In this exhibition the works of Suporn Kaewda—known as the “Crayon Artist” because of his painting style using crayons—are on display and each reflects the mindset of Buddhism philosophy that teaches human beings to realize the mortality of things in the universe. When we are out of grieving, we should keep ourselves in right mindfulness to consider things as they are in nature, and let our mind state be free of any distress. The artworks, created in 2015 and 2016, illustrate the concept of training one’s mind to move incessantly as things keep changing.
Number 1 Gallery
19 Silom Rd, Soi 21
Viewing hours: Mon-Sat 11am-7pm
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