Beauty of Myanmar captured in art
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Beauty of Myanmar captured in art

Beauty of Myanmar captured in art
Landscape paintings by Soe Soe Labutta. (Photos: Central The Original Store)

A number of breathtaking images of terraced rice fields in vibrant colours are awaiting to capture many eyes at the exhibition space on the 4th floor of Central The Original Store, Charoen Krung Road, until April 16.

Titled "Treasure Of The Blossom", this is the first solo exhibition in Thailand by Soe Soe Labutta, a Myanmar-based illustrator known for his artistic talent in landscape painting.

He portrays the beautiful rice fields in the countryside of the northern Shan State of Myanmar, using his unusual technique and works of texture. The vibrant energy of his artworks combines with rich, exquisite hues to attract the viewers' attention.

The three-dimensional art pieces make one feels as if he was physically standing by the picturesque hills in Myanmar. This makes Soe Soe's artwork so fascinating and attracts collectors around the world.

Soe Soe was born in 1967 in Myanmar and his artistic abilities became evident at an early age. He grew up in a family surrounded by music and traditional dance, and he quickly became an artist as he dedicated and devoted his life to his art.

Landscape paintings by Soe Soe Labutta. 

By the time he was 41, he had extensively exhibited his artworks both in Myanmar and abroad, including Singapore, Hong Kong, New York and Washington, DC.

The exhibition is open for public viewing daily from 10am to 6pm, except Monday.

Visit or call 02-267-0412.

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