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Theo Zantman’s Colors of Bali

The Bridges restaurant is proud to show the work of the talented Dutch artist who has been painting actively in Bali since 2001. The exhibition is launched on 19 July and will run until 31 October 2013.

Zantman’s colourful and expressive art is strongly inspired by the intensity and the beauty of the colors in Bali’s nature. He has spent a lot of time in the kampongs of the northern part of the island, painting his series of daily village life and of the sawahs, demonstrating his strong connection to this beautiful island.

(c) Bridges

Colors of Bali by Theo Zantman

According to Arie Smith - the renown master of color and composition –  Theo Zantman is a highly original artist and one of the very few painters alive who have the ability to feel and to paint the atmosphere of Bali with talent and authenticity. bridges is proud to show the work of this exceptional artist. To celebrate the launch on 19 July, 4-7pm, we have planned a Balinese DIVINE Friday: Drinks, music, complimentary canapés, dance and Rindik performance. Meet the artist, explore his work. 20% of the proceeds donated to the John Fawcett Foundation whose representatives will join us as well for this special event.

Read more on the exhibition: www.bridgesbali.com/theo-zantman.php

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Two Faces of Bali – Photography and Mask Exhibition at Bridges in Ubud April 19 – July 14, 2013

In support of Bali Kids, the work of two talented artists – Jayesh Madhoo and I Wayan Muka will be exhibited at Bridges in Ubud starting from Friday, April 19, 2013.

The exhibition will run until July 14, 2013.

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Two Faces of Bali is an exhibition of photography and traditional Balinese masks. “We are delighted to have Jayesh and I Wayan Muka exhibiting their work together at bridges. The stunning photos and fascinating masks are showing two different arts how Bali’s profound significance is explored,” said Claude Chouinard, founder of Bridges. 

South African-born photographer Jayesh Madhoo captures touching moments of beauty and variety in the daily life of Bali. The exhibition shows the photographer’s initial steps on a journey into the realms of discovery regarding the rites, rituals and customs of Balinese people’s culture and traditions. The photography on display at bridges is a multifaceted burst of colorful faces of Bali, in portraits, flowers or ceremonial artifacts.

Mask maker I Wayan Muka studied mask making with many Balinese masters. The works of this exceptional mask carver are incredibly artistic and intricate. Muka enjoys making his masks come alive and will demonstrate this on the opening night of the exhibition.

Bridges supports the charity foundation Bali Kids by donating 20% of the proceeds of the sales of art from this exhibition.

Bali Kids is an inspirational support organization established in 2005 that helps sick and orphaned children in Bali. Every year Bali Kids reaches out to more than 7,000 disadvantaged children providing health education, including a wide range of medical services, such as expert treatment for children who are HIV+.

Bali Kids aims to become the best program in Bali assisting poor children to access quality medical treatment and health education.

(www.balikids.org)

To welcome the Two Faces of Bali Exhibition a special opening night launch has been prepared by Bridges Bali that will incorporate music and dance

For more details contact [Email Hani]  or telephone ++62-(0)361-2120095.

TWO FACES OF BALI – Photography and Mask Exhibition

Bridges Bali 
Jl. Raya Campuhan, Ubud, Bali
Telephone. +62-(0)361-970095
Friday, April 18 2013
5:00-7:30 pm
Exhibition runs until July 14, 2013

RSVP +62-(0)361-970095

[Exhibition Website]
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