Workshop 1

Workshop 2



Atelier 3

Tuy Nga is a Vietnamese-born physician (AFM Association Française contre les Myopathies, "the French Muscular Dystrophy Association" http://www.afm-telethon.fr/) and a self-taught artist. She lives near Paris.

Her drawings/paintings reflect inspiration from the moment. They are made in one stroke, one continuous line, traced without lifting the pen off - one single stroke where the beginning meets the end, where alpha meets omega. The resulting sketch has no beginning and no end. The space created is then filled up with lines, loops, circles.
Once achieved, depending on how the piece is handled, different impressions stimulate the imagination of the beholder.

She uses art as a means to display the non-manifested in the manifested, in the search for spiritual unity that permeates everything in life...
Through the various pieces, let your imagination sail towards infinite spaces, where the eternal dance of consciousness reveals itself through the dynamic exchange of impulses and intelligence between the human body, the universal body, and the cosmic spirit.

Since 2004, she has been participating in many juried exhibitions (France, Italy, Germany, USA). She thinks that everyone, young or old, is creative.
Since 2007, with the help of her close friends in California, she has led free art workshops in Lafayette, San Jose, Sunnyvale, Gilroy, with young children, mentally handicapped adults, and the elderly with Alzheimer's disease.