Amarin Buppasiri is a 31 years old Thai painter whose subject of predilection is pre-teen girls & boys. He showcases the absurdity of pre-teenagers sexualisation with outstanding reality and provocation. His paintings create a sentiment of unease when we are faced with the reality of an over connected modernity which affects the youth in unexpected and unmoderated fashion.
Little boy ( 32 cm x45 / Oil on canevas ) Sold
Little Girl ( 32 cm x 45 / Oil on canevas )
Boun is a sino-vietnamese painter living in Paris since 1973. he is a proud member of the French International Academy of Arts and also a member of the European academy of Arts. His unique style reflects his creativity and thirst of exploration. Nature is always at the core of his art, litteraly when he makes use of natural pigments to always be closer to his subjects.
splendide hiver ( 70 cm x90 / Oil on canevas ))
red mountain ( 80 cm x 90 /oil on canevas ) Sold
purple mystery ( 80cm x60 / Oil on canevas )
Chamnan Chongpaiboon graduated in Fine Art in Bangkok. He is a popular Thai artist who uses dots and concentric circles to come up with female portraits. Chamnan is mixing aboriginal dotting technique and pointillism to get a very unique style of beauty . The details and layers will reveal themselves the closer you get to his paintings. His use of vibrant colors makes him a typical Thai painters.
Red lips ( 100cm x 130 / acrylic )
Blue lips ( 100cm x130 / acrylic ) Sold
Ko Htwe is a burmese contemporary painter. Deeply buddhist, his kharma pushes him to represent young and old burmese showing respect to tradition and buddhist philosophy.
Yellow Monk ( 45 cm x 60 / acrylic ) Sold
Stone Buddha ( 45cmx60 / acrylic )
House ( 45 cmX 60 / acrylic )
Luong Trung is a 35 years old vietnamese painter. A member of Viet Nam Fine Art Association organization, he embodies the Hanoi contemporary art scene with his cynical pieces. He depicts the excesses brought onto vietnamese society by modernity. Using children to showcase the absurdity of day to day situations, he hardly criticises the lack of culture and sophistication of his fellow citizens.
Pissing boys ( 90 cmx120 / oil on canevas ) Sold
Cool barman ( 90 cm x 120 / acrylic )
Shopping trip ( 90 cm x 120/ acrylic )
Lin Zhi is a chinese writer, painter and musician.
The One Child novel by Lin Zhi was originally published in 2007. The idea behind the One Child series of watercolors came from the novel he wrote.
In recent years One Child series of paintings has caught sight of many people. It is also becoming a pop icon, getting more and more interest from the youth and collectors across China.
The story of One Child will never end. The childs may only have one eye open on the insane world they live in, but their happiness & innocence will remain no matter what.
Lin Zhi has been trying to bring different ways to express the issues of our times into his paintings so that people may feel sympathetic towards each other.
One Child 's freedom ( 70x83 /watercolor + pigments )
One Child 4 ( 70 cm x83 /watercolor + pigment)
One Child 1 ( 70 cm x83 / watercolor + pigments)
One Child 2 ( 56 cmx72 / watercolor + pigments )
One Child 3 ( 56 cm x72 / watercolor + pigments )
NGUYEN THE DUNG
Born in 1985, Nguyen The Dung is an emerging artist from Vietnam. He is a graduate of Vietnam University of Fine Arts in Hanoi where he got his Bachelor’s degree.
Each artist has a key theme defined by the reality in life which is most familiar to him. In the case of artist Nguyen The Dung, it is a cow. His very art icon is a cow. He is obsessed by cow.
The departure point of Nguyen The Dung’s paintings is realistic description, yet his style is not purely the art of painting, but a blend with graphic arts in his application of the even, smooth background with minimal use of chiaroscuro technique, and recurring forms with unsophisticated details in simple composition. It then transforms on to surrealism, and to some extends, pop-art. Dung possesses an uncommon palette, with the hues and tones seem like an echo of a remote place and time in pale purple, light pink, ochre, grey, all invoking a nostalgia, anxiety and regret. Such choice of color reflects well the spiritual life and artistic life of Nguyen The Dung.
