Komaneka Fine Art Gallery, Ubud, at all times has intriguing art display and many reasons to attract visitors. The current works on display are several best photographs by Darwis Triadi highlighting the beauty of light and brush strokes in the movement of naked women. They are not vulgar, but featuring the object of female nude photograph in aesthetical perspective.
Those women’s photographs were shot in a variety of expressions and gestures. The works were very nice and alluring, both in terms of lighting and the angle of object capturing. Real beauty of the photographs emerges from the deepest sense of the enjoyers, no matter whether they are women or men. Naturally, the visitors dominated by the lineup of artists and tourists can only nod when observing various arts taking advantage of the photographic media.
At least, there are 22 fine art photographs and 7 paintings composed by Widodo Sunarko jazzing up the gallery strategically situated at Ubud Village. The exhibition entitled “Light and Strokes in Motion” was officially opened by Pande Wayan Suteja Neka as founder of Neka Museum and Nyoman Gunarsa as Chairman of the Bali Museum Association (HIMUSBA), on Sunday (May 6) and would last until May 20. (BTN/015)