The Way Of Life No.2 | Parinyasak Chaiyana

฿ 10,800.00

The way of life edition is the story of Isan people from Northeast Thailand where the concern through things that are based on the simplicity of life, such as concern through sacks of rice, through the Isan dialect saying, “Take it and eat it, so you don’t have to  buy them to eat.” That was a short sentence but hidden with a lot of concern Including traveling with a cost of life that is different from others the beginning of the struggle in the capital. The two edition shown two deferent perspective from leaving home to the unknown culture and environment and the caring and loves from their family and friends this two have two deferent mood and tone to express both side of the story.

Technique : Oil on Canvas

Style : Fine Art

Year created : 2022

Size : 100 W x 80 H x 4 D cm

Frame : Not framed

“I’m choosing to create works related to Visual Arts is because I want to present something around me that can easily be seen in everyday life. And feels the emotions that conveyed through a medium to allow the audience to access the mood and body of the work as easily as possible. Including myself, I have a passion for works in still life form. Therefore, part of the inspiration came from still life images as well” -Parinyasak Chaiyanat-


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Get to know your artist ‘Parinyasak Chaiyana’

‘Parinyasak Chaiyanat’ is the new young powerful generation artist , his passion with painting growth inside him since he was a kid. Its’s leads him to Srinakharinwirot University, majoring Fine and Applied Arts (Visual Arts). His life style of travelling, meeting new people on the train watching them at the train station and taking photos things around. All of those adventure experiences, now he wanted to capturing them in deferent place and experience and expressing them through canvas. his last art work were very inspiring and it’s kept him on going to express his journey on the canvas.

“Some people travel for better life some for their dreams, each of them have deferent destination. That’s why is inspired me”




The artist impression

The series of ‘The Way Of Life’ is a inspiration of the journey of Isan people leave their home with a bag of food at the train station provided by their family so they will not get hungry. In this two edition it’s shown the culture from northeast of Thailand, Where food is the language of love and caring.

The different between this two edition is No.1 edition the artist express his mood and tone by using a bit of warmth tone to showing the warmth heart of the family packing all of those food worrying that they will get hungry far far away from home. In  No. 2 edition, mood and tone of this paint is bit of blue and grey to express the loneliness and worrying of leaving their home to the place they never been and familiar of. Missing home, family, friends, all kind of feelings. In this two edition shown a lot of emotion through the paint, leaving to the unknown city far away from their home, friends and family. The artist able to put all of this emotions during the time when he himself travel by train and telling the story through his canvas.

The Way Of Life No. 2

The way of life No. 2 tells other side of the story, because sometime we gotta look to different perspective to understand others. A long line of train shown that they have been far away from their home and there is no turning back, some have family to take care that is why they have to leave their home to other city to find job and send money back to their love of their life. Some have to leave their parent to study in the city for better life so that they can come back and make their parent proud. Sometime the hardest choice is the door that open for you to growth to become better person for people that you care.


2022 – Trilogy art thesis exhibition (BANGKOK ART AND CUlTURE CENTER : BACC)


Additional information

Weight 2 kg
Dimensions 80 × 100 × 4 cm


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