Gold Buckle Network™ Features Western Art by World Painter and Master Teacher Lap Ngo

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GBNÂ? General Store Offers Western Works of Wonder on the Web

Gold Buckle Network™ (GBN™) (http://www.goldbucklenetwork.com) — The New Way To Access The West™ — features world-renowned painter and visual arts teacher Lap Ngo (pronounced “no”) in the online GBN General Store. The GBN General Store offers a selection of original Western oil paintings and attractive prints by Ngo, all of which can be viewed and purchased at http://www.goldbucklenetwork.com.

Expressing the spirit and depth of Lap Ngo’s creative vision, the original oil paintings are available on canvas and wood. Each piece reflects the artist’s unique Western perspective and makes a perfect addition to any collection. The GBN General Store also offers affordable prints up to 16 by 20 inches. These professional quality digital images appear in brilliant color and are printed on special 100-year photo paper. Prices of Lap Ngo artwork ranges $65 to $8,000 depending on size, technique and materials.

“I am very excited to offer my paintings through the GBN General Store. With GBN, now people have one place to go for all things Western,” Mr. Ngo said. “I look forward to being part of the GBN experience.”

Lap Ngo, originally from idyllic Halong Bay in Vietnam, has spent a lifetime traveling through the cities of Europe, the colorful, rustic countryside of African, and the dusty back roads of South Texas, before settling near family north of Dallas. Known simply as “World Painter,” Ngo is indeed a product and visual expressionist of his life-long journey through different nations and cultures. An international artist and master teacher of many techniques, his paintings expose the light and beauty in every day settings like a sunset cattle drive or dynamic action in the Rodeo arena.

Lap Ngo captures vignettes of daily life in all his paintings. Viewers of his art gain insight into the different aspects of Ngo’s unique world. Whether painting with the soft brush strokes of the Impressionists he learned during years of study in Europe or capturing the bold colors of Africa or the bluebonnet fields of Texas, Lap Ngo imparts his special visions on canvas and wood.

“I'm an Asian who paints scenes of Africa, Europe, and America,” said, Mr. Ngo. “Art ignores all boundaries of race, economics, or tradition and goes straight to the heart and soul of individuals.”

A true artist, Lap Ngo paints what he wants and not what others demand. His works radiate serenity and harmony, and they hang on walls in Embassies and private homes all over the world. According to Ngo, “In this new century, networks like GBN are helping to build bridges between different cultures while promoting a truly global community.”

The GBN General Store is part of the Gold Buckle Network, where visitors can watch TV-quality rodeo, Western movies, music videos, kids’ shows, and more. GBN is also the online destination for streaming audio Country music, event information, and Western news. Visit GBN at http://www.goldbucklenetwork.com.

GBN is an online TV network, music source and department store for everything Western. At http://www.goldbucklenetwork.com visitors watch rodeos and other Western sports, classic full-length Western movies, documentaries, lifestyle programs, kids’ shows and more. In addition, the GBN General Store offers a great selection of unique Western-influenced products. GBN is The New Way To Access The West™ — an entertaining and informative online community for millions of Western enthusiasts all over the world. Businesses rely on GBN for one-to-one access to this significant consumer market. For more information about GBN, please visit http://www.goldbucklenetwork.com.

The Gold Buckle Network name, the GBN acronym, the Gold Buckle Network Logo, and The New Way To Access The West are trademarks of Gold Buckle Network, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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Contact:

Victor DiBlasi, Gold Buckle Network

Phone (972) 387-4320

victord@goldbucklenetwork.com

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