‘Music Won’t Stop’ was actually one of the t-shirts I made previously here and remade it again with black paint on white t-shirt.. The concept of the t-shirt can be seen on that link :)
On the right is a Special Request from Iis S. who lives in Jakarta, she liked the design and wanted it on black t-shirt, I really like the result :D I hope Iis liked it as well :)
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With the help of my love, we managed to fill up the walls with my 12 babies… (Yes my paintings are my babies after all hehehe)
Based on the sketches I posted previously, these paintings had their own non conventional constructions, some with the usual canvas stretchers and others with the like of a kite stretcher, thanks to my love’s friend the painting construction became much neater than what I previously made
This little presentation was for seventh semester Studio Lukis VII (7th Painting Studies) examination which hopefully be my last Painting Studies Examination to get to the Last Project (Tugas Akhir).. I really hope I got a good grade… at least I’ve done my best…
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‘Jagalah Baliku’ Series - Protect my Bali, Design made and painted by Savitri Sastrawan, year 2012
Inspired by what’s going on in Bali lately, I just felt I had to make something to make people realise how fragile Bali can be..
Terinspirasi dengan apa yang terjadi di Bali belakangan ini, saya merasa harus membuat sesuatu yang bisa menyadarkan banyak orang bahwa Bali sekarang sedang rapuh..
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Jagalah Baliku - White - size L Man - RP 65.000
Jagalah Baliku #2 - White - Size L Man - RP 55.000
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Karena kaos dilukis, maka kaos akan dikirim 2 minggu sejak resmi dipesan
I might not paint that much on the 6th semester but for sure this 7th semester study, I didn’t leave what I love most
Yes, you name it, Balinese Dances
I must admit I have approached the Balinese dances in several ways but only this time I struggle because I had my steps, how should I say it, blocked? Basically they are sort of blocking what I would say my approach i.e. the question that is given to me by one lecturer during the mid test of this semester’s painting studies ‘Why leave the conventional if it’s good already?’ The problem is, Sir, I don’t want to approach it in the conventional way, so is it wrong to do it non-conventional way in this study? They say no… well.. I continued it anyway…
I made them floating.. which you will see it next… but in this one they are the sketches made from collages and more that became the source of the paintings you will see later on..
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another one from Freedom
I could never get enough of these photos right now, they’re just my best times :)
Bali Hindu teaches about Tri Hita Karana
So in here I pictured the three harmonic connection between human and God, human, environment.
I picked hands because we are suppose to be Tri Kaya Parisudha which is Three Holy Attitudes, not to speak, think and act bad.
Think about it, even though you think right and you speak right but in the end you don’t act right, it would just be the same. So everything goes down to the hands of the human. If a human thinks of something to develop and speak it and everybody agrees to it and wants to do it yet there’s no command from you, then that means your hands are not working.
because in the end of the day, your hands are the ones responsible.