The Colors of Life | Sudrak Khongpuang

฿ 267,900.00

This vibrant and colorful painting depicts the truthful story of life. The first-level perception on this painting is a visual aesthetics. While deeper on the second level, she conveys the truth of live. There are a splash of color on the background referring to the difficulties in our lives. However, at the same time, Khongpuang portrayed beautiful birds hanging on the trees on a sunny day which renders a joyful time in our lives. This is art to nourish our souls!

Technique : Oil and acrylic on canvas

Style : Modern

Year created : 2018

Size : 200 W x 300 H x 2.5 D cm

Frame : Not framed

Sudrak Khongpuang graduated in graphic design. She combines diverse fields into her paintings and likes to create visual elements in her work that are quirky and unique. She uses her imagination to communicate feelings of happiness and contentment.

Khongpuang spent six years practicing painting skills, researching and experimenting with many different painting styles to find things that she enjoys and to discover unique forms that express who she is. Until, she found that she likes to use shapes and stories in nature in order to convey the story of her emotions.

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About this artwork

Khongpuang presents the truthful story of life. All of us have to go through happiness, sadness, fun, depression, regrets, joy, and more. These things are circulated and mingled into the color of life. If we don’t know the suffer, we will not be able to realize happiness. Similar to our world, if there is no darkness at night, we will not know how beautiful the first sunshine is in the morning. Everything that comes through every moment of life is valuable in itself. It teaches us to know the beauty of living in the world.

Get to know the artist – Sudrak Khongpuang

Sudrak Khongpuang is a Thai artist who started her career as a professional artist in 2003. A prolific specialist of the surrealism movement, Khongpuang is renowned for the use of vibrant colours to document the Thai countryside and the old rural way of life. Her oil colours on the canvas are modern landscape paintings, inspired by her carefree childhood years spent with her grandparents upcountry. Later, she focus on research on the use of Buddhist content as her creative inspiration. And now she is continuing to develop artwork making in the subject of the changes in today’s global society.

Khongpuang received a bachelor’s degree in graphic design and a master’s degree in art education from Burapha University, a well-known university in eastern Thailand. And then she decided to seriously focus on working fine arts to become a professional artist.

She spent the first 6 years of her professional career perfecting her techniques and discovering her distinctive style. Ever since then her artworks have been shown to public viewing – both in solo and group art exhibitions. Amongst her many solo showcases, the most notable are exhibitions held at;

  • South Bay Contemporary/The Loft Art studio&Gallery in San Pedro, California USA
  • Sola Gallery in LA, California USA
  • Artemis Art Gallery, KL, Malaysia
  • Pallarax Art Fair in Kensington Hall, London UK
  • La Fenice Art Gallery, Hong Kong
  • The National Gallery of Thailand
  • The Bangkok Art & Culture Centre, Thailand
  • The Jamjuree Art Gallery of the Chulalongkorn University, Thailand. etc.

In addition, Khongpuang has been invited to be the residency artist of South Bay Contemporary in the United States of America (USA) and had two solo exhibitions were included, 1st in 2016 and 2nd in 2018. The most recent solo exhibition, “A Tale of Two Shores” at SoLa Gallery in Los Angeles city, was chosen as the first highlight of the year 2018 in the EasyReaderNews’s review, publishing media of the USA.

And in 2021, she has been selected as 1 of 9 artists from around the world. To publish interviews and artworks in a special issue of “LandEscape art review” magazine distributed worldwide.

Her paintings are celebrated by art collectors and her exhibitions are praised by the public and media, both in newspapers, magazines, and television by both domestic and foreign.



2001 Master’s degree of Art Education (GPA 4.00), Burapha University

1998 Bachelor’s degree of Art (Second Honor), Burapha University

1994 High school graduates, Piboonbumpen Demonstration School Burapha University

Solo Exhibition

2020 “Celestial Dream”, Joyman gallery and River City Bangkok

2019 “The Colour of Life”, Charmchuri art gallery of Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok

2018 Selected as an artist residency and the solo art exhibition “A Tale of Two Shores”

at SoLA Gallery, California, USA

2018 Duo art exhibition Sudrak Khongpuang & Sanamchai Puangraya

“Tempus & Vita”, Yuyuan gallery at Long 1919. Bangkok

2017 “Haven”, Number 1 gallery, Silom rd., Bangkok

2016 Selected as an artist residency and the solo art exhibition “Grown up”

at South Bay Contemporary, San Pedro, California, USA

2015 “Mother Nature”, Pandora art gallery, Silom rd., Bangkok

2014 “I’ll Spread my wings”, Koi art gallery, Sukhumvit 31, Bangkok

2012 “Keep in mind”, Charmchuri art gallery of Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok

And K Village Sukhumvit 26, Bangkok

2012 “Once”, The National Gallery, Chao-fa rd.,Bangkok

2011 “Imagination of _Remember”, Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, Bangkok

2011 “Beautiful of Life” at 9 Art gallery, Chiangrai, Thailand

2010 “Travel in my mind” at Liam Gallery, Pattaya, Chonburi, Thailand

2004 “Beginner” at Mix boss Gallery, Chonburi, Thailand


Awards and Group Exhibition

2021 Selected as 1 of 100 artists worldwide to publish the work in Bruxelles Art Vue “Power of color”,2021 edition is the art book of Belgium.

