Chiang Mai located in the northern part of Thailand is home to the world’s most skilful and experienced charcoal painting artists. This gorgeous provincial capital city houses the extremely popular Night Bazaar as well, which ranks amongst Asia’s finest shopping destinations. This atmospheric night market attracts huge crowds of tourists looking for quality charcoal paintings, handicrafts, electronic gadgets, clothing, travel gear and jewellery.
The Chiang Mai night market is crammed with little street stalls selling a wide range of cheaply-priced products such as trendy sunglasses, football shirts of numerous clubs, ‘Rolex’ watches, computer games, ‘Zippo’ cigarette lighters, CDs, DVDs, T-Shirts, travel accessories, baseball caps, lifelike charcoal portraits, electronic goods, handicrafts, woodcarvings, silverware and many other goodies.
In addition, the most visited night market in the ‘Land of Smiles’, is home to some of the most experienced and skilful charcoal painters. The majority of the portraitists creating lifelike black and white charcoal paintings from photos in Chiang Mai are to be found across the Night Bazaar’s covered area, as well as throughout the nearby surroundings.
Few holidaymakers visiting the city, which is rightfully nicknamed “Rose of the North” won’t leave Chiang Mai without some entirely handmade charcoal pencil portraits in their luggage. Charcoal portrait painters based in this exciting provincial capital rank among the most artistic on our planet and most portraitists painting and drawing artworks here enjoyed the nation’s finest art education.
Visiting tourists exploring Chiang Mai should not miss strolling around the night market building’s many fine art galleries and observing some of the highly skilled pencil portraits artists in action, while witnessing the creation of magnificent black and white portrait art right onsite.
The art galleries and painting ateliers here display lifelike charcoal pencil portraits from photographs, such as from world-famous persons including: Albert Einstein, Elvis Presley, John Lennon, Bob Marley and Che Guevara, as well as charcoal portraits of animals and Northern Thailand’s colourful hill tribe peoples.
Most visitors won’t be able seeing the difference between the charcoal pencil reproduction and the original photo, it could be a copy! Fortunately, a recently launched website offers value for money charcoal portraits online.
Art gifts online include custom portraits from photos, paintings of rural landscapes and orchids, Buddha paintings and psychedelic art.
Lovers of portraiture wishing to order art gifts online can simply upload an image or picture that has captured that special moment directly from their computer to the site. Delivering online art gifts at the customer’s postal address will usually take no longer than 14 working days.