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ATJIMA JAROENCHIT TANANONT

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ATJIMA JAROENCHIT  TANANONT

Born: 1971

Hometown: Bangkok

Based in: ิBANGKOK and NONTHABURI

 

Atjima Jaroenchit Tananont is a native of Bangkok. She received her B.F.A. (Honor 1st) in Print-Making(1996), M.F.A. in painting(2001) and Ph.D. in Visual arts(2016) from Silpakorn university. She has shown her works at private galleries and state museums since 1997.
Atjima have been painted under theme “Ocean or Water” more than 20 years until they are the symbolic of hers. Her individual technique is very unique, she has both a profound understanding of the character of ocean and the expert skills to melt and move those colors in her desired directions. When she paints, she does not use only brushes but pour colors that mixed oil into the paint colors and then lets the mixtures slide as she lifts the canvas.

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Flow#3

ATJIMA JAROENCHIT TANANONT, Thailand

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US$ 2,500

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Flow#4 by ATJIMA JAROENCHIT  TANANONT

ATJIMA JAROENCHIT TANANONT, Thailand

Painting

US$ 2,500

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Distress by ATJIMA JAROENCHIT  TANANONT

ATJIMA JAROENCHIT TANANONT, Thailand

Painting

US$ 3,300

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Conflict by ATJIMA JAROENCHIT  TANANONT

ATJIMA JAROENCHIT TANANONT, Thailand

Painting

US$ 4,200

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About ATJIMA JAROENCHIT TANANONT


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What inspires you?

Ocean or Water is a signifying waves of life.


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Describe your creative process.

Individual technique is very unique. She has both a profound understanding of the character of ocean and the expert skills to melt and move those colors in her desired directions. When she paints, she does not use only brushes but pour colors that mixed oil into the paint colors and then lets the mixtures slide as she lifts the canvas. In a like manner, she pours and slides the colors in the direction she wishes. It seems a simple technique but it is rather difficult to control the flow of the oil mixtures and paint to the target.


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What are 3 words that best describe your work?

Abstract of water, Rhythms of life, Waves of emotions.


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Who are some artists that have influenced your work?

Hiroshi Senju


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What is the most important tool when creating your work?

Experience of pouring oil paint on canvas.

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