“I’ll Spread My Wings”, a solo exhibition featuring the latest works by talented female Thai artist Sudrak Khongpuang, explores the simplicity of Thai life in the cradle of Mother Nature.
Through her work, Khongpuang escapes the confines of the city to connect her spirit with the veiled bird flying above the vast rice fields, rivers and streams. In this her landscapes exude a peaceful and wondrous quality. A contemporary public figure, author Bryant McGill, once said that, “Simplicity is the most complex concept you will ever contemplate.” A statement which people universally can relate to, and one expressed through the simple yet complicated brushstrokes of Khongpuang’s work.
Highlighting her use of pastel colours, the exhibition seeks to find a haven within nature and expresses gratitude for life through its serene and contemplative vibe. With the work, the artist explains her desire, “I will spread my wings and fly in the breeze of freedom… they help me to illustrate my identity.”
I’ll Spread My Wings
Until September 14
Koi Art Gallery
245 Sukhumvit 31 Rd (Soi Sawaddee)
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