Weeraya Yamansabeedeen (Jaiko) is a contemporary realist painter who lives in Bangkok, Thailand. His paintings portray the peace that humanity wants and needs. In his words, "I talk about peace that everyone craves for, we humans create violence and lose people in that process. Violence and peace do not go together." This distinct personal touch to his works underlines with the fact that there is always a different route to follow; not result in war or violence.
He uses photography and his technique of realistic paintings to convey events that happened in history and in the present. He uses the unique approach of cartoon characters like Mickey Mouse (his personal favorite), despite the gores of violence, cartoon characters like Mickey mouse bring in a balance and create a contrast.
Jaiko graduated from the Silipakorn University with a major in Visual arts Painting and painting sculptures and graphic design. He took part in 10 STEPS, a competition for second-year students at Silipakorn University, Bangkok Art Gallery and Creative Exhibition and Thai artists in the reign of the 9th Art Exhibition by the group king love artist.
Jaiko is represented by the 333 Gallery & 333 Anywhere Contemporary art gallery, where he exhibited his work in the show "Time" in 2019.
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