Red sofa ( 140 cmx 110 / acrylic )
Fishing Bowl ( 140 cmx110 /acrylic )
Black & White ( 140 cm x 110 / acrylic) . Sold
Le Nguyen Manh
Le Nguyen Manh is a Vietnamese artist born in 1977. He graduated from Vietnam University of Fine Arts, Hanoi and has done multiple exhibition in Vietnam. His psychedelic paintings reflect the change happening in Vietnam where modernity meets tradition in a fusion not always making sense.
World War 3 ( 100cm x120 / acrylic )
Paitoon Jumee is a young Thai artists from Bangkok who graduated from the prestigious Thai Pohchang University. He is worldly praised for his contemporary colorful yet serene women faces - a reminder of an ancestral culture. Eyes closed, his painting and masks recall the overwhelming presence of buddha representation across south east asia and delicately move the spectator into introspection.
Dream ( 90 cm x 150 /acrylic )
Serenity ( 90 cmx 150 / acrylic )
Inspiration ( 90cm x150/ acrylic )
Eternity ( 90 cm x150 / acrylic ) Sold
Blue eyes ( 90 cm x150 / acrylic ) SOLD
mask N 6 ( sculpture in resine . 60 H x 35 L )
mask N 2 ( sculpture in resine )
mask N 8 ( sculpture in resine )
Mask N 4 ( sculpture in resine )
Mask N1 ( sculpture in resine )
Blue mask ( sculpture in resine )
Mask N 7 ( sculpture in resine )
Mask N 5 ( sculpture in resine ) SOLD
Mask 1 ( 35 cm x60 ) . masque en résine .
S Moe Z is a painter born in Myanmar in 1977. He has studied under the master U Saw Than Naing and has studied in the State School of Fine Art, Yangon.
His deep paintings are a perpetual struggle between light and darkness. The darkness is always overwhelming as most burmese are still trying to make ends meet. The monks, having a major part in burmese life, represent the embodiment of this struggle and the fight that is upon them to free themselves from oppression. Yet light is present as hope is not something you can take away from this spirited country.
The monk's journey
Heritage 2 ( 80 cm x100 / acrylic) .
Heritage ( 90 cm x 120 / acrylic ) Sold
Shwe Thein was born in 1981 in Myanmar . Master graduated from the prestigious Yangon State School of Fine Art and studied under the supervision of famous Burmese artists like Mon Thet and U Than kyawe for several years .
Shwe Thein is now famous for his colorful Rakhine sampans with their patched sails . In his sailboat paintings you have a powerful combination of sky , water and boats depicting the colorful fishermen. The interplay of light and colors brings to the viewer a sensation of beauty and harmony which is the main objective for this buddhist artist.
Currently he started to paint series of Rakhine sampans in almost abstract style , that brought him to the attention of a wider art public lovers .
wings in the wind ( 61cmx76)
Red wings ( 120 cm x150 / acrylic )
Blue light ( 76cmx91 cm )
Sampan 1 ( 76 cm x 91 cm )
Sampan 2 ( 76 cm x 91 cm )
Sampan 3 ( 76 cm x 91 cm )
Peacful morning ( 61 cm x 45 cm )
Blue lagon ( 120 cmx180 / acrylic )
Freedom ( 120 cm x 150 / acrylic ) Sold
Sunset . ( 120 cm x90 / acrylic ) Sold
Gold light ( 120 cm x 180 / acrylic ) Sold
Blue Sampan ( 120 cm x 180 / acrylic ) Sold
Than Kyaw htay
Than Kyaw Htay is inspired by the Pa-O people of the Shan States in the north-east of Myanmar. They are easily identifiable by the colorful turbans worn by both men and women. These paintings feature a figure or figures standing or squatting, sometimes looking slightly off-balance, which the artist says is an echo of the political instability of the country. They look out over a beautiful but empty countryside, which creates a feeling of isolation, another metaphor for the country as a whole.
The artist says he depicts the landscape in vibrant, vivid colors, because his people are longing for a brighter future as they stare into the distance. He depicts the backs of people because Myanmar has turned its back on the world, but the figures are often outlined with a thin, uneven rim of warm contrasting color, representing a sliver of hope in an otherwise grim reality.
Inspired by Van Gogh, Than Kyaw Htay gives his paintings texture and added depth by scratching a comb through the pigments, at times revealing the contrasting underpainting. This technique smoothes and integrates the tones of the figures, clothes and landscape, giving the works an added dimension and energy.