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Mr.Preekamol Chiewvanich

Born on 13 March 1966

In Phranakhon Sri Ayuthaya Province

 

EDUCATION:

– Arts College, The Fine Arts Department

– Bachelor of Art – Painting, Silpakorn University

– Master of Art – Painting, Sipakorn University

 

PRESENT

– Lecturer of Painting Subject, Arts College, The Fine Arts Department

 

EXPERIENCE:

2004 – The International Seminar on Conservation and Restoration of Painted

Artworks at Bangkok.

2005 – The Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation The University of Melbourne at

National Gallery.

1991 – Arts scholarship by Australian Embassy

1998 – Excellent Panasonic Contemporary Painting No. 3

1994 – Second prize – Silver medal of National Arts No. 44 at National Gallery.

– Championship – Contemporary Art, Thai Farmers’ Bank

– Special prize – Art brings the best thing to your life – Toshiba, National

Gallery.

2003 – Second prize – Krung Thai Bank – National Art No. 49

2005 – Second prize – Amata Art Award 2005

2006 – Silp Peerasri Scholar – Excellent Artist of Thailand Honorary Project

 

EXHIBITION HISTORY:

1992 – Art Work Show, funded for art promotion from Australian Embassy, Bangkok

Metropolis, at Art Center, Faculty of Fine Arts

– Contemporary lines drawing at Art Center, Faculty of Fine Arts,

Silpakorn University.

1994 – National Arts No. 37 at Nation Gallery

– Workshop seminar about Paper Art at Art Center, Faculty of Fine Arts,

Silpakorn University.

1995 – National Art No. 38 at National Gallery.

1996 – S.O.S. Art Exhibition at City Gallery, Siam City Hotel, Bangkok Metropolis.

1997 – National Art No. 43 at National Gallery.

– Ratanakosin Art of 9th Reign Exhibition

– 9th Reign National Art Exhibition at Queen Sirikit National Convention Center.

– 50-years Faculty of Fine Arts Exhibition, Silapakorn University.

1998 – “Art for the River” Exhibition (No. 1), The Emporium, Sukhumvit, Bangkok

Metropolis. School’s project : Chao Phraya Ship and Miracle Eyes

– Ayudhya Contemporary Art Project 1998 (No. 1) at History Educational

Center.

– National Art No. 44 at National Gallery.

– Square Group Exhibition at City Gallery, Bangkok Metropolis.

1999 – Painting Exhibition of Artist and the River in “Long Mae Klong –

Thong Mae Nam Phet ” Project (Thai Environmental Foundation)

2000 – Thai Art 2000 at Art Center, Silapakorn University, California Poly Technique

University, U.S.A.

– Thai Art 2000 at Art Center, Silapakorn University, Art Center in Cologne,

Germany.

– “Chao Phraya – the River of the Land” Exhibition at Art Center,

Silpakorn University.

 

EXHIBITION HISTORY:

2001 – Thai Art 2001 at Art Center, Silapakorn University.

– Art for Silp Peerasri at Art Center, Silpakorn University 2000

– Art Project by 24 artists of Scopolamine group No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 at Bangkok

Metropolis.

– Art Exhibition Artist…Portrait 2001 at Art Center, Silpakorn University between

15 September -10 October 2001.

– “New Millennium Sukhothai 2001” Exhibition at Art Center, National

Culture Center of Thailand, Bangkok Metropolis.

– Art for the River Exhibition (No. 2), School’s project: Chao Phraya Ship and

Miracle Eyes.

2002 – Thai Contemporary Art 2001 Project.

– “Unseen in Fame” art of 4 regions at Ayothaya Contemporary Art Center

(TAT)

– “5 Decades National Art” Exhibition at Art Center, Silpakorn University.

– “Art Works from Artists for Elephants” Exhibition” (Northern Elephant

Conservative Foundation) at Hilton International Bangkok.

– Image of drama of Thai Art Project 2002.

– Landscape 2001 Exhibition at Art Center, Silapakorn University.

– Power and Glory Exhibition at Silom Gallery.

– Earth and Human Exhibition at Genesis’s Gallery Bangkok

– Water-color Artist Exhibition at Genesis’s Gallery Bangkok

– Contemporary Drawing between 15 September – 5 October 2002 at Art

Center, Silpakorn University.

 

EXHIBITION HISTORY:

2003 – Contemporary Art for 60-years Faculty of Fine Arts.

– International Print and Drawing Exhibition.

– National Arts No. 40 at National Gallery.

– Thai Art No. 5: Art in Box

– 60-years Silpakorn University Happiness Exhibition.

– Grand Water-Color of Thailand at The Galleria.

2004 – “Ease & Wild” Exhibition between 10-18 June 2004 at All Seasons Place.

Asian-Japan Art Exhibition between 11-17 March at Amarin Hall, Amarin

Plaza.

– “Art Exhibition Luggage Project Art at Airport in Denver Colorado U.S.A. June

2004” Exhibition.

