Vongduane is a Laotian American painter popular for her depictions of the daily lives of Laotians around the world, in addition to her figurative work. As part of the first generation of Laotian American artists, she exhibits widely across the US including the Midwest, California, Rhode Island, and her home state of Texas.
'Ever since I could remember, art was just something I always wanted to do. I never talk much since I was a child, so, art always been cathartic, a way to express and share my emotion without talking about it. I knew that I may not be blessed enough to make a living with...more