2021 The 1st International Environmental Biennale “Compatibility Issues” digital art exhibition online, Kaunas, Lithuania

2021 Selected as 1 of 6 female artists from around the world to the art exhibition “HERE COMES THE SUN”, La Fenice Art Gallery, Hong Kong

2021 The 1st International Environmental Biennale “Compatibility Issues” online digital art exhibition, Kaunas, Lithuania

2021 Selected as 1 of 9 female artists from around the world to the art exhibition “HERE COMES THE SUN”, La Fenice Art Gallery, Hong Kong

2021 Selected as 1 of 9 artists from around the world. to publish interviews and artworks in a special issue of the LandEscape art review magazine

2021 “Unspeakable Secrets” by 15 artists, RCB, Bangkok, Thailand

2020 “Exposition D’art Miniature” by 60 artists, Los Angeles, California, USA

2020 “N-O-A-H” by 8 Artists, 333 Gallery Anywhere, 30 Warehouse, Bangkok

2020 “HUMEN NATURE DREAM AND IMAGINATION” by 4 Artists, River City Bangkok

2019 “Parallax art fair,2019″, Kensington Hall, London, UK

2019 “CA101, 2019”, Redondo Beach, California, USA

2019 “The Relations”, Joyman gallery, Bangkok

2019 “Nude”, G23 art gallery, Bangkok

2019 “Talk about dog”, RBC Artery, Bangkok

2018 “Ta-Toe”, Playground DD Mall, Bangkok

2018 “Open your eyes open your mind” 12 artist 12 art works, Changchui, Bangkok

2016 International art exhibition “Equilibrio : Balance”, Artmis Art Gallery, White Box, Publika, KL, Malaysia

2016 “Mother nature”, Sathorn11 art space, Bangkok

2013 “Art Street”, Major Ratchayothin, Bangkok

2013 “Flower Party”, Esplanade Art Gallery, Bangkok

2010 Design Logo for Independent Commission on Environment and Health ICEH

2010 “Artist & Designer Creation”, SCG Experience, Bangkok

2009 “New Ecologies” Sheraton Pattaya Reasort, Pattaya, Chonburi

2008 “Nude” Exhibition show, Silom Galleria, Bangkok

2007 Thai tradition painting on wall in Siam room at Siam Museum Learning of Nation, Bangkok

2005 “Just the sun Group 5th ” Exhibition show, Royal Garden Plaza Pattaya, and at Eastern center art and culture museum, Burapha University, Chonburi

2005 “APP’S US”, Ayothaya Contemporary Gallery, Ayudthaya

2004 “1st Art Exhibition of Amata Foundation” Exhibition show, Amata City, Chonburi

2004 “Just the sun Group 4th ” Exhibition show, Eastern center art and culture museum, Burapha University, Chonburi

2004 Support Award of Sculpture, The Stock Exchange of Thailand, Bangkok

2003 “Just the sun Group 3rd ” Exhibition show, Chamjuree museum, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok

1996 2nd winner Award of Sculpture for set at Lamtan beach, Sansuk municipality, Chonburi

1991 Art Activity agent of Satit School of Burapha University to participate in “Satit-United”, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok

1987 Honor Student of Fine Art Activity of Satit School of Burapha University

1985 Support Award of Painting in Children’s Day, Sriracha municipality, Chonburi

1984 Top Award winner of Painting in Children’s Day, Sriracha municipality, Chonburi

Article in Book series “Our Ever Changing World: Through the Eyes of Artists”

2020 “The Visitor” in Artist, Art & Story: 2020 Book # 12 Coordinated by Karrie Ross

2019 “Power of Belief” in Artist, Art & Story: 2019 Book # 11 Coordinated by Karrie Ross

2018 “A Tale of Two Shores” in Artist, Art & Story: A Moment in Time, 2018: International Book # 10 Coordinated by Karrie Ross

Publications, Reviews & Interview

06/2021 Private Interview in a special issue of the LandEscape art review magazine, worldwide media

12/2020 Interview “The way of artist”, Production by Por dee frame, Thailand

06/2019 “The Colour of Life” Solo art exhibition is broadcast on Channel 7, the national TV in Thailand

08/2019 “The Relations” group art exhibition interview in Fine art Magazine of Thailand

12/2018 “Art in review: a few memories from 2018” By Bondo Wyszpolski / Easy Reader News, USA

07/2018 Duo Art Exhibition “Tempus & Vita” / Post Today Newspaper

03/ 2018 “Thai Artist Sudrak Khongpuang returns to the penninsula” By Bondo Wyszpolski / Peninsula Magazine, USA

02/2018 “Thai artist holds residency at Zask Studio in RPV” by Alyssa Wynne / Peninsula Newspaper, USA

01/2013 Interview on “Guest’s Chair” / Siam Town US, USA

07/2016 “Grown Up” / Fine Art Magazine of Thailand, Vol.13, No.125


Additional information

Weight 10 kg
Dimensions 300 × 200 × 2.5 cm


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