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Falling rain

description

Falling rain.

“Rain winds sweep across the plain.
Thunder rumbles on high.
Lightening flashes; Bows the grain.
Birds in fright nestward fly.
But the rain pours down is blessing;
Filled with cheer our hearts expand.”

year 2016

materials & technique
Technique – Gilding on Black and white photo with Golden leaf and fig glue
Photograph by Philippe Moisan – Print on Ilford Multigrade4
Sign by the both artists on the back of the photo

size
78 x 56.5 x 3.75 cm

designation
unique specimen (PU)
- SOLD -

Blossom

description

Blossom. The precious moment was frosted in the fluid of time.  
“Lai Num Thong” or gold paint in Benjarong art has been chosen as a connection between the artist’s work and the folk wisdom.  “Lai Num Thong” has been famous during the Rama II reign in favor of the value added in the art of pottery glazing. This work was the collaboration between Gaspard (Art and Designer) and Mr. Philippe Moisan (French photographer) by using the gelatin photo as a primary element to create art and apply the gold leaf with pattern on in with the traditional fig’s glue.

year 2015

materials & technique
Technique – Gilding on Black and white photo with Golden leaf and fig glue
Photograph by Philippe Moisan – Print on Ilford Multigrade4
Sign by the both artists on the back of the photo

size
51 x 61 x 3 cm

designation
unique specimen (PU)
- SOLD -

Leak

description

Leak. The precious moment was frosted in the fluid of time.  
“Lai Num Thong” or gold paint in Benjarong art has been chosen as a connection between the artist’s work and the folk wisdom.  “Lai Num Thong” has been famous during the Rama II reign in favor of the value added in the art of pottery glazing. This work was the collaboration between Gaspard (Art and Designer) and Mr. Philippe Moisan (French photographer) by using the gelatin photo as a primary element to create art and apply the gold leaf with pattern on in with the traditional fig’s glue.

year 2015

materials & technique
Technique – Gilding on Black and white photo with Golden leaf and fig glue
Photograph by Philippe Moisan – Print on Ilford Multigrade4
Sign by the both artists on the back of the photo

size
51 x 61 x 3 cm

designation
unique specimen (PU)

Volatilize

description

Volatilized. The precious moment was frosted in the fluid of time.  
“Lai Num Thong” or gold paint in Benjarong art has been chosen as a connection between the artist’s work and the folk wisdom.  “Lai Num Thong” has been famous during the Rama II reign in favor of the value added in the art of pottery glazing. This work was the collaboration between Gaspard (Art and Designer) and Mr. Philippe Moisan (French photographer) by using the gelatin photo as a primary element to create art and apply the gold leaf with pattern on in with the traditional fig’s glue.

year 2015

 

materials & technique
Technique – Gilding on Black and white photo with Golden leaf and fig glue
Photograph by Philippe Moisan – Print on Ilford Multigrade4
Sign by the both artists on the back of the photo

size
51 x 61 x 3 cm

designation
unique specimen (PU)

Sacred

description

Sacred. The precious moment was frosted in the fluid of time.  
“Lai Num Thong” or gold paint in Benjarong art has been chosen as a connection between the artist’s work and the folk wisdom.  “Lai Num Thong” has been famous during the Rama II reign in favor of the value added in the art of pottery glazing. This work was the collaboration between Gaspard (Art and Designer) and Mr. Philippe Moisan (French photographer) by using the gelatin photo as a primary element to create art and apply the gold leaf with pattern on in with the traditional fig’s glue.

year 2014

 

materials & technique
Technique – Gilding on Black and white photo with Golden leaf and fig glue
Photograph by Philippe Moisan – Print on Ilford Multigrade4
Sign by the both artists on the back of the photo

size
78 x 56.5 x 3.75 cm

designation
unique specimen (PU)

Growth

description

Growth. The precious moment was frosted in the fluid of time.  
“Lai Num Thong” or gold paint in Benjarong art has been chosen as a connection between the artist’s work and the folk wisdom.  “Lai Num Thong” has been famous during the Rama II reign in favor of the value added in the art of pottery glazing. This work was the collaboration between Gaspard (Art and Designer) and Mr. Philippe Moisan (French photographer) by using the gelatin photo as a primary element to create art and apply the gold leaf with pattern on in with the traditional fig’s glue.

year 2015

 

materials & technique
Technique – Gilding on Black and white photo with Golden leaf and fig glue
Photograph by Philippe Moisan – Print on Ilford Multigrade4
Sign by the both artists on the back of the photo

size
51 x 61 x 3 cm

designation
unique specimen (PU)