In “PINK” series, Kachecheewa presents a collection of thirteen portraits of a woman with the use of the color pink in place of skin tones. He creates an illusion of flatness by removing the dimension. The artist uses found images borrowed from different sources such as cartoons or action figures.

In each of the paintings the viewer will notice that the eyes of the subject are either out of frame or looking to the side, this also contributes to the artist’s attempt to access another dimension of truth, without referring the original image.

In most of the artwork there is an object that has been added and appears unnatural or inappropriate, such as the gun, the cigarettes, the sunglasses, the black hand or the helmets. These objects re-builds and challenges the reality of the image. The use of the pale pink and purple color tones with the soft feminine features further draws attention to these bolder, darker ‘out of place’ components. Another interesting feature present in a few of the pieces is the small black dot under each eye of the subject. When first looking at the face the viewer is briefly confused about where to look as the dots can distract from the placement of the real eyes. Similarly to the mismatched objects, these dots create a surrealist quality to the works.

Jungle of Form, Color, and Tempo Series



1969 Born in Bangkok , Thailand


  • 1994 B.F.A. Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University , Bangkok
  • 1995 M.F.A. Grapic Arts, Silpakorn University , Bangkok



  • Supporting Award, The 9 th Exhibition of Contemporary Art by Young Artist


  • Silpa Bhirasri Gold Medal Award, The 10 th Exhibition of Contemporary Art by Young Artists
  • Award Winner, 5 th Toshiba “Brings Good Things to Life” Art Competition


  • 2nd Prize, 7th Toshiba “Brings Good Things to Life” Art Competition


  • 2nd Prize, 8th Toshiba “Brings Good Things to Life” Art Competition
  • 1st Graphic Arts Prize, Gold Medal, The 42nd National Exhibition of Art
  • Award Winner, Contemporary Art Exhibition, Thai Farmers Bank


  • Award Winner, 9th Toshiba “Brings Good Things to Life” Art Competition
  • 2nd Graphic Arts Prize, Silver Medal, The 43 rd National Exhibition of Art
  • 1st Prize, Contemporary Art Exhibition, Thai Farmers Bank


  • 2nd Graphic Arts Prize, Silver Medal, The 48th National Exhibition of Art


  • Honarary Mention, The National Festival of Graphic Arts, Cluj-Napoca / 2003, Romania

Solo Exhibitions

  • 2005 Drama of Life, Surapon Gallery, Bangkok
  • 2007 Instrumental, Surapon Gallery, Bangkok
  • 2014 Jungle of Form, Colour, and Tempo, Bangkok University Art Gallery
  • 2017 Pink, La Lanta Fine Art

Selected Group Exhibitions


  • The 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th Exhibition of Contemporary Art by Young Artists, Bangkok


  • The 6th and 8th International Print Exhibition Miniature, Norway


  • The 2nd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th Toshiba “Brings Good Things to Life” Art Competition , Bangkok


  • The 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th “Thailand Petroleum Authority” Arts Exhibition of Art, Bangkok


  • An Exhibition of Prints, Space YZ, University of Western Sydney, Nepean, Australia


  • International Print Triennial Society “CRACOW”, Poland
  • International Print Exhibition, the Portland Art Museum, U.S.A
  • IV Bienal Internacional de Grabado, Caixa Ourense, Espana


  • Sightline: An International Symposium and Exhibition Program on Printmaking and Image Culture Edmonontion, Alberta, Canada


  • Eastern Approaches Contemporary Prints from Japan, Korea, Thailand, China, Beldam Gallery, England
  • 5th Biennial of Graphic Art Beograd 98, International Exhibition, Yugoslavia
  • Tokyo International Mini-Print Triennial, Tokyo, Japan


  • The 4th Kochi International Triennial Exhibition of Prints, Kochi, Japan


  • Thai Contemporary Art 2000, Art Centre Silpakorn University
  • Bangkok Art Gallery, California Polytechnic University, U.S.A., Kunstwerk, Kunstchakter, Cologne, Germany
  • VI Biennal Internacional de Grabado, Caixa Ourense, Espana
  • The 3rd International Triennial of Graphic Art Bitola, Macedonia


  • The 10th International Biennial Print and Drawing Exhibition 2001 Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.
  • The 11th International Print Biennial Varna Bulgaria
  • The 5th Bharat Bhavan International Biennial of Print-Art-2001. Bhopal, India


  • Project Revista De Arte Postal Mail Art. Magazine by Jose’e Roberto Sechi Rio de Janeiro, Brasil 2002
  • The 5th Kochi International Triennal Exhibition of Prints, Kochi, Japan
  • MICRO-ART, Project by Bruno Capatti, Medicina , Italy
  • Make Art Not War, Project by Smith & Gold Nobel Ontario 2002, Canada
  • International Mail Art Project by Sigismund Urban in Collaboration with Fantasy Tattoo, Berlin, Germany


  • Art and The Printing Press Biennial 2003 “L’ARTE E IL TORCHIO” Italy
  • The 4th Kyoto International Woodprint Association “KIWA” Kyoto, Japan
  • Art Exhibition “Different Wall, Different Way, Different Work” Department of Fine Arts Faculty of Architecture, King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, Bangkok
  • Art in Box the 4 th Thai Contemporary Art Exhibition of the Occasion of the 60th Anniversary Celebration of Silpakorn University
  • The International Festival of Graphic Arts, Cluj-Napoca/2003, Romania


  • The 10 th Anniversary of Department of Fine Arts, Bangkok


  • Thai-German, Contemporary Art Exchange 2003, Cologne, Germany


  • “No Picnic Printed Exchange” art exhibition, La Lanta Fine Art, Bangkok
  • “400 Artists self-portrait” art exhibition, Silom Galleria, Bangkok
  • The 8 th Thai contemporary art exhibition , Silpakorn University Art Gallery, Bangkok
  • International small graphic forms and ex-libris ostrow Wielkotolski