BANGKOK — Get your fortune read and reflect on fortune and belief with the sacred animals of the Chinese Zodiac portrayed by a talented illustrator at an exhibition opening Saturday.

Masterful illustrator Tachamapan “Pomme Chan” Chanchamrassang challenged herself with new techniques in representing belief and fortune for her upcoming solo exhibition “Sirimongkol (Luck),” through drawings of the 12 animals of the Chinese Zodiac.

Showing not only 12 large-scale drawings on canvas, the exhibition also features the artist’s illustrations on paper painted with gold and red colors, a spirit house and ceramic merchandise.

At the launch party, free fortune-telling will be provided along with food, drinks and music.

“Pomme Chan” is a Thai illustrator based in London. Her hand-drawn works and typographical illustrations have been featured in various magazines and campaigns abroad such as the Telegraph, New York Times Magazine and La Perla Magazine.

The exhibition launches at 5pm on Saturday and runs through Feb. 12 at the gallery of The Jam Factory, which can be reached by bus or taxi from BTS Krung Thonburi, or a short walk from the Khlong San Pier.

 

Photo: The Jam Factory Gallery / Courtesy
Photo: The Jam Factory Gallery / Courtesy
Photo: The Jam Factory Gallery / Courtesy
Photo: The Jam Factory Gallery / Courtesy
Photo: The Jam Factory Gallery / Courtesy
Photo: The Jam Factory Gallery / Courtesy
Tachamapan “Pomme Chan” Chanchamrassang with her works. Photo: The Jam Factory Gallery / Courtesy.
Tachamapan “Pomme Chan” Chanchamrassang with her works. Photo: The Jam Factory Gallery / Courtesy.