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Butori gd.JPG Exhibition : « Colors and light », Ms. Watana Noonpackdee Butori, Thailand (8-19 March 2010, Miro I and II)

Organised in cooperation with the Permanent Delegation of the Kingdom of Thailand to UNESCO

Born in Thailand in 1945, Watana Noonpackdee Butori has lived in France since 1970.

Graduated from the Chulalongkorn university (Bangkok) in Literacy and from the Université de Nancy (France) in Contemporary history, she worked as a free lance interpret and translator for many years and has written the Assimil language method to learn Thai in 1990.

Always passionate for art, Ms Butori attended diverse art schools, such as the École des Beaux-Arts de Rueil Malmaison, and participated in many individual and collective exhibitions. Her artwork navigates between different techniques such as watercolor, oil, acrylic and pastel to express her own vision of life and nature.

Its paintings commemorate fugitive moments of beauty and happiness, filled with joy and peace.

Author(s) BSP/GE
Source BSP/GE
Editorial Contact: BSP/GE, 33-1 45 68 13 68
- Email gender.equality@unesco.org
Publication Date 10 Feb 2010
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