Phatyos Buddhacharoen

“Significant Abstract of Form M.F.A./92/A” Large Black Abstract Lithograph 1993



Pencil, Lithograph


Limited edition lithograph by Thai artist Phatyos Buddhacharoen. Minimalist grease pencil drawing incorporating an elongated form tapering into a seed-like shape with visibly heavy strokes. This work reminds the viewer of the interactions in nature, that all things are constantly changing, rising and falling, being created and destroyed. Numbered 2/6 by artist in lower left corner; titled and signed by artist in lower right side of painting. Framed in black wooden frame.

Artist Biography

Phatyos Buddhacharoen experiments with mass and space, harnessing primal energy and searching for harmony. Through a precision use of line and technique, Phatyos interprets the landscape and elements in it, depicting nature and the factors of time and force. He is a respected artist, who is an art instructor at Silpakorn University in Bangkok, uses the abstract forms in his art to explore the basic universal laws of nature according to Buddhism; that all things are subject to change and nothing remains the same. Finding expression in the lithographic process, Phatyos draws with grease pencils, crayon, and tusche on several different plates to separate the different colors. His quality, precisely positioned lines integrate themselves and interplay with the space until they seem to no longer exist.

Dimensions With Frame

H 33.13 in. x W 44.63 in. x D 1.38 in.

Dimensions Without Frame

W 27.5 in. x H 38.5 in.