By Supachet, these charming earrings depict rabbits enclosed in moons. The sterling silver pair is crafted by hand in a small workshop by the artist's friend.
The rabbit and the moon represent Supachet's imagination. It tells of his fear of losing it as the result of increasing burdens in making a living. When time permits to look back at himself, he wants to preserve this imagination as long as possible as it is the most important part of creating his artworks.
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Size (Each): 1.0 cm W x 1.0 cm L
Weight: 0.002 kg
Materials: Sterling silver (.925)
Component type: Post earrings.
About the Artisan:
This pair of earrings was designed by Supachet Bhumakarn and handcrafted by his silversmith friend. The talented artist studied at the College of Fine Art in Bangkok and later at the Faculty of Fine Art in Chiang Mai University from where he graduated.
Between 1996 and 2009, Supachet has exhibited his artworks 17 times in Thailand and oversees. He received the following 2 awards:
- Year 1997: Thai Farmers Bank Special Award in the 14th Exhibition of Contemporary Art by Young Artists.
- Year 1996: Second Award in Gilt Lacquer at College of Fine Art, Bangkok.
... Read Supachet's full biography on Ezistock Blog.