In the series, “Fictitious Colour,” Phuangphi intends to draw a conflict in the spectator’s conscientious normalcy.  He puts together the traditional and the modern humanistic signs then largely shifts them from the realistic nature to a fictitious colour landscape.  The work demonstrates theatrical rendition of semiotic activity.

The exhibition presents a total of 8 paintings with a combination of work on paper and work on linen material.  Phuangphi overlaps techniques of hyper-realism using crayon drawing while contrasting it with the free flow and abstract quality of drifted paint.  He attempts to introduce new experience to the audience giving the effect of wavy perception between the known and the unknown.


Born in 1990, Buriram, Thailand


  • B.F.A. Faculty of Visual Arts, Rajamangala Institute of Technology
  • M.F.A. Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University



  • 3rd Award Winner “The 18th Panasonic Contemporary Painting Exhibition”
  • 3rd Prize, Bronze Model Award in Painting “The 62nd National ExhibitionOf Art”
  • Silver Award “The 7th UOB Painting of the Year”


  • Excellent Prize “The 5th White Elephant Art Award Exhibition”
  • 3rd Prize of Amata Art Award No 6/2015


  • The Second Prize “The 1th Krungthai. Art Award 2014”



  • Group exhibition at Lotus Pond Gallery, Yangon, Myanmar
  • VLU IADW 2019 Van Lang University International Art & Design Workshop and Exhibition, Vietnam
  • International SUMUK Workshop, Haengchon Cultural Art Foundation (HCAF) Haenam City, Korea


  • Art Exhibition Thai Contemporary Art Award 2018 at the Consulate General Building, Los Angeles, California, USA
  • “Element of Breath” exhibitions at Gallery Hours, Melbourne, Australia
  • REFORM ll Art Exhibition, Prince Street Gallery, New York, USA
  • “Life’s Stories,” group exhibition by 3 Thai artists, La Lanta Fine Art, Bangkok, Thailand
  • “Elements of Breath, group exhibition by Thai artists ,Dark Horse Experiment, Melbourne, Australia


  • “Reform,” Prince Street Gallery, New York, USA
  • “Yangon, Bali, Chiangmai Art Exchange,” Museum Seni Agung Rai, Indonesia
  • “Yangon, Bali, Chiangmai Art Exchange,” New Treasure Art Gallery, Myanmar
  • “Yangon, Bali, Chiangmai Art Exchange,” Jaiyong Art Gallery, Thailand


  • “Spirit of Thai,” Black Cat Gallery, Melbourne, Australia