Please join us in celebrating our 1 year anniversary with the incredible art of brothers Nay Aung Shu and Aung Thic.
Amazing blues and slide guitar will be performed by Pete Wagula
and some tasty Burmese bites too.
1079 Rt 23B Open - 12-6
Having painted through an era of dictatorship to more recent, reformist times, Nay Aung Shu and Aung Thic portray their everyday environment in vivid detail. Artistic talent runs in the blood, Their father, Khayay Myint Than, is also a renowned artist.
Nay Aung Shu’s acrylic works evoke the vibrant colors so often associated with Burma; warm, rich reds, yellows and greens dominate a wide mix of styles and approaches to his favored subject matter. Many works have the feel of a street photographer’s perspective as expressed on canvas: footpath markets, monks and everyday scenes at times depicted from unusual and surprising angles. Both rural and city landscapes sit alongside distinctive ethnic portraits with occasional forays into more abstract design
Aung Thic’s works delve into pointalistic endeavors with a very deft touch. His works seem to move with the eyes.
Nay Aung Shu was born in 1973.
He attended the State School of Fine Arts in Yangon
from 1992 to 1994. For more than 20 years since 1993, he has participated in group
shows in Yangon, Singapore, The United States and Hong Kong.
Aung Thic was born in 1977
He attended the State School of Fine Arts in Yangon. Aung Thic shares his time between Archeology and painting.
1079 Rt 23B
Leeds, NY 12451