Pimpisa: The Artist
A native of Thailand, sculptor Pimpisa Tinpalit is currently based in Melbourne. Pimpisa Tinpalit holds a Master’s Degree in Fine Art with emphasis on sculpture, and has extensive art teaching experience in multiple Thai Universities. Her twelve years as a professional artist have been showcased by several solo and group exhibitions in Thailand, Japan, USA and Australia. She has also produced several public sculptures in Thailand.
Pimpisa Tinpalit’s works document the human experience as she lives it. Her art is as integral to her life as is her breath. In her sculpture one can contemplate the relationships between man and woman, cultural body dysmorphism, and concepts of personal boundaries and distance.
She utilises literature, poetry, and symbols on various mediums including fibreglass, clay, cement, bronze, and others. She is inspired by various artistic styles including the realistic, abstract, and contemporary.
Her current project is a series of medium to large scale sculptures which have been gaining notoriety in multiple Australian art competitions and solo exhibitions.
Selected Solo Exhibitions
2013: “A dialogue of Strangers”, Red Gallery Contemporary Art Space, North Fitzroy, Melbourne Australia.
2012: “The couple”, Brunswick Street Gallery, Fitzroy, Melbourne Australia.
2012: “The couple”, Trocadero Art Space, Footscray, Melbourne Australia.