Named after Vltava, the longest river in the Czech Republic, running through Cesky Krumlov. The woman is knitting a piece patterned with symbols from the history of the place, like the Five-petalled Rose of the House of Rosenbergs, the Raven pecking out eyes on head of a Turk in the coat of arms of the House of Schwarzenberg, and then a symbol Ng made with four numbers-1989, the year Czech became a liberal democracy through the Velvet Revolution.
Vltava | 2007 | Acrylic on wall | exhibited @Egon Schiele Art Centrum, Cesky Krumlov.
Tea Silk and Porcelain | 2007 | Ink on paper mounted on XPS foam board) | 90 x 90 x 1 in. (228 x 228 x 2.5 cm)
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Tea Silk and Porcelain (Buddha Hand Citron) |2010 | Ink on paper, acrylic on canvas mounted on XPS foam board | 103 x 130 in. (260 x 330 cm)