“JARUWAT: Mostly People”
A Solo Exhibition by Jaruwat Normrubporn Gallery 36 at Pullman Bangkok Hotel G 3rd March – 30th April 2018
The Gallery 36 at Pullman Bangkok Hotel G on Silom Road invites art lovers to discover the work of young and talented Thai artist, Jaruwat Normrubporn. The exhibition will be on view at the 36th floor gallery from 3rd March until 30th April 2018.
“JARUWAT: Mostly People” is the first solo exhibition by Thai artist, Jaruwat Normrubporn. His recent oil on canvas paintings explore the beauty of people and their surroundings, both inside and out. The artist presents the viewer with a series of close-up portraits and moments captured from memory, each executed with his playful style, expressive brushwork and vibrant colours.
Jaruwat aims to capture happiness and the beauty he sees everywhere. Through colour and strokes of his paintbrush, he lets us into his world of visual imagination and emotion. The artist explains, “I don’t own a car. Instead of driving or getting on a bus, I prefer to walk, which means I see new things and at a slower pace of life; like a guy sitting on a chair in front of an old building smoking slowly, or an uncle fixing his shoes with one leg stretched out and colliding with the daylight. These moments are so beautiful that I am moved to paint them”.
About the artist
Jaruwat Normrubporn or Tel is known for the LoveSyrup page on Facebook. He graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree from the Faculty of Science, Mahidol University and currently works as a fulltime independent artist. Many of his works have been published in numerous magazines and galleries including group exhibition at the 56th Studio and a collaboration project with “I Wanna Bangkok” team at the U-Baan Gallery.
The opening night of “JARUWAT: Mostly People” is on Saturday 3rd March 2018 from 6 PM until 9 PM at The Gallery 36 (36th floor) of Pullman Bangkok Hotel G on Silom Road.
Entry is free. The Gallery is open daily from 10 AM – 5 PM. For more details or to purchase artwork, please contact Ms Betty Pongstaporn at 02 352 4000 ext. 1419 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.