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Phat Le is a talented young artist with a stylistic sensibility that uses imagery from his native Vietnam in fresh, unpredictable ways. Here he layered loose brush strokes of white and barely pink paint in a dynamic series of lines that nearly cover the front and back sides of the body. In goldenrod yellow he outlines a mask-like face like a traditional Vietnamese puppet on the back with two hands on the front and multiple concentric circles running up and down the sleeves.
Because he loves to take things always another step further, Phat Le used incense sticks to burn tiny holes in the painted silk in linear and circular patterns, adding another amazing dimension of texture and interest to the piece. The effect is exotic and mysterious, and truly a knock out look of it's own.
This one goes in any direction: over a column of basic blackor all whitewith lots of pearls you'll watch heads turn at the next art opening or fundraiser event. Or wear with a white tee and dressy jeans. Either way you'll shine in this fabulous and original new piece!
Black shantung silk shell with golden yellow shantung silk lining.