PanSuriya Art Post


Senses of Layers : Myint San Myint

“I grew up with silkscreening, it is the family business. It was silkscreens that first excited my appreciation. Most of my most of my works have come to include some silkscreening. To build the silkscreen into a work of art, I create layers upon layers, using strokes and flicks of the brush as well. Images emerge from between these layers, and I focus on the meanings of the images, the variations, the depths, the hints, the shadows. That is the art of it.”

Myint San Myint’s techniques do not reproduce well in a photograph. You need to see the layers on canvas, so come to his new exhibition, starting 3 January 2012 to explore them at Pansodan Art Gallery.

ကျွန်တော်သည် မိရိုးဖလာအရ ပိုးပန်းချီပညာနှင့် အကျွမ်း​ဝင်ခဲ့​ပါသည်။ ပိုးပန်းချီ​ဖန်တီးမှုက​​ကျွန်တော်၏​အာရုံ​ခံစားမှုများ​အတွက် အင်အား​ဖြစ်​စေခဲ့သည်။ ပိုးပန်းချီနှင့် အကျုံး​ဝင်သော​ဖွဲ့စည်းမှု အနုပညာကိုသာ အများဆုံး​လုပ်ဖြစ်​လာခဲ့သည်။ အနုပညာလက်ရာ​တစ်ခုဖြစ်​လာ​အောင် ဖန်တီး​ရသော​အလွှာလွှာ အထပ်ထပ်၊ ဆေးစက်၊ ရေးချက်။ ထိုအလွှာ​များ​ကြားက ပေါ်လာ​သော​အရုပ်များ၊ ထိုအရုပ်များကြားမှ အနက်​အရှိုင်း၊ မတူခြားနားသော ပုံရိပ်တို့၊ ရေးချက်တို့ဖြင့် ဖွဲ့စည်း​သွားသော အဓိပ္ပါယ်တို့သည် ကျွန်တော်​ဝင်စား​ကျက်စားရာ အနုပညာ​​ဖြစ်လာ​ကြသည်။

ထိုသို့ ဖန်တီးရင်း ဆရာ​ဗဂျီ​အောင်စိုး၏ လက်ရာများကို အမြတ်​တနိုးဖြင့် ပြန်လည်​တင်ပြ​ခြင်း​အနုပညာတစ်ခု​အဖြစ်​​​ဖန်တီး​ဖြစ်​သည်မှာ ကျွန်တော့်အတွက် စိန်ခေါ်မှု​ကြီးမား​လှသော မှတ်တိုင်​တစ်ခုဖြစ်ပါသည်။

Myint San Myint’s paintings are also available from Caphe House in London, from Heriot-Grant Gallery, shipping worldwide.



The ways people get here

Pansodan Gallery has been open for over three years now, and most of the people who have found us have done so through their friends, or through web searches — under their own steam, in other words. Here are some search terms from this morning:

Search terms which brought people to Pansuriya Art PostOne of our Than Myint Aung paintings ranks very high in generic image searches for paintings of nature.

Word of mouth has reached the ear of travel writers, and now we expect floods of tourists driving up prices, and our artists buying ever bigger canvases and using ever thicker paint with their new prosperity. But you, you knew us way back when. And you brought your friends. And we all had a great time with the artists.

P.S. Don’t believe it? Buy Lonely Planet here.

P.P.S. Read much, much more about Burmese art, from Andrew Ranard’s book.

P.P.P.S. I don’t even know what NPADC is, do you?



CAPism on the roof
12 December 2011, 21:15
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Were you watching the sky the night of 10 December? If so, you noticed that the moon left the sky for a while. She had seen that something extraordinary was happening on a rooftop on Pansodan Street, and came down to listen to a rare unplugged Side Effect performance, and to find out what this BETA Version of CAPism was. She was impressed.

10-17 December, Daily 10.00 am – 6.00 pm

Now inside the gallery, on the 1st Floor, 286 Pansodan Street,

Kyauktada Township, Yangon, Myanmar

CAPism on the roof of Pansodan Gallery

Side Effect, in a rare unplugged performance

CAPism in the sky

CAPism waiting for the sun to go down