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About Supmanee Chaisansuk

Supmanee Chaisansuk was born in Bangkok, Thailand. She earned a Bachelor of Science Degree (Architecture) and a Master of Architecture (majoring in Architectural Technology & Environmental Design) from the Faculty of Architecture and Planning from Thammasat University in Thailand. She worked as a sustainable architect for DTGO company for 8 years, and as an assistant project manager in Arsom Silp Institute of the Arts in Thailand for one and a half years. Currently she works full time as an artist with it being the most important thing in her life, which she loves and devotes to passionately. She has been exploring innovative art styles inspired by observations in nature with great sense of commitment, both personally and socially.


2003  Thammasat University, B.S.(Architecture)

2005  Thammasat University, M.Arch. (mainly in Architectural Technology & Environmental Design)

Solo Exhibition

2023 ICONSIAM " VOCs" Bangkok, Thailand

2023 Bangkok Art Bianale Cafe " Man-made Apocalypse" Bangkok, Thailand

2022 Xspace Gallery “The Soul of the Soil”,Bangkok, Thailand

2021 RCB Gallery, Rivercity, “The Delicacy of Nature”,Bangkok, Thailand

2020 When Life Gives You Lemons, “Supmanee’s Journey in Art”,Thailand
2018 Blackcat Gallery “ Rhythm of Nature, Melbourne, Australia
2018 Many cuts Art Space “ Pollen”, Chachoengsao, Thailand
2018 10ml.Cafe Gallery “ Together”, Bangkok,Thailand
2018 La Lanta Fine Art “ Enchanting”, Bangkok,Thailand
2017 Jamjuree Art Gallery “Supmanee’s Art in Nature”, Bangkok, Thailand
2016 Cassia Art Gallery “ A Little More”, Bangkok, Thailand
2015 The Meeting room Art Gallery “My Nest” Chiangmai,Thailand
2014 Dialogue Café and Art Gallery “Dwelling in my mind”,Bangkok, Thailand
2013 Cassia Art Gallery “ Colours in bloom ,Bangkok, Thailand
2012 Cassia Art Gallery “ Small Eyes - Big Views”, Bangkok,Thailand

Group Exhibition

2020  333 Anywhere“ N O A H : Nature Object Animal Human”, BKK, Thailand

2020  Gallery  LVS “ Asian Students and Young Artists Art Festival 2020 : ASYAAF2020”, Wausan-ro 94 Hongik University Contemporary Museum, Seoul, Korea

2020 Palette Art Space “ NIMBY”, Bangkok, Thailand
2019 Sathorn 11 Art Space “ Lovely Blossoms”, Bangkok, Thailand
2019 Joyman Gallery “ Rhythm of Life and Nature” Bangkok, Thailand
2016 IWS-Thailand ,”IWS-Thailand Festival 2016” Huahin , Chonburi
2015 International branch of 2015 World Watercolor Triennale”,Seoul, Korea
2014 Pennsylvania Watercolor Society,” the Pennsylvania Watercolor Society’s 35thInternational Juried Exhibition”, Pennsylvania State Museum, USA
2014 Rivercity shopping mall , IWS-Thailand ,”IWS-Thailand Festival 2014” Bangkok,
2014 Global Network of Watercolor Painters (GNWP) 3rd Exhibition, Shanghai, China
2012 Global Network of Watercolor Painters (GNWP) 2nd Exhibition , Hamamatsu, Shizuoka,Japan
2011 Cassia Art Gallery , Bangkok Skethers “A SECRET GARDEN”, Bangkok, Thailand


Supmanee's  Art Statement

"My artwork is inspired by nature because of my immediate and personal experiences. My home is a local house located in the central business district of Bangkok. It is surrounded by a naturally green area and ecology that cultivates my desire to appreciate the beauty of nature. I’m always eager to zoom in on patterns of wildlife such as trees, herbs, fungus, stones, flowers, and all kind of small creatures. I feel at peace and impressed when I look at the gorgeous life, so they became my source of inspiration. Water media technique has been my method of choice for creating my art since I was young, perhaps because of the sense of flowing that watercolor gives, mirroring the way water moves in nature, free, mixing everything in its way, like the colors mix on the palette.  This approach generates a conceptual, semi-abstract style that works as an experiment to link color patterns in nature with the mind. My impressions from the natural environment that surrounds me blend with my subconscious and trigger my imagination, which I put to the service of art to communicate my feelings with honesty and integral passion."

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