Pichet Klunchun originally trained in Thai Classical Mask Dance, Khon, from age 16, with Chaiyot Khummanee, one of the most recognized Khon masters in Thailand. After receiving his degree in Thai Classical Dance at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, he pursued a career both as dancer and choreographer at high-profile occasions, such as the opening and closing ceremonies of Asian Games in Bangkok in 1998. Subsequently, he also worked with contemporary dance. Pichet has earned domestic notoriety for his efforts in contemporising Khon.
However, his main achievement is embodied in his paintings which are the result of a combination of action painting, performance art, and Thai traditional Khon. This unique mix is bringing to life exceptional pictural work, which is capturing the attention of international museums and collectors. Lately, he has participated in several intercultural performing arts programmes as a Thai representative and as an international artist in Asia and Europe, and has won several awards locally and internationally.