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Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Batik Painting Workshop at 1Utama


Batik Painting
In conjuction with the upcoming Hari Raya Puasa which end the Muslim fasting month, Krangkraf had organised a Batik Painting Workshop at One Utama Shopping Centre. It's a showcase of colors and a test of participants' talent with color mixing and steady hands.  Malaysian Batik mostly originated from East Coast of the Peninsula Malaysia namely Kelantan, Terengganu and Pahang but now it's normal to see batik wear by local and tourist.

According the generous Cik Shida of Krangkraf, Batik Painting is an annual event at One Utama before the Hari Raya festival. It's a way to make known to the public and tourist on how Malaysian Batik are made beside having the hand-on experience of painting the batik.

Based on my personal observation, batik painting also foster a teamwork amongst family members and closer bond of family life. Kids just love the painting experience though they may dirty their hands in the process.

Participants at the Batik painting Workshop

Full Concentration


Delicate and detail touch



Young participant



Adam, the MC for the day trying his hand at batik painting.


Talented Young Painter

Participants' Supporters


Talented young Batik Painter with her masterpiece.

He missed colored the fish's eyes - drunken fish.

Last touch by one of the participant

The Batik Painting works of the participants.

Shida, an organiser from Krangkraf.
Cik Shida, thank you for the information and the photos. You have done a great job.

Wish all muslims 'Selamat Hari Raya'.

 

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