'Crazy Painting' - Pandi (I Nyoman Sutaria) (2009)
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Colour-filled images of fantastical creatures along with birds, snakes, rabbits, beautiful women in yoga poses - all images of Balinese reality and folklore combined in this one abstract painting. This 'Crazy Painting' was created in 2009 in Bali during the filming of 'Eat, Pray, Love' with Julia Roberts. Can you spot her in this work? Acrylic on stretched canvas, unframed.
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About the Artist: I Nyoman Sutarja better known as Pandi (1980 - ), artist from Ubud, Bali - Indonesia. Pandi is an inspiring self-taught artist with the flare of Picasso and the unrestrained creativity of Jean-Michel Basquiat. He paints birds in all his compositions as a symbol of freedom and peace and because of his family's relationship of trust with these creatures when he was growing up. Pandi's art is a manifestation of his freedom of expression with bright colours, lines, shapes and figures that know no bounds. His style and spirit reflect the innocence of a child with simple but elegant artworks that communicate a sense of joy and harmony.
Stretched canvas, unframed.
H 120 cm
W 144 cm