Wanda Chaima’s (b. 1998) introspective paintings express the deep pain in the world today, questioning the isolation, mutilation, and moral and physical distress affecting so many.
While discomforting for the viewer, these ominous visions lead us to look into our own solitude and confront the perilous path that humanity is following. Rendered with rare sensitivity and meticulous attention to detail, Wanda’s works combine diverse art schools from Surrealism to German expressionism, creating a unique painting style that has marked her out as one of the most promising artists of her generation in Thailand.
Wanda studied painting and sculpture at Silpakorn University in Bangkok. Her work has been exhibited at The Residence Bangkok, a space curated by Francois Russo at the request of the Thai government to showcase the most promising Thai talents in art and design, and at the 9th UOB Painting Of The Year Exhibition. She is currently preparing for a solo show at Russo Yubero Geneva in 2021.