Thursday, December 31, 2015

~Portriat of BaoBai Thao~

I love my Italian Greyhound! BaoBai is spoiled but she is the sweetest girl! My life would be colorless without her.

Wednesday, December 2, 2015

~A Frozen Affair~ December royalty issue of Jute Magazine

 Featuring my North Star Headdress

 Featuring my Winter Headdress

Featuring my Owl Mask

Featuring my Veil Mask

December royalty issue of Jute Magazine

Sunday, November 15, 2015

~North Star Headdress~

I had so much fun creating this!

~Winter Snow Elk Headdress~One of a Kind

I look forward to creating more!

Thursday, October 29, 2015


Been busy with Halloween orders so I only had 1 day to create my look. Hopefully I'll have time to carve a pumpkin this year. Happy Halloween!

Sunday, October 25, 2015

Bonded Twins

~Bonded Twins~
Oil on canvas

Part of the American Horror Story Exhibit Gala located at Cream City Tattoo. I won 1 place for this submission. Thanks for the love and support!

The exhibit runs until Oct. 31 Please stop by and check out all of the amazing artwork.

Saturday, October 24, 2015

St. Cloud Crosswalk Project

My Crosswalk design is finally completed! Located on 3rd Street N and 16th Ave N

I’m excited to be a part of the Crosswalk Project. Thanks to all of the volunteers and St. Cloud Arts Commission for support the arts!

Tuesday, October 13, 2015


I'm super excited! THE FORBIDDEN TREASURE that I illustrated for a very talented Hmong author See Lor.


The Forbidden Treasure is an inspired Hmong folktale that teaches about kindness, humbleness, and greed. For her kindness, Pa Chia was taken to a forbidden treasure, unreachable and untouched by humans. When My Kue found out about Pa Chia’s secret, her greed got the best of her.

By See Lor
Illustrated by Kao Lee Thao


Tuesday, September 8, 2015

~Fresh Traditions~

~Fresh Traditions~
Acrylic on canvas

Just a sneak peek. One lucky person will win this original painting at Fresh Traditions Fashion Show.

Saturday, September 12th

Roy Wilkins Auditorium
175 W Kellogg Blvd
Saint Paul, MN 55401

Monday, September 7, 2015

Hmong MN Day at The MN State Fair

LIVE Painting competition I participated during the Hmong MN Day at the MN Sate Fair. Had fun painting with many talented local Hmong artists. I won the 1st Place Blue Ribbon! Thanks for the love and support. It feels amazing to be an artist.

Saturday, August 29, 2015

TOMODACHI x mt tape Exhibit @ Mall Of America

Had so much fun at the TOMODACHI x mt tape Art Exhibit @ Mall of America! Thank you for those of you who came out to support me! I love pushing my creativity...

Friday, August 28, 2015

~Monsoon~ Sneak Peek
paper cut out and Japanese washi tape brand, mt masking tape

TOMODACHI x mt tape Art Exhibit
Mall of America
Saturday, August 29th
12:00 pm-6:00pm

So excited to b a part of this show! I can't wait to get a laser cutter so I no longer have to hand cut everything.

This event was co-presented with Minneapolis contemporary art space Public Functionary.

Thursday, July 23, 2015

~Once Upon A Time~ Chalk Art

Had a great time creating Chalk Art @ Barnes & Nobel located in St. Cloud. I even won a gift for Most Complicated category.

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Monday, May 25, 2015

Sunday, May 24, 2015

~In Bloom Headdress~

I had so much fun creating this headpiece... I can't wait to create more!

Saturday, May 23, 2015

~The Virgin~

Part of my COVEN Live installation Art Show. Just another sneak peek. I can't wait to add color!

Saturday, May 9, 2015

~Artist Open House~

All of the vibrant paints and painting materials to complete this project was donated by Sherwin-Williams. Thanks for your generosity and being part of this wonderful project.

The store manager, Brett Foster even stopped by to help paint with the community.

Please stop by and show them some love on your next project!
106 Division Street
Waite Park, MN

Painting with the community. This project was sponsored by SCRAPS and the Arts Commission

Thursday, March 26, 2015

St. John’s Cantius Neighborhood Gateway Project

St. John’s Cantius Neighborhood Gateway
Site location
1740 St. Germain St. alongside Minnesota Highway 23

My vision is to create an obelisk gateway land marker inspired by the historical architecture that surrounds the community.

The steel structure is 12ft by 6ft. The color scheme is to enlighten the neighborhood throughout the year. As the seasons change the sculpture will always be bright and vibrant emitting positive energy. This is just the initial design to give you an idea of what the final sculpture will look like. As I attend community events and meet local community leaders the design will evolve and change.

For the community component I will organize a creative placemaking Brick Painting Event. The community will be able to participate by painting bricks and write inspirational words about what community means to them. All of the bricks painted by the community will be incorporated into the final landscape design. The sculpture will not just be a public art piece but it will symbolize our community. The community’s voice will be visible even from an aerial view.

Saturday, February 7, 2015