Jewelry is not gem, 2019
Ring : synthetic quartz

 

Saving, 2017
Ring : 925silver

 “Morning jewelry exhibition”
Atta gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

 

Six years old skills, 2016
Ring : Fine silver, epoxy clay
When we are handling with the unskilled or unfamiliar matter.
It always brings us back to the childhood feeling.

“SIX : 6th Anniversary Exhibition”
Atta gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

 

Social diseases, 2016
Necklace : Copper, brass, silicone rubber, cord, powder coating
The culture of people, in society, who need self-changing,
whether they are willing to sacrifice themselves intentionally or unintentionally,
obtain to duplicate the one’s styles in aspects of appearance, lifestyle, and attitude.
This kind of culture is going to destroy the diversity which is considerable as the creativity.
Because of the insisting of self-identification, seeking appropriate forms,
and uniqueness creates the pathway or individual way naturally and beautifully.
This pathway becomes very unique and get ready for the every traveler to follow and study.

 

Mosquitoes love blue, 2015
Pendant : Brass, wood, cord
4th January 2015, a day before my birthday which I have been officially admitted in the hospital for the first time in my life. I was living there for 6 days under the conditions that strictly do and don’t behavior. I was get the blood sample every early morning, only stayed on the bed, red and brown colored food are prohibited and I was not allowed to brush my teeth! All this torture story happened just because the annoying insect “mosquito!”
This piece was created from my memorize and reminiscing how I feel to this tiny creature.
Hence creating the symbolic that against every mosquito in every species!

 “Toh : Me, My work and everything in between” exhibition by Toh Craft
Atta gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

 

Adult Toy, 2014
Art object or Pendant : Brass, copper, powder coat

Memories have always stated that a bliss in young age is not hard to possess
but when ripeness and proficiency thrive, it does make one listen to more mistake while let go of most happiness. This art piece is created to recall the youthful past when joy flows as easily as a quiet breeze makes one leaf moves.

 “2015 Beijing international jewelry art exhibition”
Innovation Park of Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology, Beijing, China

 

Give you a pendant, 2014
Spoon or Pendant : 925silver , cord
The idea of creating this work came up when I was looking for a perfect spoon to fetch my silver grains in my little boxes. Regularly I just used my hands which could not be much helpful so this idea of spoon came up inevitably. Also the fact that every tools in any studio should be around the users to use it profitably, I then build up a spoon that at the same time also a pendant. The pendant becomes a spoon. 
The spoon is a pendant. And it’s just perfect.

 “Give Me A Spoon” exhibition curated by Vipoo Srivilasa
Atta gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

 

Rough gems , 2013
Brooch : silicone rubber, powder Color, found object, magnet
Photo by Miti Ruangkritya
Creating these pieces of jewelry, the inspiration comes from the idea of unpolished rough gems and it is their similarities and contrasts that are naturally and diversely charming.

 “Anew negotiation” exhibition curated by Bow Wasinondh
Bilk gallery, Canberra, Australia
 “The study of thai contemporary jewelry designer since2002 by Taweesak Molsawat”
ATTA Gallery, Bangkok,Thailand

 

 

:Madical equipment? , 2013
Pendant or more, brass
Photo & VDO by Monticha Sriyoschati

It has begun when Pam or Monticha Sriyodschat, my jewelry-making pupil, brought home her copper and brass works. Instantly after regarding his daughter’s artworks,
Prof. 
Somchai Sriyodschat felt very much attractive and thought about using the same materials to remodel the graft sizer, a medical equipment for gauging the size of distorted blood vessel. The equipment generally verifies the real size of blood vessel in order to choose the correct size of artificial blood vessel for clients. Nevertheless, it is quite inadequately convenient that these graft sizers have always been imported from abroad and the models are often unfit for the treatments.
Professor Somchai therefore wants to modify the graft sizer to be more suitable.
I had been asked from him then that could this be done.As a contemporary jeweller, I feel interest and decide to accept the challenge. Having a little bit of thought makes me feel that at the very least, the graft sizer should, at the same time, be a ‘jewelry’.
The heart figure on the handle of the graft sizer would remind its duty and serve as a jewelry whenever whose necklace has been thread through. Everything, everyone has duty. I make an equipment for a doctor. A doctor uses it for clients. Beauty will ultimately appear by having two different professions join,not by the visual feature neither nor the vision of how the object works.

 

Untitled, 2012
Wearable piece, 925 silver, copper, wood
To me “The end of the world in 2012″ was just another rumor created
without any proof. The piece of jewelry i created is to be kept in a shirt
pocket. Every time a wearer moves. Noises will be heard. It is just like
rumors tha can be heard evry time human beings move….their ,ouths.

“The Beginning or The End”
ATTA Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

 

Evolution of pink species, 2012
Brooch, silicone rubber, powder color, 925 silver
Photo by Kitthanapat Rapeepornsan

“Suspend.ed in pink” 2013
V & V gallery, Vienna, Austria
Viaduc des arts, Paris, France
Heidi Lowe Gallery, Delaware, U.S.A.
Studio Gabi Green, Munich, Gemany
The Atrium, The school of jewellery, Birmingham, United Kingdom

 

New species, 2012
Brooch, silicone rubber, powder color, 925 silver
Photo by Kitthanapat Rapeepornsan
In a nature have many species that i have never seen before
but i love to see them because They always give me an exciting
feeling. For this project. i used my imagination to make many form
of New Species so i will call them” New Species “

“2013 Beijing International Jewelry Exhibition”
China Millennium Monument, Beijing, China
“The study of thai contemporary jewelry designer since2002”
by Taweesak Molsawat at Ratchadamnoen contemporary art center
” Garden ” Exhibition by Le pool p.
Ensapc Ygrec, Paris, France
Le Pool P is the group of artist from France, Thailand and Taiwan.
They work in three successive locations Nong Khai, Bangkok, Paris
and working in the forms of installation, performance, sound, jewelry
photography, video

 

Nam [ water ], 2012
Brooch, brass, copper, silicone rubber, powder color, found object
My inspiration is from Mae Khong river in Nongkhai and Chaophraya river in Bangkok.

“Toom Faab” [deflated water jar] by Le Pool P.
Reading Room, Bangkok, Thailand
 “Toom” Exhibition [water jar] by Le Pool P.
The North Chommanee beach on the border of Thailand and Laos
Nongkhai, Thailand
Le Pool P is the group of artist from France, Thailand and Taiwan.
They work in three successive locations Nong Khai, Bangkok, Paris
and working in the forms of installation, performance, sound, jewelry
photography, video

Sex symbol, 2011
Brooch, black patina 925 silver, pink gold plated copper, wool

“HOLOWNIA : 20th legnica international jewellery competition : Sexy “
Old City Hall, Legnica, Poland

 

Sound check, 2009
Necklace, iron bell, cord
Vinit presents the masterpiece by the concept of letting the blind touching and sensing the jewelry with their familiar aspect which is listening. He also do believes that sound plays the vital role and be meaningful for the people who loss their vision. This theme is supported by Pichai, the artist who will narrate the story via taking photo of the blind when they express the sense of touching with jewelry.

“The study of thai contemporary jewelry designer since2002”
by Taweesak Molsawat at Ratchadamnoen contemporary art center
“TALENTE 2011” : New munich trade fair centre, Munich, Germany
“Welcome Signs” : The World Craft Council’s conference, New Delhi, India