Selected Exhibition

2011
-Selected among the Wide-reaching Jewellery Artists and Designers, ALL GOLDS: Brilliantly Birmingham,   UK
-One of the Six Selected Designers, A Project “Siamese Twist”, Material Connexion, Thailand Creative Centre (TCDC)

2010
“Artist and Designer’s Creation”: The Best Artist and Designer’s Creation in Thailand: Siam Cement, Thailand: Bangkok Art Gallery

2009
“Bangkok …Bananas!!” : Jewelry Design & Culture Camp : Art and Culture Festival organized  by Contemporary Art and Culture Institute, Ministry of  Culture, The Bangkok Gallery, Thailand

2008
”Silbhirasri Day”: Annual Exhibition of Art and Design by the Faculty of Decorative Arts Members, The Gallery of Art and Design, The Faculty of Decorative Arts, Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

2007
”Silbhirasri Day”: Annual Exhibition of Art and Design by the Faculty of Decorative Arts Members, The Gallery of Art and Design, The Faculty of Decorative Arts, Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

2007
“Explorations a Half Century of Thai Modern Design” Thai as We are Ehibition, Thailand Creative Design Centre (TCDC), Thailand

2006
-Art Jewellery Project “Ripple of Civilization: Phufa Siam Paragon” The Royal Project for Her Majesty The Princess Sirinthorn
-“Designer of the Year 2005”: Exhibition, the Siam Paragon Department Store, Bangkok, Thailand
-Image “Ripple of Water”, Top Fasion Report Book “Stone”  for  “A Project Bangkok Fasion City”, A Project of Ministry of Industry, Bangkok, Thailand

2005 
(14-24 June 2005) “La Fete 2005: The French Cultural Festival in Thailand” The Contemporary Art and Design Exhibition, Playground Building, Bangkok, Thailand

2004
“The Flowers in the Title of the Queen Sirikit”: The Contemporary Arts Exhibition, Queen Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

2003
“Happiness and Celebration”: The Contemporary Jewellery Art and Design Exhibition, Jewellery Group of Art and Design Centre, Gallery of Art and Design, The Faculty of Decorative Arts, Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

2000
“Kon  Kub  Kow”: Fine arts and Jewellery Group Exhibition, Hemlock  Pub and Restaurant, Bangkok, Thaialnd

1999, 2000, 2004
” Silbhirasri Day ”: Annual Exhibition of Art and Design by the Faculty of Decorative Arts Members, The Gallery of Art and Design, The Faculty of Decorative Arts, Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand1999

1999
-“Xe-non Project”: The First Contemporary Jewellery Exhibition, The Emporium Department Store, Bangkok, Thailand
-“Degree Show” The Royal College of Art, London, UK

1998
“By Whatever Means IV” The Royal College of Art, London, UK

A(N)ATTA
Thai jewellery art from prehistoric period until Rattanakosin era

โครงการทุนสร้างสรรค์ศิลปกรรมศิลป์ พีระศรี” ประจำปี ๒๕๕๕
ชื่อโครงการ : อนิจจังประดับกาย (An Adorable Impermanence)
” สังขารของฉัน”
” กัลป์ของเรา “
” สภาวะของเธอ”

Ripple of Water no.1 2 and 3
Ripple of water is dark, dim and misty but swift and bright.
Ripple of water is a dynamic movement which requires concentration.
Ripple of water
 is an elimination of unnecessary abstract with its own time and occasion…so that people can be in peace under the truth of nature.

Ripple of Civilization : Japan
Space of Culture in order for its people can appreciate the true value of uniqueness.

Ripple of Civilization : China
Space of China Culture in order for its people can appreciate the true value of uniqueness.

Ripple of Civilization : India
Space of India Culture in order for its people can appreciate the true value of uniqueness.

Tea of Wisdom
Taste of tea #1
Taste of tea is pure, simple and not pretentious, is being patient, not enduring, in order to achieving concentration, is a container of mind and soul to hold the taste of intellect, is the moment of sipping, even when not sipping. It is nothingness.

Tea residue #2
Tealeaves suffuse with water. Tea is pouring from the bottom of the heart. Bottomless heart…leaving behind no residue

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A Progress of Enhancing Aesthetic Knowledge Gained on Thai Gold ware to embody Cultural identity on Thai Creative jewellery
To explore traditional Thai philosophical aesthetics, especially in Buddhist appreciation, in order to spiritually translate this into pieces of contemporary jewellery which will provoke an aesthetics dimension in the user and ultimately create feelings of calmness and tranquillity. In effect to enourish Thai identity on a piece of jewellery but an identity this will become appealing to people across the world.To then explore ways of designing the knowledge gained to assisting the future jewellery industry in Thailand and helping to make it much more competitive in an ever changing world, without losing touch with its roots.

Embodiment of the Art of SGold Ware through Reinterpretation of Wisdom, Identity and Craftmanship in the context of Contemporary Society
Philosophy and thinking behind the production of gold jewellery and utensils shall be transformed to serve today’s society which is facing threats from materialism and western influences. Products were be designed to combine both practicality and artistic elements. Wearing the jewellery shall uplift the mind of the wearer. External and internal beauty may then lead to sustainable living of this contemporary society.

The King’s Theory in PEAR
If we learn he meaning of the word. “Enough” we will then experience happiness once again, Depend on Ourselves, Care for each other,and become unied.

JEWELLERY AS A FORM OF COMMUNICATION FOR THE DEAF CHILDREN
Doctor of Philosophy (Jewellery) Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, Birmingham, UK .

Bachelor of Fine Arts (Ceramics)
Silpakorn University, Bangkok Thailand Since 1993 – 1996

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Get In Touch

Associate Professor 
Dr. Supavee Sirin-k-raporn 
Full Time Lecturer
Silpakorn University, Bangkok Thailand, 
Jewellery Artist and Designer

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pearvee@yahoo.com
Tel. 662 623 6115
Ext.1287, 1253
Mobile: 6689 742 5213

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The Faculty of Decorative Arts, Department of Jewellery Design,
Silpakorn University, Bangkok Thailand
31 Naphralan Road
Phranakorn,Bangkok, 
Thailand 10200

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