Big Boss by Komang Suardiana
In this Big Boss, I paint an elephant and ducks where I describe these animals as an incident of socio-political life. An elephant is known as a big animal carrying a ball. As if he were a king who controls the game without being noticed. Primarily by the small people. Represented here by ducks. Who can only protest, make noise but have no way in participating in the game. ~ Komang Suardiana
Komang Suardiana is a contemporary painter that has grown amidst the richness of traditional art disciplines in Ubud. Immersed in the beauty of his culture and the contemporary fusions of tradition and foreign influences that is so well integrated in the Ubud community. As a result, his sharpened talents have grown with a unique depth. A sensitivity to both heritage and the present social issues that may be pivotal in the future.
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