Quang Ho (b. 1963), born in Hue Vietnam, is an American painter whose subject matter includes still lifes, landscapes, interiors, and figures.The artist works moistly in oils and occasionally in watercolors and pastels but does not focus on a particular mode of expression. His work is concerned with the representation of details in his environment.His individual pieces explore different ideas, and a single painting may be a color study, investigation of formal arrangement, or an exploration of texture and surface. He immigrated to the United States in 1975 and later attended the Colorado Institute of Art. The artist teaches at the Denver Art Students League, and his illustrations have been exhibited at the Museum of American Illustrations.