Thai artist Ubatsat Sutta’s (b. 1980) bold expressionist paintings reflect the combination of his art training at Chiang Mai University and Doctorate in Buddhism from Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok. A meditation on both the art of colour and Buddhist philosophy, each work is an explosion of colours contained within a circular canvas. This circle is inspired by the Buddhist view of the universe—that existence is a continuous cycle of life, death, rebirth and suffering, feeding into a singular interpretation of the diversity of the world around us.


Ubatsat works are featured in the renowned MAIIAM Museum Collection in Chiang Mai as well as important private collections.