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Wood Statuette, 'Daydreamer'

Item # 39857
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Head in her hands, a girl stretches out to daydream. Wayan Rendah portrays the lissome girl in suar wood, as she lazily moves her leg in time to imagined music. Nubile and lovely, she wears her hair in a chic ponytail. Made in Indonesia.

  • Each artwork is unique -- wood grain, color, and pattern will differ slightly from picture
  • Signed by the artist
  • 15.6" W x 6.3" H x 2.6" D
  • Weight: 0.7 lb
  • Suar wood
  • Offered in partnership with NOVICA, in association with National Geographic.

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Artisan: Wayan Rendah

Artisan Wayan Rendah

"I started to learn to sculpt at the age of eight when I was still in primary school, learning from my father how to carve traditional statues from wood. Balinese woodcarving touches me very deeply. I have learned a variety of arts in Bali, such as gamelan dance, but carving a piece of wood gives me an incomparable sensation.

"At first, I sold my statues to the sellers in the art market and at small shops. After I finished school, I studied with Wayan Purna so as to have a stronger foundation to build upon, because even at a young age I knew that what I wanted was to be able to create the ideas I had in my head. But to do this I needed more experience, and the tools and material I needed were beyond my financial reach.

"As time went by, I was able to bring out my ideas by selecting different types of wood and concentrating on the themes that could satisfy my creative desires. Exploring the abstract world refreshes my mind in creating new carvings. The mind and inspiration are two amazing things that encourage me to create special works of art."

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