Vivian Wong's Handpainted Graphics

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I n an era of "supersonic" technological advancement, even the creation of beautiful graphics—once the exclusive domain of artists who painstakingly trained long and hard to perfect their skills—has now become a relatively easy craft.  The computer has made that possible, along with all the powerful graphics and design programs that are now available.

Vivian Wong, a recent immigrant from China, brings with her the traditional skills of creating graphic arts—with brush, pen, paint and ink.  Here she proves to us how amazing, and infinitely more beautiful, are works that are created manually, with loving care, and with such attention to details...

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