Unchalika Kaewjan or Milly, a Thai young artist who graduated her bachelor of art’s degree from the Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University. As fascinated by animals as was inspired by certain exhibited artworks during university’s year, not the figurative anatomy but a movement of life, she uses her art space to distribute them using tempera pigments with the help of water on brush strokes. She creates monochromatic setting that as full of energy as the depth within. Nowadays, she lives by this philosophy saying “Today, I have recognised the beauty of living beings and have found one truth: that all living beings struggle in their own way, causing movement, fighting, and transitions. Even though I can’t see it with my own eyes, it has inspired me to create works that resemble that split second.” Not only that she reflects this thought within her artworks but also keep developing technique in detail to best suit each expression.