DTGO-Linked Art4Worth Contributes to Royal Portrait
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MQDC Pattaya project, representing the property developer within DTGO, also took part, along with local environmental volunteers, village health volunteers, retail businesses, workers, religious establishments, and the Municipality of Na Jomtien.
The painting took 4 days (30–31 October and 6–7 November), completing an image chosen by 100 representatives of Ban Amphur to symbolize its loyalty to the memory of His Majesty.
Art4Worth Artists who helped paint the portrait included Mr. Yutthakit Prasonphon, Mr. Montri Senee, Mr. Nopporn Torburin, Mr. Surachai Saeli, Mr. Wuttichai Wajaposh, Mr. Pawich Taewattanathavornkul, and Mr. Amornsuk Rungklin, all of whom were delighted and proud to participate in this important task.
The royal portrait will play a key role in a tribute to His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great at Ban Amphur on 5 December.
The celebration will feature an exhibition of royal duties, performances of royal songs, “Ton Mai Khong Por” activities, free street foods, and drawings of Ban Amphur by Art4Worth pupils. Huai Yai farmers have planted about 5,000 marigolds, some of which will be exhibited on 5 December.
The portrait of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great with a sailing boat, symbolizing perseverance against all obstacles, will endure with Ban Amphur forever.
Art4Worth is an initiative by Buddharaksa Foundation to empower children from underprivileged communities by organizing lessons from celebrated artists to unlock their artistic talent.