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Fisherman’s Dream

Fisherman’s Dream

Technique :  Oil on Canvas Size :  120×100 cm. Year : 2007 From a conversation with a fisherman from a southern border province, unrest and its effect on a way of life which had once been peaceful. The unrest was an inspiration to the artist for this work in order to express the fisherman’s dream...

Friends

Friends

Friends are not racially segregated. They join together to get into company and support each other until their mutual goal is reached. Just beware of attachments.

The Blessing of Lord Buddha

The Blessing of Lord Buddha

Technique :  Acrylic on Canvas Size :  177.5x 146.7cm. Year : 2006 Painted in 2006. This work was given to Mr. Boonchai Bencharongkul as conclusions of the artist’s Buddhist artworks as well as the artist himself who attains to and understands Dharma, and aims for a release from a countless round of rebirth. In the...

Indra at Travatimsa Heaven

Indra at Travatimsa Heaven

Technique :  Acrylic on Canvas Size :  89×119 cm. Year : 1993 Indra is a king of devas (or deities) in the Tavatimsa heaven. He is still in Samsara (a round of rebirth) and wants to release himself from it. The painting represents Indra riding an elephant called Erawan which is flying above Anotata pond...

Telepathy

Telepathy

Technique :  Acrylic on Canvas Size :  120×90 cm. Year : 1990 The painting exhibits the artist’s unique style of Thai painting. A “Deva” (or a deity) is employed to represent a person who attains Dharma, stays away from materials, curtails the mundane state. The mind of a Dharma-attained person is like a deity. It...

The Gateway to Nirvana

The Gateway to Nirvana

Technique :  Acrylic on Canvas Size :  180×200 cm. Year : 1994 A combination of acrylic and pencil-used techniques, the painting’s modern composition, and symbols employed to convey the message. A lotus at the top represents “Nirvana” which is the supreme Dharma. At the bottom, water represents a defilement of happiness resulting from the attachment...