Attasit Pokpong is considered one of the fastest rising stars of the art scene in Thailand. Attasit belongs to a new generation of Thai contemporary artists who are making their mark both in Thailand and throughout Asia and the world.
He is a technical master of both watercolor and oil painting. His work has sold all over the world and he has exhibited many times in Thailand and around the world.
His unique style has attracted considerable international attention, prompting exhibitions in Shanghai and Paris in 2009, Dublin and Edinburgh in 2008, Hong Kong and Japan in 2006 and 2007, and in New York in 2010 and ect.
Lady in Red no.2, 2016, Oil on linen, 70 x130 cm. SOLD
Lady in Red no.1, 2016, Oil on linen, 70 x130 cm. SOLD
So fancy,2016, Water color, 100x115cm
Two faces 2016, oil on linen, 120x140cm
Exotica,2016, Oil on linen, 100x120 cm.
Uncensored 2016, Oil on linen, 130x190 cm
She1, Oil on linen, 250x177 cm
She2 , Oil on linen, 250x117 cm.
Red hat , 2015, Oil on linen, 230 x 320 cm
Twin , 2009, Oil on linen ,315x248 cm
Blue Lady, 2014, Oil on linen, 150 x150 cm.
Dream no2 , 2009, Oil on linen, 288x238 cm
Dream no1 , 2008, Oil on linen, 298x238 cm
Born in South Korea in 1959, Shin Jaedon came to Australia in 2007, after graduating from RMIT University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts has spent his time between Seoul and Melbourne presenting regular exhibitions in both cities.
The bulk of Shin Jaedon’s work comprises figurative paintings of people. His paintings express compassion for his fellow man, with his innate concern for human life being at the heart of his work. By commenting on the plight of human kind, it can be surmised that his paintings are born out of the same concern for the human condition as motivated his participation in the Korean democracy movements of the 1980s. He is driven by deep compassion for ordinary people who are powerless and never truly free - yet living their lives patiently and stoically as a mere speck at an infinitesimal point in time within the landscape of the long course of history. This is equally true of the subject matter of his paintings as it is of socio-political factors in the Korea nation.
His paintings include a range of commonly seen characters around us and the artist draws our attention to loneliness and isolation found even in the hustle and bustle of modern-day existence. Another aspect of Shin’s work delves into socio-political events involving the Korean people in both North and South Korea. The figures appearing in these paintings represent the characters who played a role in those events who, in the end, are just ordinary people going about their lives but who, by virtue of being at that place at that particular time, were swept up in social and political circumstances and became victims of history. The artist’s work can be a gentle expression of sadness and grief for those affected, and as such pays tribute to the nameless people who live their lives in the harsh shadow of history.
However, regardless of the subject matter, the prime motivation of the artist is to communicate with society through his art. Shin’s current works speak through the past and will continue to speak to and challenge people who encounter his work in the future. Wherever we go, may we go with a modicum of sorrow and feel compassion for one another.
"Composition of Life"No.1 / Ceramic 1230 ˚c40 x 50 cm.AUD $1000
"2in1" / Ceramic 1230 ˚c / 38 x 54 cm. AUD $1000
"Composition of Life"No.2 / Ceramic 1230 ˚c47 x 50 cm.AUD $1000
"Composition of Life"No.7 / Ceramic 1230 ˚c 70 x 50 cm. AUD $2,500
"Composition of Life"No.10 / Ceramic 1230 ˚c 40 x 50 cm. AUD $1000
"Composition of Life"No.14 / Ceramic 1230 ˚c 40 x 50 cm.AUD $1000
"Composition of Life"No.15 / Ceramic 1230 ˚c 40 x 50 cm. AUD $1000
"Pollution"No.11 / CeramicWood Firing 1280 ˚c / 30 x 18 cm. AUD $1500
"Pollution" No.12 / CeramicWood Firing 1280 ˚c / 25 x 19 cm. AUD $1500
"Pollution" No.17/ CeramicWood Firing 1280 ˚c/ 40 x 28 cm. AUD $2600
Born in 1978 in Thailand, Sarawut Yasamut's paintings show the transformation of his emotions and feelings as a result of his obsession with online media. He has expressed the feelings through a collection of oil paintings in a frenzy of swift and powerful brush strokes to depict the state of his emotions and feelings at different points in time.
"Virtual people#1"2015, Size 120x150 cm. oil on canvas, AUD $6,500
"Virtual people #2" 2015, Size 140x150 cm. oil on canvas, AUD $6,500
"Connect to Greek" 2015, Size 120x120 cm. oil on canvas, AUD $3,700
"Untitled" 2016, Size 120x150 cm. oil on canvas, AUD $5,500 SOLD
"Virtual people #7" 2015, Size 120x150 cm. oil on canvas, AUD $5,500
"Virtual people #10" 2015, Size 80x100 cm. oil on canvas, AUD $3,500
"Setting ID 09" 2015, Size 60x80 cm. oil on canvas, AUD $2,000
"Virtual people #11" 2015, Size 120x120 cm. oil on canvas, AUD $3,800
"Untitled #1" 2015, Size 30x40 cm. oil on canvas, AUD $990
"Untitled #2" 2015, Size 30x40 cm. oil on canvas, AUD $990
"Untitled #3" 2015, Size 30x40 cm. oil on canvas, AUD $990
"Untitled #4" 2015, Size 30x40 cm. oil on canvas, AUD $990
Uttaporn Nimmalaikeaw (Thai, born 1980)
Showing amazing skill and technic Uttaporn produces an analog 3D effect through painting on layers of fine netting or tulle, with subjects who appear to be sitting in chairs or lying down on beds. As your view of the paintings changes angles they move with you creating a new dimension and altering form. So often his family are the subjects of his work, allowing him to preserve them and capture his love of them in a way that with live on forever.
Born in 1971 in Thailand, Visarute is a commercial photographer who finds passion in exploring life photography in his spare time. His photographic work of Siamese Fighting Fish has earned him a sensational recognition locally and internationally.
The collection was recently featured in the UK's Daily Mail and The Guardian as well as several international publications such as Italy’s Vanity Fair, a cover of Thai Airways’ inflight magazine and etc.
In 2015, Visarute is selected by Apple Inc. to be part of the creative team to devlop wallpaper for iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S+ with image of Siamese fighting fish as key feature.
Visarute’s artwork has been exhibited in Singapore, Hong Kong, and New York through an exclusive representation by La Lanta Fine Art.
Visarute earned a bachalor degree in advertising from Chulalongkorn University. He lives and works in Bangkok, Thailand.
* available size in 60x90cm $3,800 L/E of 10 40x50cm. $1,600 L/E of 30
Photography in acrylic face mount L/E 5/10 Size 60x90 cm. AUD $3,800
Photography in acrylic face mount L/E 3/10 Size 60x90 cm. AUD $3,800
"Dance of Spring"2016
Photography in acrylic face mount L/E 5/10 Size 60x90 cm. AUD $3,800
"Orange Petal" 2016
Photography in acrylic face mount L/E 1/10 Size 60x90 cm. AUD $3,800
Born 1975 in Thailand, Vichit Nongnual graduate from Silpakorn University. His paintings presented in most famous Art Fair, every year, around the World. Vichit's work have been exhibited in New York, Hong Kong, Beijing, Singapore and London