Born in Bangkok, Atchalinee has been working as a graphic designer since 2002. On weekends and during her free time, she works on developing her skills and her artistic creations. Her first exhibition in 2017 paved the way for her to become a professional artist in 2018.
Intriguing common themes found in her works of art are the soft, sweet colour palette and the source for their inspiration that comes from her favourite things that aim to convey the reality of human life through the eyes of a representation of miniature humans or the “Dolls’ Eyes”. Her art invites audiences to form a connection with the visuals and interpret its meanings from their individual experiences. The story within the story of each piece thus becomes a joy and curiosity for audiences who can spend long stretches of time seeking their own explanation to the art pieces.
Her works are so ambiguous and open to different interpretations. In one picture, you can see either an angel or the devil. That is because there is more than one side to life, both black and white blending together in our everyday life. You cannot judge a human being from only what is visible; thus, the key to looking at art or humans is in your understanding of the subject matter, life experiences and each individual’s perspective.
83 Soi Narathiwasrajnakarin 15, Sathorn, Bangkok 10120