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Bird of Paradise by Binh Pho and Annette Barlow

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Bird of Paradise by Binh Pho and Annette Barlow
SOLD
1,600.00USD+ applicable fees & taxes.
This item SOLD at 2016 Jun 10 @ 17:29UTC-7 : PDT/MST
All pieces are signed originals, individually created by the artist listed.
Binh Pho, Maple Park
Annette Barlow, New South Wales, Australia

Bird of Paradise
Monkey pod, Bradford pear, birch, acrylic, porcelain
17" x 14" x 4"

Artist's Note

"This is a collaboration piece from a Hawaii Collaboration Conference, I designed the piece and turned the vessel, and Annette Barlow painted the backdrop with Hawaii backdrop scenery. Other artists also contributed to the project."

About Annette Barlow

For over 10 years, Australian artist Annette Barlow has been creating spectacular murals depicting a wide variety of subjects with commissioned works throughout Australia and overseas. She specializes in spectacular photo-realistic murals, ranging from the scenic beauty of beaches, gardens and rainforests, to breathtaking coral and marine life. In addition, her murals and artworks include modern designs through to classical and figurative images.

Annette's work can be seen in public and commercial locations, including hospitals and educational institutions, and in many private residences throughout Australia and Asia.

About Binh Pho

Binh Pho is a critically acclaimed artist, known for an expansive approach to work in wood and glass that includes painting and a unique exploration of positive and negative space. The works feature a highly personal iconography, with imagery that relates to Asian culture and the natural world. The story of his journey from an idyllic childhood in Vietnam, the rise of Communism and his escape to the United States in shared in the book River of Destiny: The Life and Work of Binh Pho, published in 2006, in conjunction with a retrospective of his work at the Long Beach Museum of Art. Binh Pho is in demand as a lecturer and demonstrator and his work is exhibited internationally and in the permanent collection of numerous museums.