Having moved to Pattaya, Thailand in 2006, Groffman became enamored with Thai people and their culture. This move not only changed his way of life, and how he views the world around him, but it truly awakened a new spirit within the artist's work. Groffman's goal with these portraits is to genuinely portray Thai locals, and give a well-deserved nod to Eastern culture. Overall, Groffman's Thai portraits reflect an iconic shift in the subjects of his paintings, and showcase the seductive allure of Thailand and its people.
"Andrew Groffman depicts local Pattayian portraits as you would find them: hanging out chatting with farangs, sleeping seductively in bed, or getting a quick bite to eat on the street. He specializes in Pattaya's working girl, and has produced some stunning pop art portraits of beautiful behinds and bellies lit by the rising sunshine of the morning after."