PanSuriya Art Post


New Arrivals – Pansuriya suggests / October 2014
17 October 2014, 17:55
Filed under: exhibit

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 (khaing.yuyu@gmail.com) if you need advice on collecting or wish to rent works to change the whole aspect of your office, home or restaurant!

 

Aung Htoo: Whirl, 2014

Aung Htoo: Whirl, 2014

Aung Htoo: Whirl, 2014

The young painter Aung Htoo is well known for his paintings approaching hyper-realism. He is fascinated by still-life, mainly transparent objects so difficult to grab technically. Paint as material also occupies a considerable role within his works: no wonder if on his latest paintings, the composition becomes more and more abstract as the objects draw so close to the viewer to eventually let `non-figurative` take control of the whole composition. His new experiments encouraged Aung Htoo to sometimes even step out into the third dimension while creating. The present canvas is an unusually big one: tension between the large, rough colour fields and the whirling shapes create a mystical atmosphere waiting to be unfold!

 

Aung Khaing: Women in Red, 2014

Aung Khaing: Women in Red, 2014

Aung Khaing: Women in Red, 2014

One of the elder masters of the Myanmar contemporary art scene, Aung Khaing recently presented a series of new paintings at Pansodan Scene through the exhibition titled Myanmar Nats. One of his most recent works is the present painting displaying young women in front of a lively red background. The large brushstrokes stand in contrast with the subtle black outlines. White emphasizes the vibrant surface meanwhile lending lightness to the work. A perfect match to dress up a space!


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