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Thai Fine Art Ltd

Thai Fine Art Ltd, started in 2004, brings the art of talented, professional young painters living and working in Bangkok and Chiang Mai, Thailand, for exhibition and sale at venues in the UK and Europe, and for sale online internationally via Thai Fine Art's online Gallery and Shop.
Thai Fine Art thus helps open a door to the world market for Thai art, whilst enriching the western art experience with our varied offering that ranges from modern interpretations of traditional Thai and Buddhist themes to abstract and totally contemporary creations.
Thai Fine Art Ltd can also commission artwork on demand from our various artists. Reproductions of some of our inventory are available at affordable prices thanks to our association with www.art.com, www.easyart.com and www.imagekind.com.

Edinburgh

United Kingdom
Address:
Office: 20/7 East Suffolk Park
EH16 5PN
Phone: +441316628009
Website: www.thai-fine-art.com




Artists Represented

KITTI NAROD: versatile Bangkok painter, Kitti Narod, moved from Chinese-inspired collages to the Australian Aboriginal dot-on-dot acrylic on canvas works that are now making a name for him on four continents. Contrasting with the meticulously planned dot visions of forests, flowers and animal life, Kitti's totally contrasting Urban Abstracts envisage big-city Bangkok life in intriguingly modern terms.
SITTIDECH CHAIPRASERT: this Chiang Mai painter's "happy cats and dogs" cheerfully bring joy to the beholder and beautify the space surrounding them. The art enchants young and old alike the world over.
WALLAYA RATTANAPIROM: specialises in abstract colour-fields in both bright and muted tones.
ARAN JANKASEM: versatile Bangkok artist specialising in both modern depictions of traditional Thai themes and daily life, as well as abstractly minimal, textured colour-field highlighted with silver and gold leaf. Aran has been commissioned privately for large-scale works.
BUNPAN WONGPAKDEE: a specialist in contemporary interpretation of traditional Buddhist themes, Bunpan has been commissioned for Buddhist temples in Thailand and abroad. H... [ Read all ]


Sample Art Work (20)

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Forthcoming Exhibitions

March - April : Art Ireland Spring Collection, Dublin, Ireland, 2007.
July : The Dundas Street Gallery, Edinburgh, 2007.
August : Arndean Gallery, London, 2007.
September : Cork Art Fair, Cork, Ireland, 2007.
Art Ireland Autumn Collection, Dublin, Ireland, 2007.


Previous Exhibitions

Dundas Street Gallery Edinburgh, July 2006: Thai Fine Art Ltd's second exhibit at this venue received extensive press coverage, together with radio interviews and a feature on BBC 6 O'Clock News Reporting Scotland. Reviews subsequently spread internationally and in many languages over the Internet.
Arndean Gallery, Cork St., London, August 2006: exhibiting in conjunction with Mongolian Art Today, Thai Fine Art's first exhibit at this venue attracted a wide public with good sales.


Art Fairs

Raw Arts Fair, London, 2005.
Manchester Art Show, Manchester, 2005.
Art Ireland Spring Collection, Dublin, 2006.
Art Ireland Autumn Collection, Dublin, Ireland, 2006.
Art Ireland Spring Collection, Dublin, Ireland, 2007.
Cork Art Fair, Cork, Ireland, 2007.
Art Ireland Autumn Collection, Dublin, Ireland, 2007.


Contact-Directors/Staff

Victoria Khunapramot