SAC Gallery | Surachai Mawornkanong
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Surachai Mawornkanong

Also known as Niam Mawornkanong is an established Thai artist specializing in intricate acrylic painting that often projects a quality reminiscent of well-assembled oil works. He uses his art to captivate audiences’ attention then set them free to explore their own subconsciousness.

Though possessing degrees in philosophy and fine art, the majority of his technique is self-taught and compliments the fact that he is colorblind. His work also displays a versatile vision, ranging between abstract principles and realistic portraiture.

Mawornkanong has had numerous solo and group exhibitions. ‘The Sea Remembers Us’ in 2020 is his seventh solo exhibition and the third solo show with S.A.C. which he imparts the thoughtful story of human livelihood by using a vast sea as a narrator.

Solo Exhibitions


  • “เราอยู่ในความทรงจำของทะเล” (We are Memories of the Sea), Subhashok The Arts Centre, Bangkok


  • “นี่แหละโลก” (A Place Called Earth), Subhashok The Arts Centre, Bangkok 2016 ”Loser cat” แมวห่วย, Subhashok The Arts Centre, Bangkok


  • “Minimon”, Centara Grand, Bangkok


  • “Lunar Animalia”, Chamchuri Art Gallery, Bangkok.


  • “Spirit, Air”, Chamchuri Art Gallery, Bangkok.


  • “I Wanna Lose Myself in a Jungle”, Chamchuri Art Gallery, Bangkok.

Group Exhibitions


  • “Transuniverse” Subhashok The Arts Centre, Bangkok.


  • “Circus Terminal” Sangdee Gallery, Chiang Mai.


  • “14th Asian Art Biennale Bangladesh” Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy, Bangladesh.
  • “Jamjuree Art on the Move: Selected Exhibition” Crystal Design Center, Bangkok.


  • “Cat’s Party 2nd Art Exhibition” Meo Jai Dee Gallery, Chiang Mai.


  • “Cat’s Party 1st Art Exhibition” Meo Jai Dee Gallery, Chiang Mai.
  • “Visual Arts Festival, 55th Anniversary of The College of Fine Arts” The Queen’s Gallery, Bangkok.