Posts Tagged ‘bali art’

JENGGALA - – quality handcrafted ceramic

Thursday, April 1st, 2010

Jenggala designs, manufactures and retails stoneware and porcelain ceramics and table-top accessories. Established in 1976, in Bali, Jenggala is the foremost producer of quality handcrafted ceramic ware in Indonesia. Jenggala is inspired by the quality of the hands-on-craftsmanship and the [ Read more ]

Religion - designs in the heart of Seminyak

Friday, January 8th, 2010

Religion designs have always enjoyed a decidedly hipster status – together with premium line Buddhist punk, this is defined rock star couture worn by rock stars. Now you don’t have to travel to a world capital to get your mitts on their studded, distressed and [ Read more ]

Ubud - Palaces

Wednesday, November 11th, 2009

In pre-colonial Bali, the palaces (or Puri) were the primary patrons of art, music, dance and literature. Although the old Balinese feudal system was superseded by the Dutch colonial government more than 80 years ago, the Royals (or Tjokordas) still retain an important role in Ubud’s [ Read more ]

Bali - Art and Craft

Friday, July 31st, 2009

Antiques The Balinese, generally speaking, have different understanding of the meaning of antique from the western view, which implies that something is genuinely older than 100 years. To the Balinese it simply means anything that looks old. So an Antique can be something brand new which has been [ Read more ]