About Nichapha

👋 The artist/ Meet Nichapha

My name is Nichapha Trongsiri. I am a Melbourne-based artist who works as an UI/UX designer when I am not painting. I have always had a creative flair which was harnessed during university whilst studying a degree in Fine Arts in Thailand. My Thai background continues to shape my joyful artistic style, as well as my mentor, George Haidar, especially in the use of palette knives, which has culminated into refined and elegant abstract impressionism.

My palette is vivid and bright to elicit happiness, and forms are fluid and serene to encapsulate the dynamic nature of life. Patches of delicate detail, such as the subtle pinks in the nudes that represent women's solidarity, are offset by swathes of bold colour to show inner strength and beauty.

I often include gold in my artwork, not only giving texture and light to her pieces which emanates effervescent optimism, but also adds a sense of glamour as my artist signature.



I draw inspiration for my artwork by tapping into women’s positive and creative energy. My artwork symbolises women and femininity and gives women the power to embrace their bodies fully. I hope that my artwork can encourage women to tap into their inner strength.

Finally, I named all of my artworks as untitled following with the number, are open to being named, and changed depending on the viewer mood, similar to the moods that carry women from one day to the next, and through monthly cycles. The abstract expressionism captures the form of a woman’s body in its utmost beauty, with brushstrokes giving fluidity to the work, in a similar way, that each and every woman is unique and follows the ebbs and flows. I use the flower shapes to symbolise that women have the ability to blossom in a conducive environment, and will emanate strength and hope when they are nurtured. Flowers are in so many colours they make people happy. I want to inspire a feeling of happiness and sunshine.

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  • Winner 2nd best acrylic painting, Flemington Art Show 2021
  • Highly commended artwork from Mornington Art Show 2021
  • Highly commendedHighly recommended best mixed media 2017 



  • 2021 The Flow Collective , Blackcat Fitzroy, 252 Brunswick St, Fitzroy VIC 3065
  • 2021 The Flow Collective, Workshop, 1/413 Elizabeth St, Melbourne VIC 3000


  • May 2022, Art Red Hill VIRTUAL Art Show 2022
  • Mar 2022,  The Portland Art Show 2022
  • Jan 2022, Mornington Art Show, The Peninsula Community Theatre, VIC Australia
  • Jan 2022, Sorrento Art Show, Sorrento Community Centre, VIC Australia
  • 2021 Knox Art Show 
  • 2021 Kinglake Ranges Art Show 
  • 2021 Luxembourg Art Prize, La Pinacothèque
  • 2021 Mooney Valley Art show, North Park Mansion, Essendon VIC
  • 2021 The Flow Collective - Solo exhibition, Blackcat, Fitzroy VIC
  • 2021 Kern Art Prize Show, Virtual art show organised by Kernot community 
  • 2021 The Flemington Art Show, Kensington Town Hall 30-34 Bellair Street Kensington VIC 3031
  • 2021 Mornington Art Show, Peninsula Community Theatre

  • 2020 The Knox Art Exhibition

  • 2019 Camberwell Art Show, Swinburne University (Hawthorn)
  • 2019 Whitehorse Art Show, The Box Hill Town Hall

  • 2018 Knox Art Show, Knox Community Arts Centre
  • 2018 Bayside Art Show, Sandringham Yacht Club

  • 2017 Moonee Valley Art Show, The St. Columbans Mission
  • 2017 Art inTune Art Show, Old Brighton Town Hall

  • 2016 Mornington Art Exhibition, The Peninsula Community Theatre
  • 2016 Moonee Valley Art Show, The St. Columbans Mission
  • 2016 Camberwell Art Show, Swinburne University (Hawthorn)
  • 2016 Camberwell Art Show, Swinburne University (Hawthorn)
  • 2016 Knox Art Show, Knox Community Arts Centre


2013 Bachelor of Fine Arts - BFA (Hons) (full scholarship), Rangsit University