Event Coverage of the 2018 Atlanta Dragon Boat Festival, held annually after Labor Day in Gainesville, GA. Please join us next year!
August 2, 2014 | Spring Hall, Atlanta, GA | Featuring Voradeth Ditthavong and Our Local Talent
Wat Lao Buddha Khanti, Snellville, GA
Photos from our first Annual Papaya Salad (Thum Mak Houng) Contest!
It was another busy night at this year’s LAS Ball, but it was a pleasure meeting former US Ambassador to the UN, Mr. Sichan Siv. You’re probably wondering, what’s a party going to do to solve most of the problems in the world? Probably not much of anything, but the ability to congregate as one community is […]
Check out my work in Lao Roots Magazine. Based out of San Diego, CA, they provide articles on all sorts of Lao things. Betcha didn’t know there are Lao actors, Lao fashion designers, Lao skateboarders, and oh yeah, Lao artists…:)….REPRAZENT!
The last piece for Brush Gallery. Don’t know the direction I want to take the final CG composition, but the drawing portion took too long to finish, or rather come to a stopping point. I started the heads before I got sick, it got left empty for awhile, and I spent all of today rendering the rest […]
…………You know…………there’s more to me than drawings and photos of pretty girls………… I had a chance to finally view Jack Silberman’s very moving film on unexploded bombs in Laos. The film is called Bombies, and everyone should really check it out. What’s that information doing on my page, a journal that supposedly only focuses on my random […]
Deme 2 | Pen and Ink / CG | 18×24″
White and black charcoal pencil on Canson Bisque paper, 20 x 25″. This style of drawing takes awhile, but it’s actually less time than my CG style or the other black and white charcoal drawings. The paper isn’t too expensive, and it has a nice texture and takes the medium well. Although this paper doesn’t allow me the range of […]
Royal Lao Classical Dancers Lao Cultural Dance Festival in Nashville, TN. The venue was this really nice Southern mansion near Opryland.
Royal Lao Classical Dancers at the 2nd International Conference on Lao Studies. Amazing dance performance from the RLCD all the way from Nashville, TN.