Color Of Mind No.10/7 | Worapol Nuanla-ong

$ 2,250.00

𝐖𝐨𝐫𝐚𝐩𝐨𝐥 𝐍𝐮𝐚𝐧𝐥𝐚-𝐨𝐧𝐠 shows his daily life routine in the concept of observation of consciousness and the uncertainty by creating unique technique artworks in order to express freely his feeling and sensation consistently which will draw and access you to the truth inside his own soul and Buddhist Philosophy, which the arts were created creatively and differently.

Technique : Oil on canvas
Style : Abstract
Year created : 2022
Size : 70 W x 90 H x 3 D
Frame : Not Framed

Worapol Nuanla-ong expresses the Thainess in his contemporary paintings on canvas. His paintings are distinguished by the emotion expressed through the use of colors and the brushstroke depicting what is inside people’s minds. Therefore, his paintings present emotions, thoughts, and Buddhist philosophy.

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Description

Concept of the Artwork

His abstract work is inspired by his daily routine observation of his own consciousness and its impermanence; the now from one thought, one emotion to the other, continuously as the cycle of three stages – Arise, Exist, and Fall.

It is the observation of how his spirit blends in with each moment around me that creates certain emotions and feelings. It is instantaneity; some he can control and some he have no control over. This repeated cycles of my observed consciousness made him realized that even this consciousness is not his possession; it was Towed by external stimuli played out as different feelings and sensations consistently.

To create his artwork, he detach himself from following though the three stages and observe these changes with aesthetic approach – from there he manifest his paintings, using his own techniques to express and to access the truth inside his own soul and its surroundings.

Get to know the artist

Worapol Nuanla-ong or Dong was born and raised in Songkhla Province in Southern Thailand. He graduated Bachelor and Master from the faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic arts from Silpakorn University. Dong never stop working on making his artworks since he was a kid as it is his favorite thing to do. However, there was a year that he stopped doing it, when he wanted to continue, he felt very difficult to create each of the artwork. So he pledged to never stop drawing again.

From Buddhist Philosophy to Abstract Painting Style

Worapol Nuanla-ong expresses the Thainess onto his contemporary paintings on canvas. His paintings are distinguished by the emotion expressed through the use of colors and the brushstroke depicting what inside people’s minds. Therefore, his paintings present emotions, thoughts, and Buddhist philosophy.

Let’s take a look of Nuanla-ong Working Process
Awards, Fellowships and Exhibitions

Awards

  • 2008 Honorable Mention, the 10th Panasonic’s Contemporary Painting Competition, organized by Panasonic Siew Sales (Thailand) Co., Ltd., The Fine Arts Department and Art Gallery of Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand.
  • 2004 Honorable Mention, the 1st Smart Art Awards, organized by Samart Corp, Thailand.

Solo Exhibitions

  • 2018 Invitation, Sala Ayutthaya, Ayutthaya, Thailand.
  • 2016 The Moral King, Mini Gallery, 3) Mall, Bangkok, Thailand.
  • 2006 Three in one man Show, Artistic Souls Gallery, Koh Samui, Thailand.
  • 2006 One man show Landscape, Spafa Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand.

Group Exhibitions

  • 2018
    • The 1st Annual Exhibition, Asean Artists Original Paintings & Stories, Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, Bangkok, Thailand.
  • 2017
    • The 3rd Krungthai Art Awards Exhibition, Krungthai Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand.
    • Sabai Seenam Watercolor Art Exhibition, River City Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand.
    • Bua, Art Exhibition, River City Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand..
    • Balance, Art Exhibition, Charmchuri Art Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand. Forever In Our Hearts, Forever Our King Rama 9th, In memory of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej Art Exhibition, Laem Chabang International Chonburi, Thailand.
    • Still on my mind, In memory of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej Art Exhibition, Central World, Bangkok, Thailand.

Group Exhibitions

  • 2016
    • Chamchuri Art Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand.
  • 2009
    • The 55th National Exhibition of Art, The National Art Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand.
    • The 24th PTT Art Exhibition, The Art Gallery of Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand.
    • City of Art Exhibition, River City Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand.
  • 2008 The 54th National Exhibition of Art, The National Art Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand.
    • The 10th Panasonic’s Contemporary Painting Exhibition,
    • The National Art Gallery, Bangkok.
    • The 20th Toshiba’s Bring Good Things to Life Art Exhibition, The National Art Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand.
    • The 23th PTT Art Exhibition, The Art Gallery of Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand.
    • The 24th Amata Art Exhibition, Amata Nakorn Industrial Estate, Chonburi, Thailand.
  • 2007
    • The 9th Panasonic’s Contemporary Painting Exhibition, The National Art Gallery, Bangkok.
    • The 29th Bualuang Art Exhibition, The Queen’s Gallery, Bangkok.
    • The 22th PTT Art Exhibition
  • 2005
    • The Identities of Andaman Art Exhibition, The Queen’s Gallery, Bangkok.
    • The Art Gallery of Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand.
  • 2004
    • The 50th National Exhibition of Art, The National Art Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand.
    • The 1st Amata Art Awards, The National Art Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand.
  • 2003
    • Art Exhibition for The Celebration of 50th Anniversary of The College of Fine Arts, The National Art Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand.
  • 2001
    • The 18th Exhibition of Contemporary Art by Young Artist, The National Art Gallery, Bangkok
    • The 3rd Panasonic Contemporary Painting exhibition, The national Art Gallery, bangkok, Thailand
    • The 13 th Toshiba’s Bring Good thing to life Art Exhibition, The national Art Gallery, Bangkok.
  • 2000
    • 15th PTT Art Exhibition, The Art Gallery Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
  • 1999
    • 1st Nokia Art Exhibition, Baan Bangkok Art Gallery, Bangkok Thailand

Additional information

Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 90 × 70 × 3 cm