Art Exhibition at Baan Silapin May 17 – June 17


Art Exhibition at Baan SilapinMay 17, 2008, Mr. Krip Rojanasathian, the President of Hua Hin Conservation Group has opened art exhibition at the Baan Silapin gallery. During the opening day the art exhibition was visited by many Thai and foreign guests. The art exhibition will remain open from 10.00 – 17.00, May 17 – June 17, 2008.

Mr. Krip Rojanasathian, the President of Hua Hin Conservation Group, said during the opening speech that he really admires Mr. Tawee Kesa-Ngarm, the top artist and the art lecturer of this gallery, who preserves the Thai Arts. 

Mr. Tawee has invited all guests to the new art exhibition named “Wimuttisuk” by Mr. Jarasphong Suthamwijit. There were almost 40 pieces of contemporary paintings housed in the gallery. Mr. Tawee Kesa-Ngarm has shown visitors all painting and has explained what is on them. The invited guests had chance not only to see the painting but also buy them.

Baan Silapin is not only a place to exhibit art, but also a market for art as well. Any person who is interested in paintings can contact Baan Silapin and buy paintings at a reasonable price. Baan Silapin also provides art teachers for those who are interested in painting pictures. 

Art Exhibition at Baan Silapin Art Exhibition at Baan Silapin
Art Exhibition at Baan Silapin Art Exhibition at Baan Silapin
Art Exhibition at Baan Silapin Art Exhibition at Baan Silapin

Reported by Khun Tuck Dechapanya

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