Pannaphan Yodmanee (b. 1988) belongs to a new generation of Thai contemporary artists. She combines natural elements such as rocks, minerals together with mixed art media to create heavily textured abstract artwork. Her painting makes a reference to Buddhist philosophy and cosmology. She discusses human's natural phenomena of faith, loss, suffering and the cycle of life.
In 2016, Yodmanee participated in a group exhibition "Thailand Eye" in Saatchi Gallery, London. She had a solo exhibition in Art Stage Singapore and a group show in Yuz Museum in Shanghai in 2015. She earned the 1st prize in Bualuang award in 2013 and the Young Thai Artist award in 2007 and 2006.
Her work is collected by Yuz Museum, Shanghai.