As standard, these Paintings are offered without a frame and are sold in
Batik is a crafted fabric that needs to undergo the delicate and repeated process of waxing, dyeing and boiling.
Wax is used as a mean of color blocking in the coloring process. Every part of the fabric that remains untouched by a certain color has to be covered with wax. There are also several sub-processes like preparing the cloth, tracing the designs, stretching the cloth on the frame, waxing the area of the cloth that does not need dyeing, preparing the dye, dipping the cloth in dye, boiling the cloth to remove wax and washing the cloth in soap.
Some paintings have an additional option of having them mounted onto a
Stretch Frame, which makes it ready for hanging directly onto the wall.
fabric is painted with wax and then dipped in dye, where ever the wax is
painted it resists the dye. For each color, the fabric is waxed and dyed
using traditional tajanting tools.
I have used modern dyes with my own experiment to get these kind of
vibrant colors. I left the black border around the art so you can decide
your own method of display Options that I have used with batiks in the past
include framing, stretch – utilizing a wooden dowel to create a wall
hanging, you can make a batik quilt even, and use as end table runners.
If you need to know more about the details of the art please contact me.