PanSuriya Art Post

New Arrivals – Pansuriya suggests
27 August 2014, 15:30
Filed under: art and ideas

Pansuriya Art Consultancy is a specialist service provider for art rentals and art investment. It issues for each Pansodan Art Post regular updates on new arrivals to Pansodan Gallery, outlining the original aspects of some works! Of course you are welcome to check out all the other new works every day at Pansodan Gallery from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., or if you wish to sit down and enjoy art next to a coffee, ginger soda or mango smoothie, the right venue is Pansodan Scene with the same opening! Feel free to contact Pansuriya Art Consultancy ( if you need advice on collecting or wish to rent works to change the whole aspect of your office, home or restaurant!

EiKazaCho_Ei Kaza Cho – Crowd, acrylic on canvas, 18×18 inches

One of newest works of Ei Kaza Cho (born 1952) is a monochromatic portrayal of stylized human figures, mostly woman nudes: the vibrant crowd is however completed with a touch of irony turning the small, but powerful painting into special `eye candy` in any space! This dynamic painting would be right at home at any art lover’s house, or a design company’s office!



motorcycleEain Aye Kyaw – Motorcycle, acrylic on canvas, 36×48 inches

This new arrival by Eain Aye Kyaw (born 1981) is an amazing addition to any space with its bold colours strong brushwork, and sharp lights. The painter`s unique rendition of everyday scenes makes him one of the most appreciated artists of Pansodan – this work would sure add character to your office or café space!



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