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Nina Vichayapai

Nina Vichayapai is a Northwest-based artist who uses fabric as a language to reveal how surroundings embody humankind. Through hand-stitched textiles, her work addresses the important role of homemaking to establish belonging within the American landscape.

Hanging sculpture made of fabric and seed paper in the shape of a raining cloud.


Artist Nina Vichayapai explores the intersection between humans, the environment, survival, and innovation.


Her work has been shown nationally and locally with institutions such as the Wing Luke Museum, the Henry Art Gallery, and the Bellevue Art Museum. She has been an artist in residence with Caldera, Inscape Arts and Cultural Center, Rockland Woods, and Centrum. She has also been the recipient of several public and private commissions including with Meta Arts, Homes for Good, Lake Sammamish State Park, and the Cities of Redmond and Ellensburg.

Born in Bangkok, Thailand, she graduated from the California College of the Arts with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2017. Nina currently lives in the Pacific Northwest and when she is not making art she can be found making large batches of soup, cozying up with a second-hand book, or trail running in the rain.

Courtesy of Nina Vichayapai