‘Spirit of Banyan Tree’, Exhibition of Kamon Komatsu at ARMA Museum

‘Spirit of Banyan Tree’, Exhibition of Kamon Komatsu at ARMA Museum

Common people do not see trees as interesting object. It is different from Kamon Komatsu, an artist from Japan. He sees trees in Bali growing uniquely and interestingly. In addition to having typical trunk, its snaking posture looks very beautiful. “Being under a tree in Bali is peaceful because of radiating positive aura,” he said.

Common people do not see trees as interesting object. It is different from Kamon Komatsu, an artist from Japan. He sees trees in Bali growing uniquely and interestingly. In addition to having typical trunk, its snaking posture looks very beautiful. “Being under a tree in Bali is peaceful because of radiating positive aura,” he said.

Inspired by the uniqueness of trees in Bali, Kamon Kumatsu creates a highly creative work of art. He makes works of art (wood block print) like paintings with the object of big trees in the tourist area of ​​ Ubud. His painting style is quite different from paintings in general. Although the object is the same, his works can inspire people that see, chiefly the artists in Bali.

Dozens of the works of art are exhibited at the ARMA Museum, Ubud, on January 7-31, 2017. The exhibition with the theme ‘Spirit of Banyan Tree’ was opened by the Consul General of Japan in Bali. “I am amazed by the trees in Ubud. Other than being unique and beautiful, the aura is also different and has a power that can only be perceived by particular people,” said Kamon Komatsu, who diligently cares for the exhibition.

Title of his works includes the Masceti Beach, Dreams, Samuantiga I and Samuantiga II, Payangan, Gianyar town, Tumpek Uduh, Warung Tunon, Batanancak, Ngate Durga, Dragon CRY, House Building, At Sanggingan and The Cross.

Kamon Komatsu admitted that he observed trees in Bali for a long time when first traveled to Bali in 1999. Since then, he visits to the island almost every year. When being in Bali, he stays longer in Ubud. (BTN/015)

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