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Period:22 Jul 2015 - 20 Sep 2015

Address:234, Tapae Rd., Chang Moi, Muang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai 50000 Thailand

Service day:Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Service hours: 10:30-16:30

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Emerging Thai artist Arjinjonathan Arjinkit invites viewers to lose themselves in his vivid and vibrant paintings during the “Gazing Into Colour” exhibition running at Lyla Gallery until Sept 20.

His art is based on the use of various materials and he has worked with a wide range of mediums, but his main focus is painting. For this exhibition, which is his first major show, he employs acrylic paint and other unconventional materials such as gypsum powder, colour concentrate, binders and pigments which are available at construction and screen printing supply shops.

Each work is made from acrylic paint and self-mixed paint. He meticulously and intuitively applied layers of paint using a palette knife. The texture and surface are created from the mixture of gypsum powder. This results in different textures and colours on canvas.

Lyla Gallery is on Tha Phae Road, Chiang Mai and opens Wednesday to Sunday from 10.30am to 6.30pm. Call 084-881-488.

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An acrylic on canvas by Arjinjonathan Arjinkit.

Emerging Thai artist Arjinjonathan Arjinkit invites viewers to lose themselves in his vivid and vibrant paintings during the “Gazing Into Colour” exhibition running at Lyla Gallery until Sept 20.

His art is based on the use of various materials and he has worked with a wide range of mediums, but his main focus is painting. For this exhibition, which is his first major show, he employs acrylic paint and other unconventional materials such as gypsum powder, colour concentrate, binders and pigments which are available at construction and screen printing supply shops.

Each work is made from acrylic paint and self-mixed paint. He meticulously and intuitively applied layers of paint using a palette knife. The texture and surface are created from the mixture of gypsum powder. This results in different textures and colours on canvas.


Lyla Gallery is on Tha Phae Road, Chiang Mai and opens Wednesday to Sunday from 10.30am to 6.30pm. Call 084-881-488.

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234, Tapae Rd., Chang Moi, Muang Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai 50000 Thailand

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