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Mentioned Emotions

Four Members of Bali International Women's Association in an Exhibition of Watercolors at the Ganesha Gallery January 20-31, 2011.


(1/3/2011)

The Bali International Women's Association (BIWA) is one of Bali oldest and best known philanthropic organizations. With a membership composed of local and expatriate women, BIWA funds local health, education and relief projects through bazaars and other fund-raising activities organized over the course of the year.

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An exhibition by four local artists at Ganesha Gallery suggests there are other rich facets to BIWA's diverse membership worthy of our attention.

"Mentioned Emotions" is a collection of watercolor paintings by four artistically accomplished BIWA members:

• Mala James - an Indonesian member from Lampung, Sumatra presents dynamic images of animals and events, including a cock fight entitled "Love and Anger" and "On Fire" a powerful representation of flames rushing through a forest.

• Yus Martini - the second Indonesian member in the current exhibition, also explores natural themes via "Collapsed" showing the shed petals of a lotus flower or "Unpredictable" depicting a misty forest scene. Also at ease with more abstract renderings, "No Answer Yet" is Yus' swirling free-form exploration of the watercolor medium. Yus also deserves credit for organizing the small group of artists now exhibiting at the Ganesha Gallery.

• Gaye Warren - originally from England, has formally studied botanical drawing. "Clash of Stallions" sees Warren presenting two male zebras engaged in a battle of supremacy.

• Patricia Jamieson - who came to Bali from Ireland, has undertaken studies in art and design, a fact reflected in "Introspection Series" – a collection of paintings depicting mysterious women.

The current group of BIWA painters is a continuance of a group founded in 1996 by for BIWA member and Australian Linda Phanekham, and later taught by one of Indonesia's leading aquarellists – Agus Budianto.

Mentioned Emotions

Watercolors by Gaye Warren, Mala James, Patricia Jamieson and Yus Martini

Ganesha Gallery at Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay

Open Daily – January 20 – 31, 2011.


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