• Product Code: 7430
  • Made by: Jakraphan Chaijit


Acrylic on canvas, 'Creative Desires'

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Jakraphan Chaijit depicts a Garuda with an elephant head. It holds its enemy the Naga in its claws. They are both mythical creatures, the former a bird-like creature, the latter a snake-like water-dweller. The artist paints the creatures with a minimal palette of acrylics and signs his name in Thai.

"The concept for this work is the belief that only creative desires will break problems into pieces. The flood disaster in Thailand in 2011 inspired me to create this piece. I felt so depressed at that time. I took a look at the world and saw so many natural disasters. As an artist who works creatively, I tried and think of ways to get over this disaster. I realized that the old ways of thinking was not going to work and that we would have to try new approaches. We would then have the ability to see the problem from another perspective, and eventually be able to find the right way to get over that disaster," explains Jakraphan.

The Himmapan forest is said to be located in the Himalaya mountains. The mythical creatures that dwell in the forest are combined animals. Thai artists often use their imaginations to represent these creatures. They sometimes borrow features from creatures to combine their own creatures.

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Size: 100.0 cm W x 80.0 cm H

Weight: 0.45 kg

Materials: Acrylic on canvas.

About the Artist:

This painting was made by Jakraphan Chaijit. He is very fond of elephants and creates artistic works inspired by them. He is married and has one son. He paints in his hometown in Chiang Mai and has exhibited his artworks 24 times in Thailand.

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