Art Exhibition: Supmanee’s Art in Nature

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Artist: Supmanee Chaisansuk

Art Type: Acrylic and watercolor painting

Concept: It started like most art would and didn’t go as was imagined. First there was a sense irritation, that grew into loneliness then sorrow. Sometimes in life, these feelings make us feel uneasy and then depressed. It seems as if the nature we often overlook, like trees, leaves, flowers and shrubbery along a pathway, helps us feel more content. We begin to understand the value and beauty of nature as it inspires creativity and then becomes a part of our daily life. By expressing the beauty of nature as felt by the subconscious and combining this with observation, and movement in our everyday life, artworks are created through paint, pigment and water that communicate the feelings of mystery, complexity, warmth, joy and freedom. This beauty of life is what helps heal the soul.

Dates: 13 September – 1 October 2017

Opening Ceremony: Saturday, 16 September 2017 at 6:00 PM

Venue: Exhibition Hall, Floor 1, Room 2

For more details on the exhibition, please call Tel. 062-261-6692, email: or visit

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