Primary or Jewel Colors Paintings from Thailand(24 items)
Welcome to the Primary or Jewel Colors Paintings from Thailand Gallery at NOVICA.
"My works and my choice of colors express my imagination and my feelings. Hill tribe kids have their own identity, which I find greatly interesting."
Popular Primary or Jewel Colors Paintings from Thailand
Thai Elephant Artist Painting in Red and Yellow, "Summer Adventure"$349.99
Brilliant colors leap excitedly across a field of white. Conjuring the excitement of a summer adventure, Jojo selects a clear palette of yellow, red and black. Deliberate brushwork clusters near the center yet ventures boldly toward the borders of his painting.
Asian elephants are an endangered species. By making the Asian elephants' paintings widely accessible to the general public, Novica hopes to help increase awareness, encourage conservation, and raise significant funds to assist endangered elephants throughout Asia. For more information, please refer to the elephant's biography.
The reverse side of this original painting features the Elephant Conservation Center's seal of authenticity, as well as Jojo's biographical information.
Please note: The elephants hold the paintbrush carefully, by the tip of their trunk — which is also the elephants' delicate nose area. Slight smudging, and an occasional water droplet, here and there, are to be expected on most elephant paintings. We like to consider that these imperfections add to the conversation value of each piece.
'Visakha Bucha Day l'$259.99
Chuckling merrily, two little boys carry candles in preparation for (candle circle) performed before the full moon rituals. The children are novice Buddhist monks. In Thailand, Buddha is honored on the day of the full moon in the sixth lunar month, usually in May. day commemorates the master's birth, enlightenment and death, and dates from the Sukothai Empire that reigned in Thailand from the 13th to the 15th century.
Original Thai Geometric Abstract Painting in Blues, "Summer Breeze II"$369.99
Benjawan shares her impressions of summer, conjuring the sights, sounds and fragrances, the feelings of sunshine and swimsuits, the sensation of unstructured leisure. The Thai artist elicits a world of the senses in this delightful abstract inspired by the colors of the season.
Signed Naif Painting of Three Children as Thai Monks, "Thailand Offering III"$259.99
Carrying blue offering bowls, three happy little boys shyly ask for alms. In Northern Thailand, people take off their shoes and sit or kneel when giving alms. Rutchanok Jinapun depicts young Buddhist novices on the first step toward becoming monks.