See memories carved in wood at Central

See memories carved in wood at Central

See memories carved in wood at Central
Wood sculptures by Napol Isaracheewa. (Photo courtesy of Central: The Original Store)

Three master woodcarvers invite everyone on a nostalgic journey to discover precious memories during "...With A Time Capsule" which is running at Central: The Original Store, until March 17.

This is the first collaboration by three artisans -- Chanathip Chuenburong, Toon Kaewkird, and Napol Isaracheewa, who have come together to create a wondrous array of wood sculptures.

The exhibition highlights timeless memories and moments cherished by the artists and expressed using techniques of wood carving, combining the various perspectives and ideas of each artist from special moments of their lives into a collection of unique wood sculptures.

Each of the 30 pieces on display resembles a projection of the artist's priceless memories serving as a medium for the communication of his personal inspirations.

The art pieces are more than simply pretty but function as time capsules, expressing each artist's life story in unique ways and displaying clearly their talents and passions. This allows viewers to immerse themselves and connect to the artists' past experiences which are all deeply linked with their passion for art.

By refashioning wood into a canvas, the artists creatively convey certain aspects of their own significant recollections while inviting viewers to be a part of the journey of experiences, reminding them of the value of cherished memories.

The exhibition combines art and memory to create a setting that challenges everyone to consider their own recollections and encourage contemplation, much like a "time capsule".

Central: The Original Store is on Charoen Krung Road and opens Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm.

Visit or call 02-267-0412.

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