Innocence Flew Away"
Oil on Canvas
Truong was born in Saigon, Vietnam. She received her
BFA from Humboldt State University and her MFA from Mills
work considers society’s political, social, and
historical perspectives as they pertain to culture, humanity,
morality. Her work is influenced from her experience
as a first generation
Vietnamese American, and expands to an inclusive dialogue
of common experience. She seeks not to portray a translation
to entice viewers to invest in personal interpretations.
State University sets aside money every year to award
the artist with a purchase prize and add
the piece to its permanent collection. In 1999, Lien had
the honor of winning the "President's Purchase Award" for
titled, "The Privilege of Knowledge" .
has exhibited her work in solo and group exhibitions throughout California.
She is also the recipient of several awards, including the Jack and
Gertrude Murphy Fine Arts Fellowship and the Sarah Lewis Fellowship.
In 2003, she was the Artist in Residence at the Oakland Museum of
California, and the Sweeney Granite Mountains Research Center in
Kelso, CA. In 2004, Lien will be featured in the Pacific Coast Edition
of New American Paintings, and a solo exhibition at Southern Exposure
in San Francisco.
"Then Innocence Flew Away" can be found on the Second Floor of the HSU Library
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