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2014 The 5th China-ASEAN International Wood Culture Forum
报 告 人：Gusti Putu Armada, Ak
Indonesian Community Forestry AssociationAbstract:
A brief history of the Balinese wood carving art form. The history of Balinese wood carving can be traced back hundreds of years Balinese art, as a whole, is of Hindu-Javanese origin. The art forms there began as a result of artisans from the Majapahit Kingdom who expanded to the Balinese territory in the 13th century. The village of Kamasan, Klungkung became the center for classical Balinese art during the sixteenth century, and remained as such until the twentieth century, when new kinds of art developed in the region.
Woodcarving has a very long history in Bali. At the Elephant Cave (Goa Gajah) near Bedulu, Gianyar - elaborate Buddhist style carvings cover the entrance near the cave. This carving dates to 9th Century. Woodcarvings are largely links to religious tradition and Pura (small private temples) in Balinese home.
The influence of Hindu style traditional carving was completed in 13th to 14th centuries when Bali became Majapahit colony. The old Balinese carving were constrained by tradition - mainly producing Gods, Goddesses and Demons figure. 个人简介：
Gusti Putu Armada, Ak先生是一位企业家，他也是巴厘岛Buleleng Regency地区小艺术家产业协会的主席，同时，还担任印度尼西亚林业企业家社区协会主席。自2000年，他成立了自己的家具制造公司，开始接受订单并在巴厘岛全境销售家具产品。他还积极参与林木种植的活动，用自己的行动来为巴厘岛木材的可持续性做出努力。
Mr. Gusti Putu Armada, Ak is entrepreneur, and also the chairman of the Industry Association of Small Artisans, Buleleng Regency and the chairman of the Indonesian Community Forestry Association of Entrepreneurs, Republic of Indonesia. He had started establish own company which producing furniture since 2000 and make product by order, and they sold at entire of Bali.Than as a producer, he also do timber planting activities, in order to prepare for the continuity of the ability wood raw material at Bali.