bridges is proud to present the work of two very special Balinese artists on its walls; pencil drawing artist Ketut Susana and photographer Wayan Aksara. Explore the works on all levels of the restaurant and wine bar until 31 December 2015. Opening hours: daily 11:00 – 23:00.
Pencil drawing artist
Ketut Susana creates magic with his pencil. He inspires through the amazing technique and intricate detail in his work and transfers photographs into mesmerizing visuals, mostly in colour but also in black and white. View profile
Wayan Aksara has always had a passion for arts and spirituality and it clearly shows in his photos. Through his lens we get to see glimpses of the life in Bali, the ceremonies as well as day the everyday life. View profile
As with every exhibition, we are bridging for the less fortunate and support two good causes by donating 20% of the selling price to:
Ketut Susana’s school for handicapped children, dedicated in realising the potential of children with disabilities. Each student is nurtured based on the individual capabilities. The money will be used for art materials and other equipment for the students. For more details, visit slbnbangli.sch.id
I Komang Adi
I Komang Adi is 20 years old. He has cerebral palsy and is taken care of by his mother and two sisters. He makes a living by selling gifts to visitors to his village in Tenganan. He is supported by Wayan Askara. The funds will be used to enable I Komang Adi to cover his medical care and living expenses.