Born 7 October 1990, Thailand.
Master’s degree Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University, Thailand.
Bachelor’s degree Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University, Thailand.
'Silence Speaks', A Solo Exhibition by Chayanin Kwangkaew with G13 Gallery, Malaysia.
INTERNATIONAL SHOW / ART FAIRS
SEDEKAD: G13 10th Anniversary Exhibition, G13 Gallery, Malaysia.
Face Value with G13 Gallery, Malaysia.
Art Expo Malaysia Plus 2018 with G13 Gallery, Malaysia.
Hotel Art Fair Bangkok with G13 Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand.
' Elements of Breath' Thailand Artists Group Show with Dark Horse Experiment, Australia.
Art Expo Malaysia Plus 2017 with G13 Gallery, Malaysia.
Art Stage Singapore 2017 with G13 Gallery, Singapore.
Art Expo Malaysia Plus 2016 with G13 Gallery, Malaysia.
We R Gen-Y, G13 Gallery, Malaysia.
View from The 6ix, G13 Gallery, Malaysia.
4th UOB Painting of the Year competition and exhibition, 73-12 Gallery, Singapore.
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Main Course Painting Exhibition Vol.1, Kalwit Studio & Gallery, Thailand.
“Free Form”, The Seven Art Gallery, Thailand.
Art for life: Mercy mission, The Queen’s Gallery, Thailand.
Forever King, The international visual artist association of Thailand, Central Embassy, Thailand.
In Remembrance of Our Beloved King, K Village, Thailand.
King Bhumibol The Great, The International Visual Artist Association of Thailand.
King Bhumibol, Siam Square One, Play house, Thailand.
10th of Thailand's Art Association, The Art Gallery, Thailand.
The concept of self: on power, identity and labels", S.A.C. Subhashok the Art Centre, Bangkok, Thailand.
Featured in the 19th Panasonic Art Exhibition
Featured in the 7th Asia Plus Art Exhibition, Thailand.
The King of People’s Hearts, The international Visual Artist Association of Thailand, Central Embassy, Thailand.
Fine Day Exhibited, Art thesis exhibition by master degree of The Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University, Wangna Galleries, Thailand.
“King Rama IX” at Chor Pratumtong, Thailand.
“Desire” at People’s Gallery Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, Thailand.
26th Toshiba "Brings Good Things to Life" art competition 2014, Thailand.
4th Asia Plus Art Exhibition, Queen’s Gallery, Thailand.
30th Exhibition of Contemporary Art by Young Artists, Thailand.
“Landing” at Brown Sugar Bangkok, Thailand.
Landscape Painting Exhibition at Silpakorn University, Thailand.
“Outline” at Art Gorillas Art Gallery, Thailand.
Second Place Krungthai Art Awards 3
Special prize, the 6th Jintanakarn Suebsarn Wanakamthai project with Intouch.
First Place, the painting contest on the occasion of 85 Years of The Royal Father in Our Hearts art exhibition to glorify His Majesty the King at O.P. Garden.
First Place, Coffee Painting Competition Season 2 at Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museum.
Oil on Linen
Oil on Linen
An essence that is important and overwhelming is frequently obscured in our daily lives. It is not an extraordinary experience for a person to uncover this truth forever; however, it is still a crucial sense that helps us in grasping the universal laws of nature, both from within the life experience of oneself or that of others. As one might say, ‘Some people cannot see the wood for the trees’, which means that some people usually do not comprehend a situation that is within their reach because they are too involved in it. The relation between a situation and its details can be understood by an individual through observation and realisation of overlapping changes in the timeline and every coincided matter.
The stillness of an atmosphere is as if everything is paused from any kind of relationship, which is similar to clock hands that are stopped, whereby the motions of brush strokes are immediately halted. The effortless flow of paint colours not only complements but also makes portraits and still-objects to be intriguing and implicate the signs of fixation and changes. Every element is chosen, drawn, and composed in symbolism. Meanwhile, contrasting abstract aspects, such as consistency and fluctuation, along with firmness and fragility, had been arranged harmoniously together. Hence, both the visual language and the process of painting are not much different from the truth of mundane life.
“Whenever you are in your stillness, your surrounding keeps shifting, while on the other hand, when you are moving, everything keeps standing still. These two contrary aspects are continuously switching and fluctuating.” By understanding this paradigm, we would be assisted to see the reality and the way things are, which include the journeys of your thought and soul; this proves every possibility that everything can be learned and harmonised by yourself.
“The progress of learning about life is also a procedure of arts.” My artworks are developed from my daily routine and my self-awareness of life’s fundamentals that connect everything. With this belief, I created this artwork that connects life and art forms, which continuously converse with its viewers and the elements in the surrounding. The elements include the stories, the moral of natural law, the relation between the smallest and the largest equivalence, and the perception we have about things in front of ourselves.