– Art exhibition of member countries of East Asia and Latin America (Fealac)

No. 2 in Philippines, Manila by Ministry of Culture and Ministry of Foreign

Affairs.

– Thai Arts No. 3, 2004-2005: New Visions of Thai Phra Bot.

– National Arts No. 50, at Silpakorn University. 6th Anniversary Birthday Art and

Cultural Center.

– Spirit for Bangpakong River Project, Art for Environment Project

“Artists – Arts and Bangpakong River” at Fortune Hotel.

– Little House in the Big Forest Art Show (Siam Commercial Bank)

.At Museum Hall.

– Intangible and Semi-intangible Art Show at Rim Nan Art Center, Nan

Province.

– Ayutthaya Contemporary Art No. 2 at Preekamol Art Gallery.

– Five Centuries of Art Education – Artist Fair at Silom Gallerier, Bangkok

Metropolis.

2005 – Second prize from Amata Art Award 2005

– Project to promote tourism to raise fund for Ratchaprachanukroah

Foundation in case

of Tsunami in the south (Krabi), at Imperial Queens’ Park,

BangkokMetropolis.

– “Reviving the Andaman” 100 days memory.

– Korea – Thai Contemporary Art Exhibition 2005. At Central Department

Store,

Thailand (16 Thai artists and 147 Korean artists).

(To raise fund to support Tsunami victims between 15 February – 15

March 2005)

– Thai-China Art Project at Art Center of Beijing Library between 27 June

– 3 July 2005.

– The Fortune Art Project I at Art Gallery of Art and Designs, Faculty of

Decorative Art, Silpakorn University, between 8-15 March 2005)

– The Folklores Art By 11 artists at Empire Building, Sathon Road

between

26 November – 30 December 2005.

– Thai Contemporary Art Project No. 6, 2005-2006 Foot-Footprint

2006 – Back to the Hometown Art Project by 19 artists of Phra Nakhon Sri

Ayutthaya

Province.

“Contemporary Art in Ayutthaya 3/2006” at Ayothaya Contemporary Art

Center.

(TAT, Ayutthaya Building) between 1 January – 28 February 2006.

– The 12TH International biennial print and drawing exhibition Taiwan

museum of art

– Amata Art Award

  1. At East Region Art and Cultural Center, Burapha University, Chonburi

between

December – January.

  1. At National Art Museum, Chaofa Road, Bangkok Metropolis between

March – April.

– Contemporary Art to Community Project at Prekamol Art Studio,

Phra Nakhon Sri Ayutthaya District, Ayutthaya Province between 1

January

– 30 December 2006.

– Special invited artist in Water-Color Philter Exhibition at Gallery in Suan

Phak Kad Palace, March 2006.

– Special invited artist in Doi Tung, Chiangrai Scenery Painting Exhibition,

at

National Gallery, Bangkok Metropolis for the fund of Gen. Prem

Tinasoolanon for art students.

– Contemporary Art 2006 to raise scholar for school foundation between

14-31 July at SCB Park Plaza.

– Art Thai Project No. 7 “Artists’ Record about H.M. the King” at Art

Center,

Silapakorn University.

– Art Works of 24 artists for Hornbill at HOP ART GALLERY.

To raise fund to support Wild Animal Conservation Fund “Khao Yai

Paintings for Hornbill at Siam Commercial Bank.

– “Thai Memories” Art Exhibition at Jamjuree Art Center.

2007 – “The Shadow of Fate” Art Exhibition by 5 artists at National Gallery,

Chaofa Road,

Bangkok Metropolis in February.

– Excellent Artist of Thailand Honorary Project, the prize of Silp Peerasri

No. 5 at Art

Center, Silapakorn University in February.

– The 12th International Biennial Print and Drawing Exhibition Taiwan

– Art Exhibition Buddhism Thai-China at Art Center, Silapakorn University

and China Art

Center

– Art Exhibition History of Rattanakosin at The Queen’s Gallery

2008 – Painting Exhibition to Commemorate the King’s 80th Birthday King

Bhumibol

Adulyadej at The Queen’s Gallery

– Reverse art and architecture project tie backs Sipsong Panna-China.

– Art Exhibiton Inspired by Majesty King at Art Center, Silapakorn

University and The

Queen’s Gallery

2009 – The 2nd Bangkok Biennale International Print and Drawing Exhibition

– The International Print and Drawing Exhibition on the Occasion of 60th

Anniversary

Celebration of Silpakorn University Thailand

– Silpakorn-Guangzhou Art Exhibition 2009 & Seminar By 50 Thai Artists

– 50 Chinese  Artist

2010 – The 25th Asian International Art Exhibition (AIAE) at the Mongolian

National Modern

Art Gallery, Mongolia

2012 – The 27th Asian International Art Exhibition at Ratchadamnoen

Contemporary Art

Center, Bangkok, Thailand

2013 – Solo Exhibition “ 20 Years on Mixed-Media Painting” at National Gallery

,Bangkok,

Thailand

– Art Exhibition “ 60th Anniversary of Vichoke Mukdmanee ” at Art Center,

Silapakorn University