Abstract art is a universal language that communicates the conditions of the artist’s mind immediately and directly. It is free and not limited by any regulations. The aesthetic taste we receive from abstract art is like a deep and impressive emotion that we get after listening to a masterpiece of instrumental music composition in which the melody amazingly communicates feelings to us without the use of any words. Traces and strokes of the artist’s brush have the same power while he is creating a piece of art. The created work responds to the need of the subconscious mind of the artist. Although the result of the finished work may not be an answer to any reasoning questions, it is still a reflection of the artist’s intention and truth even today. Gumsak Atipiboonsin reduces and abandons forms and stories in his paintings. Only the power of the colours remains on the canvas. His works like a record of his breathe that will endure affirming the integrity of the life of an artist for ages to come.