Patcharisa Suwannarat (b.1991, Thailand) graduated from Silpakorn University with a Master degree in Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Art.
Having grown up in a small Chinese community in Bangkok. Patcharisa credits the Chinese Village where she grew up for many of the influences on her works. Her works demonstrates a delicate memory of her childhood. The memory that is filled with warmth and love including the sad feelings when loved ones were lost. Then she realised the fond memories of love in the families. The funeral is not so doom anymore but it’s time for families to get together and show gratitude towards the dead. What she saw is not only the condolences but harmony. Patcharisa creates the objects surrounding her memory by using delicate embroidery where the objects is no longer just an object but her fond memories.
Born in 1991, Nakornpratom, Thailand
2017 – M.F.A Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University
2014 – B.F.A (2nd class honor) (Thai Art) Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University
2013 – Special Prize, 7th Art Award by Intouch Company
2012 – 2th Prize, BODHI Project on “BODDHI TREE”, Art Talent Competition 2012 by Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Art, Silpakorn University and Indian Cultural Centre (Embassy of India, Bangkok) at the National Gallery, Chao Fah Road, Bangkok
2016 – 2th Krungthai Art Award Exhibition by Krungthai Panich Insurance Public Company Limited
“Give”, Group Art Exhibition, at Aree Sumphan 8, Bangkok
2015 – Art Thesis Exhibition by The Graduating Class of Academic year 2014 from Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Art, Silpakorn University
37th Bua Luang Art Exhibition by Bangkok bank Foundation
2014 – 29th Contemporary Art Exhibition by PTT Public Company Limited, Thailand
Contemporary Art Exhibition “THAI NAI ASEAN” by Siam Commercial Bank Public Company Limited
2013 – Art Exhibition, Imagination and Inspiration from “RICE” by Thai Rice Foundation under Royal Patronage, Bangkok
Thai Art Exhibition, 36 year Anniversary Thai Art Department at Queen’s Gallery, Bangkok