky blacks and splattering stars in the background with white gouache. The detailed work gave me a therapeutic respite from the daily stress of school. This piece holds a special place in my heart as one that I worked especially hard on and was proud of.
Lazy Afternoon

by Nasima Chowdhury

Pencil, 30x22

Lazy Afternoon
The One

by Afshan Moosa

Acrylic and resin, 30x15

Afshan Moosa - The One.jpg
Be Kind

by Afshan Moosa

Acrylic, 24x24

Afshan Moosa - Be Kind.jpg
Forgiveness

by Fatin Qutob

Acrylic, 14x18

Fatin Qutob - Forgiveness.jpg
Success Through Purification

by Fatin Qutob

Acrylic and modeling paste, 16x20

Fatin Qutob - Success Through Purification.jpg