Our artists produce their own work & each piece is an expression of original thought
All our artists have had at least 1 solo exhibition in a gallery, museum or International hotel
All our work is produced in Vietnam
Bridget is an English artist who has been working in Vietnam since 2012. Her work is very varied and new themes since 2020 have included Vietnam wildlife, Amazonia and new developments in her popular map art. This year has also seen a lot of private commissions from Vietnamese collectors.
Bridget opened March Gallery in 2017. It is now in her home and can be viewed by appointment.
Marjon is a Dutch Indonesian artist living and working in Saigon, Vietnam. Her abstract ink drawings are about love and loss. Every mark she makes is an infinity symbol so the resulting drawing can look a little like a textile. Her aesthetic comes from years spent in North Africa, Japan and now Vietnam.
Jack is an English artist who lives and works in Saigon. His main medium is woodcut printing which he employs to show street life in Vietnam's cities.
His images are edgy and modern and capture the real character of the streets.
Jack has a strong fan base and is now receiving some important commissions from Vietnamese collectors.
Do Nhu Tuan
Tuan is a colourist working in oils and living in Hue in central Vietnam. He paints the local landscape loves painting animals. He is a landscsape artist but also paints dramtic nudes and from time to time he creates striking animal portraits.
Tuan is young but very accomplished and his work has a broad appeal. Highly collectible.
Duc Bet was born in 1980. He Graduated Hanoi school of Fine Arts and now lives and works in Hoi An.
Duc is a romantic impressionist painter of landscapes and urban scenes around the old town of Hoi An.
Recently, he has been developing some more conceptual themes of family, ancestry and motherhood.
Jean-Francois Couderc is a scientist and a photographer.
He experiements with some of teh oldest processing and printing methods that were developed in the early days of photography.
Mixing his own chemicals, he coats heavy watercolour paper to create a light sensitive surface upon which to develope his images. This artisanal approach gives his images mystery and soul. No two images are ever the same.