Modern and Freestyle Paintings from Thailand(23 items)
Welcome to the Modern and Freestyle Paintings from Thailand Gallery at NOVICA.
"I moved to a small city to study art with my parents' full support. They said to me, 'whatever you want to do, you do it with love and with your heart.'"
Popular Modern and Freestyle Paintings from Thailand
Signed Painting of an Elephant in Black and White, "Watching the Moon"$409.99
Inspired by the romantic air of the full moon, Thai artist Det paints this lovely composition. In black and white, an elephant is captured in a realist style, opening its mount wide and lifting its trunk towards the sky against the Thai landscape. The full moon is captured in gleaming gold foil.
Signed Painting of an Elephant with a Golden Sun, "Be Glad II"$409.99
For this painting, Thai artist Det reflects on elephants' unique way of showing happiness. Instead of smiling as people do, they open their mouths wide and sing with their voice. Det paints the realistic image of an elephant in black and white, silhouetted against a gleaming sun in gold foil. A stark red background completes this striking vertical composition.
Signed Original Thai Buddha Painting in Blue and Green, "Calmness Buddha"$659.99
A smiling image of Buddha represents the path in life that artist Thotsapon has taken. Sharing his faith through his art, he communicates sensations of peace in this beautiful painting. Quiet blue shadows caress the lovely statue.
Thailand is a predominantly Buddhist nation, filled with breathtaking ancient temples, pagodas and other architectural wonders constructed to worship Buddha. In Thailand images of Buddha play an important role beyond mere decoration. They are traditionally placed within the home in special locations, such as shrines or pedestals, to help facilitate everyday religious worship.
Birds on Cherry Blossoms Watercolor Monoprint from Thailand, "My Home IV"$329.99
"During the winter season, specifically in January, the cherry blossoms are in bloom and like magic, everything changes to pink. It's very beautiful," says Det of his composition. The Thai artist explores the realm of watercolor monoprints for his "My Home" series. "The underlying theme is that the environment around me is as warm as my home."