Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Perilously Dark Black House ~ Baan Dam Museum - Thawan Duchanee (Part 3/3).

Thawan Duchanee (27th September, 1939 – 3rd September, 2014) was a Thai contemporary painter, architect and sculptor with an international reputation. In 2001, this notable artist was given the price by the Office of the National Culture Commission of Thailand as the National Thai Artist in Fine art and Visual art. Thawan Duchanee was raised in Chiang Rai, Thailand and started art studies at the age of fifteen at the Art and Craft College under the scholarship of the Ministry of Education of Thailand. In 1958, he furthered his studies at Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Art department, Silpakorn University.
 Baan Dam tiered roof building.
 The carved facade in front the Baan Dam house.
 The granite sculptures,
 Antique furniture and interesting sacred Reclining Buddha statue.
 Another tiered building design.
 Photo taken with another sacred carved facade design.
 The giant knife.
 The Hornbill shape building, the Hornbills are a kind of bird named after their the large horn-like bills found on most species.
 Many skeletons on display.
 Art of horns, peacock tail feathers and furs.
The animals head on display, taxidermy is the preserving of an animal's part via stuffing or mounting for the purpose of art display.
 The sacred 3 Pure White Domes building.
 The Elephant skeletons.
The bathroom of Baan Dam Museum.
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