The art of dirt: cultivating prosperity in the developing world

I’m so thrilled to be part of “The Art of Dirt” exhibition in Denver, USA (September 1st – 25th). Artwork from all round the world was brought to Denver especially for this show and will be offered for sale through an online auction with proceeds benefiting IDE. The wonderful team at IDE Cambodia visited me in Phnom Penh and left with two of my paintings. I’m so excited to see my works displayed beside other exceptionally high quality paintings and of course I’m very proud to be representing Cambodia.

The exhibition provides a unique window on rural life in the developing world. The show presents a range of images of rural markets and farming, with works from established and emerging artists from Central America, Asia and Africa, in a variety of styles from semi-abstract to representative. Please share the link with your friends and if you get a chance support the IDE organization. They provide low-cost water technologies, access to better seeds and growing techniques, and better connections to markets. Help make a difference in the developing world, cultivate prosperity in Africa, Asia and Latin America and get some amazing artwork too!

One of my paintings at the auction can be found here: Khmer Living and there is the main art of dirt website