Emily Duong
Emily Duong
The artist Emily Duong, born and based in New York City, works with abstract subjects to evoke a sense of infinite space and possibilities. Using circles as intrinsic symbols of infinity, Duong’s pulp paintings explore the conflict between pure potential and the constraints of perception. Her process involves papermaking, painting, and printing, evoking the freedom of the hand-drawn line while pushing against rectilinear constraint. Her evocative abstract works can be interpreted as studies of how we interact with constructed realities.
 Painting 
Poppies
Size: 14" x 11".
Medium: Linen pulp painting on handmade cotton paper.
Unique work.
Signed, titled, and dated on reverse.
Dated - 2014.
Energy
Size: 30" x 22".
Medium: Linen pulp painting on handmade cotton paper.
Unique work.
Signed, titled, and dated on reverse.
Dated - 2015.
Spills
Size: 14" x 11".
Medium: Linen pulp painting on handmade cotton paper.
Unique work.
Signed, titled, and dated on reverse.
Dated - 2014.
Storm
Size: 11" x 28".
Medium: Linen pulp painting on handmade cotton paper.
Unique work.
Signed, titled, and dated on reverse.
Dated - 2016.
Blue Primrose
Size: 11" x 28".
Medium: Linen pulp painting on handmade cotton paper.
Unique work.
Signed, titled, and dated on reverse.
Dated - 2016.