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T. Dong
Original Oil on Canvas
Twilight in the Bay h36 w72 (triptych).j
Twilight in the Bay
h 36" w 72"
Sunflowers h30 w30.jpg
h 30" w 30"
Spring Afternoon h12 w16.jpeg
Spring Afternoon
h 12" w 16"
Morning by the River h20 w24.jpeg
Morning by the River
h 20" w 24"
Grand Canal h24 w36.jpeg
Grand Canal
h 24" w 36"
Trees at St. Vincent h16 w12.jpeg
Trees at St. Vincent
h 16" w 12"
Forever Beautiful h20 w20.jpeg
Forever Beautiful
h 20" w 20"
Waiting for the Carrot h11 w14.jpeg
Waiting for the Carrot
h 11" w 14"
Golden Hill h12 w24.jpg
Golden Hill
h 12" w 24"
A Cloudy Sunday h12 w 24.jpeg
A Cloudy Sunday
h 12" w 24"
Morning at Marshall h24 w30.jpg
Morning at Marshall
h 24" w 30"
Red and Orange h22 w28.jpeg
Red and Orange
h 22" w 28"
Late Afternoon Sun h11 w14.jpeg
Late Afternoon Sun
h 11" w 14"
Houses by the Sea h12 w16.jpg
Houses by the Sea
h 12" w 16"
Nicasio h17.5 w20.5 framed.jpg
h 17.5" w 20.5"
Meandering Creek h16 w16.jpg
Meandering Creek
h 16" w 16"
Above the Golden Gate h20 w24.jpg
Above the Golden Gate
h 20" w 24"
Santa Margarita h24 w20.jpg
Santa Margarita
h 24" w 20"
Serenity h12 w16.jpg
h 12" w 24"
Cobalt Night h40 w30.jpg
Cobalt Night
h 40" w 30"
The Golden Gate h40 w30.jpg
The Golden Gate
h 40" w 30"
Ms. Dong's passion for art was initially influenced by her father. From the age of five, he taught her both calligraphy and traditional Chinese art. In 1980, the US Consul General in Shanghai was so impressed with her Chinese paintings, that he granted her a visa to study western art in the United States.
Living in California provided her with a rich landscape for her oil paintings, which invites the observer to see a subject portrayed forever at a particular moment in time. Teresa's use of color is sensitive, and her interpretation of life's details and nature is evocative. Her work resides in collections all over the world.
She studied at the Hong Kong University & The Academy of Art University, San Francisco.
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