Her powerfully rendered paintings of Indonesian wooden puppets or Wayan Golek took Jakarta's art community by storm in 2003. Later, a solo exhibition at the Alila Ubud Gallery in May of this year - Painting my Soul left Bali-based collectors calling for "more."
Gifted Indonesian artists Sasya Tranggono is back for another triumphant one-woman show -"Precious Moments" at Jenggala Keramik Bali running from Friday, November 26, 2004 through January 6, 2005.
Unlike Sasya's previous exhibitions, the Jenggala Keramik show is a presentation of paintings from her entire art career. She will be exhibiting a variety of subjects and themes, including wooden puppets, flowers and butterflies.
A portion of the proceeds of the sales from the current exhibition will be donated to the Jakarta Breast Cancer Foundation.
The exhibition is open daily (excluding holidays) at Jenggala Keramik in Jimbaran.
For more information call ++62-(0361-703310.
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