Driftwood processing businesses have a niche market overseas. Kalianget village, Seririt, Buleleng, has been tapping into this niche market locally by turning driftwood into a chairs, tables, lampshades, for villas and hotel properties.
Only few people are taling advantage of the driftwood left on beaches by turning into into maketable products.. Driftwood furniture is made by following the natural curves of the wood with the designs based on the requests of consumers. By and large, it is made into chairs and tables ordered by villas and hotels for interior decoration because it offers a very classical apperance.
All this time, the performing arts always present the results of creativity process. However, it is different from this performing art where what showed to the audience is precisely the creativity process. More interestingly, the players in this case serving as the creators of the arts consisting of the artists of cross generations such as senior artists, college students to rural children meet together to cultivate the flavor in the art creativity.
FIVE famous artists are showcasing their works at Bale Banjar Bali Global Shankara, Sanur. The abstract painting exhibition entitled “Grabbing Wind” opened on Satruday April 25th., with performances and words about wind and abstract painting. I Ketut Agus Murdika, I Kadek Darma Negara, I Komang Trisno Adi Wirawan, I Made Kenak Dwi Adnyana and Tien Hong’s paintings, all use formal elements such as line, color and shape to inspire the imaginations of those who view their works.
His painting is typical and alluring. Dozens of paintings by the artist I Gusti Nyoman Widnyana are exhibited at the Emmitan CA Gallery Surabaya. His solo exhibition taking the theme “The Island of the Gods in the Eyes of Gung Man as a Balinese Hindu” displays his own paintings made during the period of 1999-2014. At that time, it was also launched a book about Gung Man and his paintings by the curator Wahyudin.
Hendro Tan as the organizer and owner of the Emmitan CA Gallery said that all the paintings on display depicted the progress of the painter Gung Man who was born in Bali. His paintings typically tell stories about Bali because it is made from religious point of view as a devout Balinese Hindu. The exhibition took place from April 19 to May 3, 2015.
Gung Man painting the nature of Bali is not just expressing what he has been seen, but also what he has felt. Indeed, in that way he can express his emotions more freely and bring a sense of beauty that has been stored in his subconscious. In his painting, the composition on offer seems free, so that it is not uncommon. However, it is best favored by people. Slicing of the objects is so bold in his paintings, so that it looks unique and spectacular. Similarly, the paint color brushed onto canvas field looks very free, but remains under control.
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