Balinese Female Form(93 items)
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Fierce proud self love
Absolutely BEAUTIFUL. Thsi piece reminds me of my loving daughters. It is not the body, but what energy and feelings it portrays. Proud. Self awareness. Love. Happy. Fierce. At peace with oneself.
Perfect artwork !
I also bought The Flute Player by this talented artisan. Both pieces are impressive, beautifully hand carved, and perfect color as well. Thank you!
Beautiful camel pose sculpture
Elegantly proportioned carving of a woman in ustrasana pose. A beautiful piece of artwork. The carving is flawless.
Wayan Rendah Wood sculptures
The artistry of Wayan Rendah has been featured in numerous periodicals, including Sunset magazine. "It gives me great pleasure when one of my statues inspires somebody," the artist says.
"I was born in Bali on June 17, 1973. I am the oldest of seven children, in a family consisting of four brothers and three sisters. I started to learn to sculpt at the age of eight when I was still in primary school, learning... read more
Popular Balinese Female Form
Indonesian Merchant Woman Wood Sculpture from Bali Artisan, "Lady Merchant"$89.99
This handcrafted wood sculpture depicts a traveling female merchant in traditional costume, as might have been seen in Colonial-era Indonesia. Artisan Made Pastika of Bali carves the wood figurine by hand, and gives it an appealingly distressed finish.
Wood statuette, "Graceful Indah"$309.99
means "aesthetic" in Balinese, referring to the artful beauty of this statuette. A slender young woman kneels, arms stretched upwards as her hands strike a graceful pose. Nude contours seduce the viewer, accentuated by the sinewy grain of hand-carved suar wood. Presented by Wayan Rendah, this sculpture lends an intimate accent to any décor.
Signed Cultural Painting of an Indonesian Folk Tale (2019), "Jaka Tarub"$807.99
In the traditional Indonesian myth of "Jaka Tarub," a man, Jaka Tarub, happens upon a pond where a group of nymphs are bathing. He steals one of their clothes in a bid to become her husband. The nymph marries Jaka Tarub, but she discovers his deception years later, and flees back to her home with her clothes. Balinese artist Ida Ratna Ningrum paints this iconic scene in a realist style, depicting the group of beautiful nymphs bathing beneath a waterfall as Jaka Tarub steals their clothes in the distance.