Take one look at Prang Vejjajiva's work on display now at Koi Art Gallery and it will tell you pretty much everything there is to know about the girl. There are no frills or BS ideals hidden behind any paintings in her exhibition "I Wonder, A Wonderland".
Prang, who has a degree in fine arts from Chulalongkorn University, is the eldest daughter of ex-prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva. But it'd be tactless to think she might be cunningly hiding clandestine political messages amidst the colourful cupcakes and curious cats, or that there's reason why cool tones (ahem, blue) are dominant and there are hardly any reds in her paintings. Don't get ahead of yourselves, because Prang firmly interrupts all of our attempts to find any signs of two-dimensional politicking.
"I'm not trying to get across any political or social issues. The paintings are all fantasy and hardly related to reality," she said.
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