The exhibition “Pa Pang” showcases selections of Pattreeda's illustration work from the last 13 years, many of which had appeared in national media such as magazines, book covers, phone cards, children stories, animation in music video as well as backdrop of television program.
Besides retrospective work, this exhibition highlights Pattreeda's new creation of “paper characters.” With fascination in the aesthetics of paper and its creative value, Pattreeda set out on a new project to create characters of various personalities using scrap paper of all sorts. Through the combination of drawing and collages, Pattreeda gives a second life to the expendable paper waste while staying true to her art genre of simple and naive.
The exhibition continues to be on display until January 31, 2013.
About Pattreeda Prasarnthong
Born in 1976, Pattreeda Prasarnthong earned a bachelor degree in Communication arts from Chulalongkorn University and a diploma in creative advertising from Falmouth College of Arts in the UK.
Pattreeda discovered her passion for the art of illustration while studying under Thailand's foremost illustration artist, M.L.Jirathorn Jiraprawat. She went on to study Illustration at UK's Brighton University. Currently, Pattreeda is an independent illustrator whose work appears regularly in Ploy Gam Petch magazine, Image magazine, and Krua magazine.