“Positive emotion” are ways that broaden habitual modes of thinking or acting which are represented by various thought-action tendencies from their own well being i.e. to optimise, to play, or to explore and to appreciate.
Buddhism lays the basis for Thai cultures. Arts, whatever the type, act as tools to guide and persuade people to think and take action in the righteous way. As an ordinary person, one is still persuaded by the “religious defilements” such as beauty. Therefore, art forms are an obvious tool for myself to teach and direct the way people thinks from my experience in the work which have been experimented towards myself.
My work portrays perfect combination of concepts and related traditional Thai art components shown through the interplay of shapes that interact upon my emotion to being still and relief. I am mostly interested in a traditional Thai culture and the search on forms/shapes to find myself, as a wearer and a jewellery designer into a better condition of emotion.
Jewellery is therefore, the best medium to articulate these ideas since it extends beyond the body surface and has to be touched or felt from the close distance within the body, which can be reflect to the mind. It is as though we must enter the wear’ personal space of mind so that this personal space aspect created will disclose stories. The shapes, which are created into jewellery pieces, can heal the wearer such as myself emotional asserting my intension. I can feel the smoothness and puff up form of the porcelain when touching. The smooth feel and puff up form reminds me of the importance of this emotional reflection, which is very personal to me in terms of shapes/forms that can have the potential to heal myself into a better condition of emotion.
The aesthetic emotional effect of shapes in any study context will be meaningless without a profound