I'm not a chicken, unfortunately (acrylic painting)
An acrylic painting of a chicken couple with little chicks written on canvas, it belongs to the brush of a remarkable Thai artist Krisanachai Sripila.
Image: A rooster and a hen sit on the pile of corn looking tenderly at each other and the four fluffy yellow chicks next to them. In the front the viewer also sees four white apple blossoms – symbols of love, peace and fertility. The repetition of number 4 reminds us of a famous saying: "Children are the flowers of life".
The painting emanates warm family atmosphere of a peaceful farm life. It would without any doubt look good hanging above someone’s kitchen table.
But why did the painter choose chicken among all animals? Probably because it symbolizes ideal maternal love, right? What do you think?
- Brings up memories of family warmth and affection;
- Is symbolic of parental love and fertility;
- Adds a whole new layer of style and color to your interior design.
The paintings are made to order, which takes about a week. These are unique works, therefore there may be slight differences from the photo.
About the artist:
Krisanachai Sripila spent his childhood and adolescence in the small town of Pai in Thailand, which has become famous among tourists and locals thanks to its beautiful nature and hippie vibe. While his family had not approved of his love for painting, he still managed to enter Thai art circles through self-education with the only help of his own talent and perseverance.
At the age of 21 he moved to Bangkok to pursue his passion further. His art was appreciated and selected for exhibitions at several prominent Thai universities.
Krisanachai's acrylic paintings are sharp, full of acumen and subtle irony. The warmth and joie de vivre they emanate can bring out a smile on the face of any art enthusiast.
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