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Prae Pupityastaporn, a painter whose works are mostly depictions of overlooked domestic scenery and landscape. Her figurative paintings are produced with overlapping thin layers of acrylic colours and some solid elements inspired by various medias ranging from random photography, architect structure, landscape, daily life situation and literature. Prae’s paintings are the rearrangement of the ordinary objects and scene with some undefined element, of which some part is deprived from photography and other sources to create the obscure result which has no continuity of story.


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