... I do not walk the way of big noise, it hurts and I must run to the forest for healing. I read the strange codes written in the gnarled bark of trees of the deep forest that speak of a far-off age. Secret things are known to the ancient tree that stands in the centre, blasted and inscribed in its whorls by scorching heat and tearing wind. The chit-chat sounds that electrons sing are not known in the deep woods. The songs of trees are made of gentle sounds, songs without words, music without notes. These are my sounds. I mould clay to fashion visions of trees that reach to other skies.
Largely self-taught, she has evolved an individual style inspired by a study of the great traditions of oriental pottery. She gained further experience in Canada and Japan. Her first exhibition in Bangkok drew the attention of art lovers in Thailand to ceramics as an art form. Since then, her works have been introduced repeatedly in numerous publications and television art programmes. The latest solo exhibition of her work, The Quiet Path, confirmed her reputation as one of Thailand’s most outstanding artists and created enthusiasm among Thai art circles and the foreign community in Thailand. Over the years, her work became known outside Thailand and was exhibited in Japan, Hong Kong, Holland and Mexico.