"I like to show my photographs to foreigners, because sometimes they do not know how beautiful and interesting my country is."
"My name is Sittidech, but my friend calls me 'Noi,' and I was born October 25, 1969 in the Sukhothai province of Thailand. I have two younger brothers and one older sister, and great parents. They have always taught us to be good and do good. They've always told us that if you are good, many good things will come to your life. Actually, I think they are right.
"I have liked art and enjoyed traveling even from a very young age. I will always remember the trip we took with my parents to the Thai coast - oh, I loved swimming and diving so much!
"My love for art was strong that I focused my studies in this subject, and majored in fine art. I started working as a cameraman and then I taught at the university.
"Of course, I also got married and my wife loves art too. She is a painter and we decided to work together in the studio, which makes us very happy and proud.
"All of my photographs relate to Thai culture, which is my source of inspiration. I like Thai architecture and I enjoy the challenge of expressing its intricacies through a photograph. I like to show my photographs to foreigners, because sometimes they do not know how beautiful and interesting my country is.
"Traveling is my passion and it gives me a lot of ideas. When I am on the road, I have the opportunity to see and shoot unique scenes, and showcase them in my own personal style.
"I think Novica offers great opportunities to artists all over the world. I hope everybody will enjoy my photographs."
Emblazoned in luminous silver, the "Ohm" symbol of peace crowns this design by Thailand's Khun Boom. The pendant is escorted by blue chalcedony and corundum, a sapphire that has been dyed red. The bracelet is crafted by hand featuring sterling discs.
Chuleekorn selects a blue-green palette of colors for the design of this original choker. She crochets dyed agate, dyed calcite and brass beads with dark brown and khaki threads. Two agate buttons fasten this beautiful necklace.
Working in natural jute, Sandra Barahona creates a modern handbag with organic beauty. The tote features stripes on the front of black rubber taken from a recycled inner tube of an automobile tire. Fully lined, the bag features an inner zipper pocket.....read more
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