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Anusorn «Maew» Siripin
Sahashanat «PO» Tagoenggom
Anusorn «Maew» Siripin
The “voice of silence” series of five acrylic paintings on canvas demonstrates Siripin Zen philosophy, cutting all external noise in order to listen to the inner voice.
He applies drawing techniques to his painted work whatever the media used (acrylic, oils or watercolor. This technique is particularly startling in his portraiture.
Professor Siripin is a specialist in portraiture and water colour techniques which he teaches at Silpakorn university.
He was born in December 1971 in a poor market farming family in in the plain of eastern Thailand. From a very young age he had to contribute to the family subsistence income. Despite all the difficulties, Siripin fought hard to gain an education and support his family. Nothing indicated any artistic inkling in his youth as he completed his college education in science and mathematics.
The paradigm shift happened when, aged 17, he was introduced to the beauty of art by a teacher, Ajahn* Jandu. This meeting changed everything for Siripin who, there and then, decided to abandon Sciences and take a further 4 years to obtain the Art qualification required to sit Sulpakorn University entrance exam. !Sulpakorn university is the most famous Art establishment in Thailand with over 4000 hopeful vying for 50 places every academic year.
Aged 29, Siripin graduated with honors and proceeded to embark on a further five years of study to gain his Master in Fine Art. This was made possible by him teaching at University at the same time, thus funding the Master course.
Today Ajahn* Siripin splits his time between lecturing at Sulpakorn University and developing his art in his studio at the Hua Hin artist village.
* Ajahn = teacher in Thai.
Sahashanat «PO» Tagoenggom
Mister PO is a self taught water colorist of great talent.
He expresses his feelings through his brush strokes and mastery of colours. He is a "wet on wet" specialist trying to create "impressionist" images.
Issued from a modest Phetchaburi family, on the gulf of Thailand, he was earnesly forbidden to paint by his father, who himself was painting movie posters as a living.
Upon the death of this father, he was able to join Phetchaburi Art school followed by a Master Degree from Sulpakorn University.
He is a founding member of the Hua Hin artist village where he applies his art for the last fifteen years.
Born in North East Thailand in 1965, professor Tawee is a leading light in the Thai contemporary art scene. A bachelor of Fine Arts from the prestigious Chulalungkorn university in Bangkok he is president of the Hua Hin artist group and of Hua Hin artist village. He participated in many exhibitions both in Thailand and Saudi Arabia. overseas, notably in Taiwan and Recently one of his lotus watercolour was auctioned in Bangkok for THB 2,000,000 (CHF 58,000). Professor Tawee work is very much in demand by many collectors the world over and prices for his art keeps escalating.
Suphasutha “Tung” Moonbunjong Suphasutha Moonbunjong was born in 1974 and raised in Ubon Ratchathani Thailand.She finished Studying art the Rajamagala University in 1996 and went on to achieve notable success in the field, representing her university across Thailand, in Australia and as far afield as Germany. Constantly striving to learn and progress her output has seen an impressive amount of exhibition of her work throughout Thailand including: A Solo Exhibition titled “Elephant Series” held at Golden Sould Gallery Hua Hin, Art Exhibition “Hua Hin – Bangkok” at Thai Commercial bank Headquarters Bangkok Art Exhibition titled “From seaside to hillside” at 116 Art Gallery Chiangmai. And being recruited onto “The Book Project” on Artists from Thailand being exhibited in Italy. While proficient in most mediums, Suphasutha enjoys painting in a Semi Abstract Style with a focus on the relationship between the Sea and Sky. Rich colours and an almost 3D depth to the paintings set her style apart “I like Paintings which shows the atmosphere of nature and different light from the season.”
Was born in 1976 in Naklonprathom, Thailand. His father was military officer, designing buildings in the Thai Air Force. This life of discipline and design helped define Warapol’s love for artwork. The straight lines of building design having a heavy influence in his admiration for the sharp lines present in the cubist style present in many of his pieces. After 6 years of education at institutions across Thailand, including Rajamangala Institute of Technology in Prathumtani Thailand, he based his studio in Hua-Hin as a member of the Hua-Hin Artists Village.His immense talent has allowed him representation at several exhibitions and showcases throughout Hua-Hin and Bangkok including: The celebration of “The Occasion of His Majesty The King’s Birthday Anniversary’ at Seacon Square Art Exhibition in Hua-Hin “About Colours” at Unity Art Gallery Hua-Hin, Prachuabkhirikhan. And being recruited onto “The Book Project” on Artists from Thailand being exhibited in Italy. The series of paintings currently available to purchase focuses on Still Life. Sharp lines, vivid colours and an abstract representation of everyday objects in a everyday setting. An insight into the style influence which has stayed with Warapol from a young age.