Artist : Nataya SAKUNTASRI

Nataya SAKUNTASRI

Born : January 1980

Education

: College of Fine Art , Bangkok

: B.F.A. Painting, Department of Faculty of Fine Art, Chiang Mai University

: Master of Art in Cultural Management Graduate School Chulalongkorn University 

Occupation

2005 : Junior artist , at Phurawana Resort &Spa , Phuket

 

2005 - 2007 : Retocher & Image Composer at Illusion Co.,Ltd. , Bangkok

 

2008- Present:      Gallery Director at

                              The Pikture Gallery , Bangkok

 

2009-Present :    Teacher in  art class

                           at The Pikture Gallery , Bangkok

 

Address : Lives and work in Bangkok

Selected Exhibition

2004 :Group Exhibition 'Pre painter' ,

"In Mind Eyes" at Central Airport Plaza,

Chiang Mai

2005 : Exhibition of Women Artist ' La Femme' 1st "Flower in my Mind" at The art Gallery of Faculty of Fine Art, Chiang Mai University

2005 : Art Thesis Exhibition of Faculty of Fine Art, Chiang Mai University at Museum of Art& Culture, Chiang Mai University

 

2007 : Exhibition of Women Artist ' La Femme' 2nd

" Confess & Conceal " at Museum of Art& Culture,

Chiang Mai University

2009 : " Aesthetics of Body " by 500 Artists , At Artery Gallery , Silom Galleria , Bangkok

 

 

Inspiration

For most of my art work, the inspiration comes from things I saw and real life experiences.I am particularly interested in the living conditions of animals and plants that are closely related to humen beings ; animalsand plants that have become an essential factor in the lives of human beings.

Concept

I present a particular point of view on the truth by means of rhythm, texture, tone-values, colour and atmosphere, that can be directly perceived through the eye. I want my work to have a broad scope of meaning and weave a sophisticated congnitive and emotion dimention. Emotion involved are emotion of oppression, stuggle, impression and other basic human emotions.

Stylistic Features

I use colour, texture, tone-values, rhythm, form and atmosphere as the main points of interest of my work, in order to weave a cognitive and emotive dimention with a broad scope of meaning.

In the first stage of my working process, I emphasize painting what I see with much attention given to detail. After that I let go and let the work grow through a dialogue between the work and myself.

 

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