Balinese master carver Nyoman Subrata transforms suar wood into a sculpture worthy of admiration. Working with manual tools, Subrata reveals the presence of a beautiful woman wearing a traditional dance crown.
Subrata's attention to detail is evident in the vivid facial features and the ornate crown, as well as her frangipani earrings and long hair.
The sculpture has the option to be displayed on the wall by adding a rope or string (not included).
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- Hand-crafted item! Color and/or woodgrain may slightly differ from pictures.
- 9.5" H x 6.75" W x 2.4" D
- Shipped from Montreal
Meet the artisan ...
The artistry of I Nyoman Subrata has been featured in dozens of periodicals in Asia, Europe, and the U.S., and on PBS television.
"My brother belonged to a group of master carvers in Bali who worked side-by-side for decades. Now, 28 years later, this woodcarving group still exists and I am its elected leader... read more
Cher Nyoman Subrata,
Les mots me manquent devant tant de beauté. On dirait de la dentelle. Magnifique et inspirant.