Sandikala - Fine Artist

Sandikala

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Sandikala

Hong Kong, HK - Hong Kong

Sandikala - Fine Artist

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About Sandikala

www.sandikala.com is an Internet based art gallery that offers exclusively in original art and crafts from Bali with a strong focus on paintings. The gallery showcases fine art and crafts done by skilled Balinese artists and craftsmen.
Sandikala offers oil and acrylic on canvas paintings,carvings,silver and small Balinese objects of art.
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For information, please email to info@sandikala.com


Unveiling the Balinese Paintings

Prior to 1920’s, Balinese traditional paintings were restricted to two styles – Kamasan and Wayang, originated from Hindu-Javanese epics. Paintings were drawn on cloth or bark paper with natural dyes in red, ochre, black, etc. The rendering of the figures and ornamentations must follow strictly prescribed rules, since they were mostly produced for religious articles and temple hangings.
In the 1920’s, with the arrival of many western artists, Bali became an artist enclave for avant-garde artists like Walter Spies (German), Rudolf Bonnet (Dutch), Adrien-Jean Le Mayeur (Belgian), Arie Smit (Dutch) and Donald Friend (Australian). These artists played influential roles in changing the art forms in Bali, mainly in Ubud. Inspired by the works by Spies and Bonnet, who were credited for the modernization of traditional Balinese paintings, the Balinese paintings started to infuse with European painting concepts, which was completely new to the island. In addition, with Spies and Bonnet’s effort to stag a series of exhibitions and heavily promoted local art to collectors throughout the world, they made it it possible for some Balinese artists to earn an adequate living from their work.
In the 1930’s, one of the noted artists from Mexico, Miguel Covarrubias, found a major “liberating revolution” in Balinese art where local artists began to produce scenes from rural life like work in the rice fields, shopping in the marketplace, and bathing. The local painters developed increasing individuality, which was referred to as the Ubud style. This groundbreaking period of creativity reached a peak in the late 1930’s. The result was an explosion of individual expression that leads to the birth of the neo-traditional Balinese painting. The schools of neo-traditional Balinese painting include: Ubud, Batuan, Sanur, Young Artist and Keliki schools of painting.

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