John Trinh

The ArtisSpectrum magazine (NY) wrote: "John Trinh is a painter whose broad experience has been distilled into his spare, deceptively simple images. He received his training at the prestigious Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, and the American Animation Institute in North Hollywood, California. Trinhs commercial work has garnered numerous industry awards and has been featured in major publications such as American Illustration (NY), National Alliance for Excellence (NY), World Studio Foundation (NY). His paintings have been widely exhibited and held in several private collections - Agora Gallery (NY), Disney Synergy (CA), and Norman Schwarskopf collections to name a few."

"Themes of universality have been Trinhs main artistic exploration in his latest large-scale paintings. Favoring straightforward imagery rather than an idiosyncratic painting style, Trinhs artistic motivation as an artist is to foster communication among people of all ages."


"Things I feel strongly about."

Less is more.--Anonymous.
It takes a long time to become young--Picasso.

Mother and Child “Mother and Child”

Acrylics on canvas. Permanent collection -- Contemporary Museum of Fine Art of Nevada, Las Vegas.

Figure study “Figure study”

Student work.

"The After Life" “"The After Life"”

World Of Art (WOA), Moma issue (2020)

When The Soul Leaves The Body “When The Soul Leaves The Body”

World Of Art (WOA), Moma issue (2020)

"Blue Soul" “"Blue Soul"”

Top 10 Contemporary Artists book, MOT (2020)