Untitled, graphite on paper, 12" x 9"

Untitled​, graphite on paper, 12" x 9"


Zodiac Series

Paintings for the (De)constructing Chinatown exhibition at the Chinese American Museum in 2012.


LAH​, acrylic paint on canvas, 36" x 24," 2014

Emily, acrylic paint on illustration board, 12" x 9"

Untitled​, graphite on paper, 12" x 9"

Rooster, acrylic paint on wood, 8" x 8"

Searching For Emily

Painting used for the cover, and drawings used as illustrations for a short story written by Le Montgomery. 

Self Help Graphics, Census 2020 Serigraph Atelier 


In addition to art workshops, artists April Bey, Martha Carrillo, and Phung Huynh, were invited to produce an original serigraph for an atelier focused on communicating a positive message and importance of participating in the 2020 Census. With creative liberty and guided by the spirit of expanding awareness of systems in place, the print portfolio is a documentation of time, a platform for empowerment and a source of knowledge for people across Los Angeles County. 

The third element of SHG’s work is the mass distribution of designed posters highlighting information about the 2020 Census.  The poster are bilingual in English and Spanish and displayed on the walls of local businesses with permission from the owners. This will create an additional opportunity to connect to the community surrounding SHG.


                                                                                     -  Self Help Graphics

Album cover for Rocky Rivera's ​Rocky's Revenge, oil paint on wood, 2018

Pig​, acrylic paint on wood, 8" x 8"

Chinese American Museum-L.A. Heat

L.A. Heat: Taste Changing Condiments was an exhibit at the Chinese American Museum based on the subject of Sriracha and Tapatio, two hot sauces created in Los Angeles. LAH, the title of this painting, means "spicy" in Chinese and is also the acronym for LA Heat.

Our Voices Count, silkscreen print, 2020

Horse​, acrylic paint on wood, 8" x 8"

Rat​, acrylic paint on wood, 8" x 8"

Amerasia

Artwork for the cover of a UCLA publication in the Asian American Studies program.

Billboard at San Fernando Road and Division Street

Goat​, acrylic paint on wood, 8" x 8"

R o c k y ' s   R e v e n g e

Dragon, acrylic paint on wood, 8" x 8"

PHUNG HUYNH

Untitled, graphite on paper, 12" x 9"