Somchai Wacharasombat is an artist with unique style expressed through both his acrylic paintings and drawings. He is a member of "Dharma Group"which leads by the National Artist, Pratuang Em-Charoen. Dharma Group is a one of the most prolific and active contemporary art group in Thailand. Somchai is passionate about painting. He has volunteered to teach art to children, governmental and private orgaisations for free.
Maitree Homtong : Apart from being a family member of Pratuang Em-Charoen, the National Artist and one of Thailand’s most respected artists, Maitree Homtong is regarded as one of the most important figure in Thailand’s contemporary art scene. Maitree’s goal is to exhibition his artworks every year. His dedication has earned him the title of the Thai artist whose works have been most exhibited as solo exhibitions. He has also been invited to participate in group exhibitions both locally and internationally. Maitree has done several charity works including teaching art to children, governmental and private organisations for free.
Wichien Wongsupalak From a young man with a degree from Po Chang Art Schoolin 1982, Wichien has followed his dream of becoming an artist who tries to capture the beauty of nature and create peace .For many years, he led a group of friends and moved to Doi Khun Tal to create paintings inspired by nature. When he came back to Bangkok, he found "Tawan Group" which aims to support up-and-coming contemporary artists in Thailand. Wichien is known from his acrylic paintings of lush green plants, colourful flowers and beautiful landscapes of the north of Thailand. Apart from being an artist, he is also an environmentalist who tries to raise awareness about environmental issues with his organic garden learning centre in Nonthaburi. His paintings portray the longing, the understanding of Dhama, the normalcy and the nature. He also helps organise many art related activities.
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre
Event Date : 29 March - 10 April 2016
Location: Hall, 1st floor and Hall, L floor
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