This new series of works by the well-known Thai wood sculptor is inspired by the beauty of new seedlings springing up as part of growth of all natural things. They possess their own methods of maintaining the breed from current to future generations. The artist wants to portray diversified ways of existence of plants through his sculptures.
Chumpon uses a wide variety of woods including teak, maka, rose wood, orange jasmine, jackfruit, tamarind, blackwood, mahogany etc. in his works for their different colors and wood grains. The results are fascinating and unique wood sculptures of contemporary appeals.