Page 4 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, May 10, 2019 Seamstress’ embroidery art mimics painting By Tara Vocino O ne Malden artist has such a unique talent that many have mistaken her work as a painting; however, it is actually embroidery art. Malden artist Anna Thai recently hosted an art show at the Malden Catholic School for Girls to showcase her embroidery art. Shown, from left to right, are Vo Trong, Malden Catholic Principal Lisa Cenca, Malden artist Anna Thai, student Amy Nguyen, student Caroline Tham, and Brother Thomas Puccio. The work of seamstress Anna Thai is currently on display at the Malden Catholic School for Girls. Thai creates embroidery art on canvas with her favorite settings being nature, rain, snow, trees and grass. She added that she works on a small picture for two weeks, eight hours a day, and a bigger portrait for three months, eight hours a day. After immigrating to the PAINTING | SEE PAGE 6 Malden artist Anna Thai with Mayor Gary Christenson. Malden artist Anna Thai spent approximately two-and-a half months working on this pond canvas with trees in the background, which sells for $4,000.

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