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Art Exhibition at The Pavilions Phuket

Art Exhibition at The Pavilions Phuket
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THE LANGUAGE OF LOVE

The Pavilions Hotel and Resorts are known to create unique experiences though their love of romance, adventure, culture and the arts. Now, Pavilions Phuket is featuring a collective of local and expat Artists in an exhibition called “The Language of Love” in the Pavilions beautifully constructed Firefly restaurant.  

The Pavilions carefully selected Artists who worked in variety of mediums such as photography, sculpture, porcelain, and contemporary paintings all under the umbrella of its theme “The Language of Love.”  The following artist are as follows. Thai artist, Map Abday creates large Abstract paintings where colours ebb and flow into one another in dance of natural beauty.  Phuket expat Peter Child, a well known sign painter displays the forgotten art of written type to hotels, restaurants and bars around Phuket. Marlene Jacopin, Phuket expat creates porcelain paintings that draw from her inspiration of nature, legends, philosophies and travels. Isara Thaothong, a Thai modern artist most famous for his imaginative doodle art explores his childhood through happy memories, joys and dreams. Expat Photographer Adriano Trapani exhibits the beauty and form of the female body in his work where light and shadow interact and almost seem to become a part of the sensual female form. Local expat designer and Artist John Underwood displays his stunning kinetic mechanical steampunk works that capture our imaginations. The apple certainly does not fall from from the tree with Zachary Underwood’s artworks that allow the viewers to play and interact with the artworks.  We are encouraged to touch and manipulate his work that examines the shifting nature of identity, and the role of the individual as both a consumer and propagator of culture. Lastly but not least we have Thai Artist Mr. Zen whose work captures the audience in his provocative silhouettes of pop culture.  His paintings cause us to question human behavior through the use of simple lines, shapes, and colours.  

This is a not to miss show where you will find yourself contemplating human behaviors to esoteric philosophies from ancient civilisations over a glass…or four wines.  Be sure to get your art and culture fix before November 30th at the Pavilions Phuket!

 

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