Exhibition presents the magic of light
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Exhibition presents the magic of light

A painting by Chloe Kelly Miller. photo courtesy of River City Bangkok
A painting by Chloe Kelly Miller. photo courtesy of River City Bangkok

Art lovers are invited to explore the dynamic relationship between artist and light during "Bring To Light", which kicks off today and runs until Aug 11, at River City Bangkok's RCB Galleria 4, Charoen Krung 24.

This is a Bangkok debut exhibition by emerging French artist Chloe Kelly Miller who recently had an acclaimed showcase "Sublimation" at the prestigious Carrousel du Louvre in Paris. She will show how art and enlightenment can collide in a symphony of colour and imagination, offering an immersive experience to unravel the complexities of light through masterful strokes and visionary insights.

Chloe uses light to shape her works through different forms and shades, revealing the cultural diversity of art. Delving deep into her French roots and cultural heritage, she embarks on a journey through the Enlightenment era, exploring the multifaceted concept of light.

From its mystical allure to its symbolic significance, light takes centre stage in her exploration, transcending disciplines and definitions. In her artistic vision, light becomes not just a physical phenomenon but a profound force that shapes perception and reality.

Chloe is a 29-year-old self-taught artist with a degree in clinical psychology. Being hard of hearing and not fitting into the societal norms in Europe, she has turned her differences into strengths.

With her craftsmanship in a variety of media, tools and practice, she displays an eclectic body of work consisting of photographs, acrylics, and more recently, sculptures.

Visit rivercitybangkok.com or call 02-237-0077--8.

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