Featured Artist: Witoon Krengnarongdath (Op)

Witoon Krengnarongdath, or Op as his friends know him, has shown huge development over the past several years. He is always searching for new concepts, new techniques and ways to experiment and keep his art unique and contemporary. He tends to paint 5-6 paintings in a similar theme, before modifying his style and painting a new series.

"Woman and chair" 120x90cm, acrylic on canvas. A piece from Witoon's previous collection, showing his experiments with depth and shadowing. This piece is available at Tusk South Yarra.

“Woman and chair” 120x90cm, acrylic on canvas. A piece from Witoon’s previous collection, showing his experiments with depth and shadowing. This piece is available at Tusk South Yarra.

For an artist only just past 30, he has such a strong vision. He has a unique style that portrays the female form in new and exciting ways, demonstrating a strong future ahead. His concept is based on Form, Woman, Lines, Textures, Space, Rhythm and Beauty.

His latest works below capture movement so perfectly, you can almost feel the birds’ wings flapping and see the female figures morphing and wearing away. He is experimenting with softer colours in these works, keeping them quite restrained so as to focus on the delicate beauty of the female form and the gentle silhouettes of the birds.

"The Ladder" 140x180cm, $4,990. Currently on display at Tusk South Yarra.

“The Ladder” 140x180cm, $4,990, acrylic on canvas. Currently on display at Tusk South Yarra.

Witoon is currently part of the “Reflections” exhibition on display at Tusk South Yarra. Click here to see Witoon’s collection at Tusk.

To make an enquiry about Witoon please email southyarra@tuskgallery.com.au of phone us on (03) 9827 3338.

 

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