An artist of Thai heritage, the Eastern elements to Kachacheewa's works are intricate and woven seamlessly into his divertive style. Thai art has long held a tradition of two dimensional depictions where primary elements are kept isolated through the use of transformative space. Using as his canvas of composition, the artist then creates his imagery in distinctly Western styles, with his dark green foliage bringing to mind the fantastic worlds of Rousseau, and his patterned segmentation ringing clearly of Pop technique. The resulting meld is a stunning aesthetic that carries a porcelain sheen of delicate perfection while still carving out contours of a determined brush stroke. Kachacheewa reinvents older forms, bringing them into the present. He achieves the surrealist aim of making the familiar seem foreign, in part by making surrealism itself seem novel and excitingly strange.