Viewing Room:
Sirikul Pattachote

July 5, 2018 – July 31, 2018
526 W 26th St, Studio #710, New York, NY 10001

Tuesday – Thursday: By Appointment (email:
Friday & Saturday: Open to Public 1pm – 6pm
Sunday & Monday: Closed

SFA Projects is pleased to present works by artist Sirikul Pattachote during the month of July, as part of SFA’s Chelsea Summer Viewing Room series.

Sirikul Pattachote is a Thailand-born New York artist and earned her BFA from Silipakorn University of Art and Design (Bangkok). Her artwork is inspired by nature, where she draws upon memories and the experiences of her surroundings in everyday life. The ephemeral quality of life and matter is a central theme in her work. Through her paintings, she attempts to record and preserve certain memories and impressions that highlight the potential good that lies in everyone and everything.

“I’m interested in natural ecosystems and the cycle of life. The laws of nature and the three characteristics of existence in Dharma of Buddhism (impermanence, incompleteness, and non-self) inspire me to tell a story through my art. I prefer to keep such stories discreet within the painting, allowing the viewer of my artwork to either discover it exactly as I had intended or leaving them to find a story of their own within the brush strokes and layers.”

Sirikul Pattachote "Lotus in Bloom" (2018, watercolor and thread on paper)
Sirikul Pattachote “Lotus in Bloom” (2018, watercolor and thread on paper)