Bali Carvings Photos

What was once an art for carving temple figures & offerings has now evolved into a renowned art industry.

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Carved gate into courtyard at Denpasar Museum. Bali, Indonesia.Elaborately carved gate at Denpasar Museum. Bali, Indonesia.Carved gate with five levels of decoration at Denpasar Museum. Bali, Indonesia.Carved gate leading to idol at a home temple. Bali, Indonesia.
Carved gate into courtyard at Denpasar Museum. Bali, Indonesia.Elaborately carved gate at Denpasar Museum. Bali, Indonesia.Carved gate with five levels of decoration at Denpasar Museum. Bali, Indonesia.Carved gate leading to idol at a home temple. Bali, Indonesia.
Carved rocks over entrance to a temple in a cave called Goa Gajah. Bali, Indonesia.Artist finishing a wood carving. Bali, Indonesia.Master carver works on art for which island is famous. Bali, Indonesia.Woman working on a wood carving. Bali, Indonesia.
Carved rocks over entrance to a temple in a cave called Goa Gajah. Bali, Indonesia.Artist finishing a wood carving. Bali, Indonesia.Master carver works on art for which island is famous. Bali, Indonesia.Woman working on a wood carving. Bali, Indonesia.
Simple carvings of sacred frogs. Bali, Indonesia.Carvings on a tree stump. Bali, Indonesia.Carved wooden temple guardian. Bali, Indonesia.Carving of man with fighting cock & typical basket. Bali, Indonesia.
Simple carvings of sacred frogs. Bali, Indonesia.Carvings on a tree stump. Bali, Indonesia.Carved wooden temple guardian. Bali, Indonesia.Carving of man with fighting cock & typical basket. Bali, Indonesia.
Bangli temple carved serpent of Pura Kehen. Bali, Indonesia.Carved face of Pura Taman Ayun temple at Mengwi. Bali, Indonesia.Carved guardian with flower offering of Pura Taman Ayun temple at Mengwi. Bali, Indonesia.Carved elephant statue at a temple. Bali, Indonesia.
Bangli temple carved serpent of Pura Kehen. Bali, Indonesia.Carved face of Pura Taman Ayun temple at Mengwi. Bali, Indonesia.Carved guardian with flower offering of Pura Taman Ayun temple at Mengwi. Bali, Indonesia.Carved elephant statue at a temple. Bali, Indonesia.
Carvings at Denpasar Museum. Bali, Indonesia.Antique carvings at Denpasar Museum. Bali, Indonesia.Traditional carving moves in modern direction. Bali, Indonesia.Detail of quality new but traditional carvings. Bali, Indonesia.
Carvings at Denpasar Museum. Bali, Indonesia.Antique carvings at Denpasar Museum. Bali, Indonesia.Traditional carving moves in modern direction. Bali, Indonesia.Detail of quality new but traditional carvings. Bali, Indonesia.
Monsters carved in stone. Bali, Indonesia.Winged carving stands over offering of rice cakes. Bali, Indonesia.Moss covered elephant carving with flower offerings behind ears. Bali, Indonesia.Carving in need of orthodontist. Bali, Indonesia.
Monsters carved in stone. Bali, Indonesia.Winged carving stands over offering of rice cakes. Bali, Indonesia.Moss covered elephant carving with flower offerings behind ears. Bali, Indonesia.Carving in need of orthodontist. Bali, Indonesia.
Fanciful carvings which define Bali. Bali, Indonesia.Carving of head decked with flowers. Bali, Indonesia.Carving of god with two raised hands. Bali, Indonesia.Carved multihanded god over winged garuda at house of a prince. Bali, Indonesia.
Fanciful carvings which define Bali. Bali, Indonesia.Carving of head decked with flowers. Bali, Indonesia.Carving of god with two raised hands. Bali, Indonesia.Carved multihanded god over winged garuda at house of a prince. Bali, Indonesia.
Moss covered carving at Denpasar Museum. Bali, Indonesia.Carving of a god riding an elephant. Bali, Indonesia.Two winged guardians form stair railings. Bali, Indonesia.Roadside shop selling wood carvings. Bali, Indonesia.
Moss covered carving at Denpasar Museum. Bali, Indonesia.Carving of a god riding an elephant. Bali, Indonesia.Two winged guardians form stair railings. Bali, Indonesia.Roadside shop selling wood carvings. Bali, Indonesia.

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