'Disentanglement' Art Exhibition

MAHA · Stone Leela · Supmanee

Group Exhibition curated by Exhibitt   |   7 Sep - 7 Dec 2020   |   SYN Gallery, SYN Boutique Hotel, Chiang Mai

During the nationwide pandemic quarantine, social gatherings and traveling were prohibited. We longed for the bonding opportunities and the freedom to travel we have lost, and yearned for the return of normalcy. Now, as the situation becomes better, restrictions are lifted. All of us are slowly learning how to deal with the recently-gained freedom and the new ways of life...

In one dimension, this exhibition shows how the force of nature shapes us, how our subconscious manifests itself, and how we gradually learn about our identities through solitude. In another, it explores the aesthetics of contrast between confinement and freedom, between light and dark, and between complication and disentanglement.'

Let's have a look at the artists. While the ideas and content of their works are independently developed, surprisingly, the sum of their works illustrate the disentanglement incredibly well.

Quick Definition

Abstract art has no recognisable form. It reflects the artist' subconscious and is therefore the most subjective form of art because the audience, based on their values and experience, can feel and interpret each piece very differently.

Expressionism is the expression of the artist's inner feelings or ideas about some concept or the world they perceive, resulting in a unique -- and often seen as distorted -- portrayal of reality.

MAHA

Artist · Abstract Expressionism · Maha (Kreangkrai Sangtong)

'The "Auto-Dynamics" series present spontaneously- and dynamically-created shapes that express the crystallisation of artist's life experience. It expresses power--not only the power typically understood in the lens of Physics, but also the power of self-driven spiritual  dynamic.'

His series of artwork centres around letting the unconscious mind take over the actions. It is also based on the concept of dynamics (movement), rhythm, and change. It is hence named “Auto-Dynamics.”

Supmanee

Artist · Semi-Abstract · Supmanee (Supmanee Chaisansuk)

'I always love to zoom in on patterns of wildlife such as trees, herbs, fungus, stone, flowers, small creatures, etc. Looking at these gorgeous lifeforms gave me peace, and their aesthetic became my source of artistic inspiration.'

Supmanee Chaisansuk has always been mesmerised by the beauty of naturally-occurring patterns of fauna and flora. Her water media technique uses free flow of colour and movement to express the charms of nature in semi-abstract pieces.

Stone Leela

Artist · Semi-Abstract Expressionism · Stone Leela (Napat Leelahapong)

'These drawings symbolise the seam of time, emotion, and sentiment.'

Through the act of trying to understand himself while transitioning from a children book illustrator into a contemporary artist, Stone Leela documents his emotions everyday onto a character and uses abstraction to portray the feelings and impressions that he had felt (Series titled 'Emotion Diary'), creating a complete picture of complex emotions and experience over the course of 365 days, 365 small pieces, and 15 large pieces of artwork.

Special Cocktails

Who says art appreciation cannot start with a sip?

Introducing three limited-time-only cocktails (also available as mocktails!) that are inspired by our artworks. These cocktails are created to embody the distinct artistic virtuosity of our three artists. Enjoy the art, slowly sip the cocktail, and see how the unique depth and complexity of art pieces can be reflected in the drinks!

Espresso-based cocktail with a delightful chocolate cookie finish.
Inspired by MAHA
Tingling floral cocktail with gin and other secret ingredients.
Inspired by Supmanee
Jubilant and whimsical cocktail that is sure to make you smile, with a play on popcorn and passion fruit.
Inspired by Stone Leela

Visiting

Now that we can start traveling again (at least within Thailand), why not disentangle from stress and take a trip to Chiang Mai? The exhibition is open 24/7 at SYN Boutique Hotel, a newly-opened hotel with classical minimalism architecture with a nice touch of local craft.

For more information, check out their website or call the hotel at 053-215-215.

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Exhibited Works

Okay, the exhibition is not exactly an afternoon trip given that it is in Chiang Mai... Here's something from the exhibition for you to enjoy from the comfort of your own home. Please inquire for details and availability!

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MAHA
Mother, 2020
Acrylic on Canvas
180 x 143 cm
1,666 USD or
50,000 THB
MAHA
Essence-Silence, 2020
Acrylic on Canvas
114 x 149 cm
966 USD or
29,000 THB
MAHA
Totem Pole, 2020
Acrylic on Canvas
114 x 149 cm
966 USD or
29,000 THB
Supmanee Chaisansuk
Positive Negative 02, 2017
Acrylic on Canvas
120 x 120 cm
2,000 USD or
60,000 THB
Supmanee Chaisansuk
Movement of Grass 01, 2017
Acrylic on Canvas
60 x 80 cm
1,000 USD or
30,000 THB
Supmanee Chaisansuk
Sweet Dark 01, 2016
Watercolour on Paper (Framed)
70 x 50 cm
833 USD or
25,000 THB
Supmanee Chaisansuk
Sweet Dark 02, 2016
Watercolour on Paper (Framed)
70 x 50 cm
833 UDS or
25,000 THB
Supmanee Chaisansuk
Summer, 2020
Acrylic on Canvas
100 x 80 cm
1,333 USD or
40,000 THB
Supmanee Chaisansuk
Winter, 2020
Acrylic on Canvas
100 x 80 cm
1,333 USD or
40,000 THB
Stone Leela
Joyous, 2018
Watercolour on Paper, (Framed)
100 x 70 cm
833 UDS or
25,000 THB
Stone Leela
Cheerful 01, 2018
Watercolour on Paper, (Framed)
120 x 105 cm
1,000 USD or
30,000 THB
Stone Leela
Cheerful 02, 2018
Watercolour on Paper, (Framed)
120 x 105 cm
1,000 USD or
30,000 THB
Stone Leela
Cheerful 03, 2018
Watercolour on Paper, (Framed)
120 x 105 cm
1,000 USD or
30,000 THB
Stone Leela
Scared 01, 2018
Watercolour on Paper, (Framed)
60 x 42 cm
666 USD or
20,000 THB
Stone Leela
Scared 02, 2018
Watercolour on Paper, (Framed)
60 x 42 cm
666 USD or
20,000 THB
Stone Leela
Scared 03, 2018
Watercolour on Paper, (Framed)
60 x 42 cm
666 USD or
20,000 THB
Stone Leela
Scared 04, 2018
Watercolour on Paper, (Framed)
60 x 42 cm
666 USD or
20,000 THB
Stone Leela
Queasy 01, 2018
Watercolour on Paper, (Framed)
60 x 42 cm
500 USD or
15,000 THB
Stone Leela
Queasy 02, 2018
Watercolour on Paper, (Framed)
60 x 42 cm
500 USD or
15,000 THB
Stone Leela
Queasy 04, 2018
Watercolour on Paper, (Framed)
60 x 42 cm
500 USD or
15,000 THB
Stone Leela
Queasy 04, 2018
Watercolour on Paper, (Framed)
60 x 42 cm
500 USD or
15,000 THB
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