“Heavy-Empty” is a captivating digital painting that intricately captures the poignant essence of emptiness weighing heavily on one’s soul. With masterful strokes of color and texture, the artist conveys a profound emotional depth within the artwork. The canvas exudes a somber atmosphere, with shadows and muted hues enveloping the composition. The central focus lies on a solitary figure, slumped and burdened under the weight of an intangible emptiness. The juxtaposition of heaviness and emptiness evokes a sense of melancholy, portraying the overwhelming nature of loneliness and longing. Through this poignant portrayal, the painting speaks to the universal human experience of grappling with the profound weight of inner emptiness.
About The Artist
Patchanapohn Wimonarawong, also known as “Peachful”, is an artist whose works are inspired by fairy tales from her childhood. She takes various stories from her childhood and narrates them through her artwork. She believes that everyone’s emotions and memories are unique, and thus she aims to communicate through her drawings in a way that evokes a sense of relaxation and peace in the viewers. This is why she uses the name Peachful, derived from “Peaceful,” to create an atmosphere of comfort as if the viewers are immersed in her own fairy tale and can enjoy it while also being prompted with questions to explore.
What captivated Peach to become an artist was the realization of how art holds value and can greatly heal people’s hearts. She has had a natural talent for art and design since she was a child, which led her to make the decision to study Interior Design at Chulalongkorn University. Her artwork combines traditional painting techniques with digital tools and continuously shows her growing skills and willingness to learn.
One of Peach’s proudest achievements to date is her participation in the “To the moon and (never) back” Group Exhibition. This experience allowed her to showcase her work alongside renowned artists and provided her with valuable insights and learning opportunities.
– 2023 : “To the moon and (never) back” Group exhibition, River City Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand
– 2023 : “MAMU MA DO ART” Exhibition, Union co-art space, Union Mall, Bangkok, Thailand
– 2022 : “Tell your Tale” Exhibition, Bangkok Illustration Fair 2022, Bacc, Bangkok, Thailand
- Reviewer Reward Bangkok Illustration Fair 2023 from River City Bangkok and Umbel Art Experiences.