Play art house

Songwad Road was located on the map based on the royal thought of King Rama V, aiming to protect the community from a fire hazard after several major fire accidents.

Along Songwad Road, it is difficult not to keep an eye on an array of buildings and houses which remain fantastic despite its existence for over hundred years. Colonial style scenic buildings surrounded by stories and way of life in the past are unavailable on other roads.

Being aged over hundred years, Play art house which has been renovated while preserving antique atmosphere is well prepared to exhibit a wide variety of arts created by various artists within and outside the community so as to encourage connectivity and harmony.

“Corona 2020”
Acrylic on linen
90 x 95 ‪cm

Palut Marod

Mixed Media
100 x 80 cm

Rongrong Phumphang

“Mystery of Life #7”
Acrylic on Canvas
70 x 100 cm

Wattanachote Tungkateja

“Structure of Life”
Ceramic Raku
35 x 28 cm

Saravut Vongnate

“Red Coral”
Acrylic, Oil Pastel on Sa – Paper
55 x 75 cm

Opas Chotiphantawanon

70 x 100 cm

Wijit Apichatkriengkrai

“Color’ SIL”
Acrylic, oil color on canvas
80 x 100 cm

Ekasit Jirattikanon

Acrylic on Canvas
100 x 80 cm

Kiattiwat Srichanwanpen

“Full-time programme lecturer 2018”
Metal and wood composite
84 x 33 x 33 cm

Kittisak Kaewduk

Acrylic on canvas
120 x 120 cm

Jung Narate

Mixed media on plywood
60 x 80 cm

Salahwarin Jaijuntuck

“ Have a whale of a time”
Acrylic on canvas
60 x 80 cm

Teerawat Nutcharoenpol

“อำนาจ ชัยชนะ” (พระนารายณ์ทรงสุบรรณ )
ดินสอไข บนผ้าลินิน
150 x 100 cm

สุพร แก้วดา

“Roma Italia”
watercolor on cotton paper

Bancha sriwong-rach

More arts at Play Art House
Playtime Exhibition from March 16th to April 25th 2020
For more information please contact 66 99 2529191
free admission and venue close on Sunday.

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