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Wooden elephant sculptures appeared in batik art decoupage by Sanggar Peni reviews mystical culture

Tinuku ~ Wooden elephant sculpture by Peni studio present in decoupage art of batik into interior decoration to give the impression of unique and antique. The craftsmen carve wood with luxury finishing using batik techniques to give ethnic accents.

Sanggar Peni galleries displaying works of batik art which is implemented in miniature statue of elephant-shaped ethnic and artistic impression. The elephant is one of the famous Javanese Hindu god who has degree as a god of knowledge, intelligence, protective, disaster prevention and wisdom.

Tinuku Wooden elephant sculptures appeared in batik art decoupage by Sanggar Peni reviews mystical culture

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In general symbol of the elephant symbolizes power and strength of libido. The elephant as pillar and support of the universe and the vehicle ridden by kings and queens of Srivijaya dynasty in mystical procession in Southeast Asia. In medieval times the elephant symbolizes moderation, immortality and love.

Elephant figure imaged in various wide variations and different patterns that change from time to time. Sometimes portrayed standing, dancing, acting bravely against the devil, mingle with the family as a boy, sitting on the bottom or in state of being nice.

Elephant ornaments found along the Indonesian archipelago in large numbers, often beside Shiva temples. The elephant god appears in Mahayana Buddhism, as well as a giant form. The image appears in Buddha statues during the final period of the Gupta empire pictured dancing.

As statues in temple, there is broken tusk on the right and some on the left. The artist describes it in the sitting posture and has several variations, such as standing with both feet and stand on one leg.

Tinuku Wooden elephant sculptures appeared in batik art decoupage by Sanggar Peni reviews mystical culture

Tinuku.com Wooden elephant sculptures appeared in batik art decoupage by Sanggar Peni reviews mystical culture

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Gods are obese so popular in every domain of cultural sects. Head and big ears in order to listen more to others. The mouth is small and almost invisible because of the closed trunk to control the motion of the mouth and tongue, reducing the useless conversation. While proboscis protruding symbolizes efficiency and high adaptability.

Statue of elephant giving an elegant shape, curved trunk and ivory motif striking. The influence of ancient elements in the arrangement of the depiction of the elephant can still be observed in the depiction of contemporary with lots of variety and adapt based on the situation and location.
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