Painted eggs Balinese

Indonesian artist-craftsman Wayan Sadra (Wayan Sadra) is engaged in professional painting eggs for the past seventeen years. And if it all started as a hobby, but now it is a large-scale business.

Each time, a few weeks before Easter, at Vaillant Sadra (Wayan Sadra) there is an impressive number of orders. Most of them come from Europe: The Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy and other countries. Eggs are laid in individual wicker box. The master does not just sell painted eggs, he also teaches his students the art. As he says Vaillant, it all started with the fact that the niece, who worked in one of the local hotels, his uncle asked to paint some eggs for the upcoming Easter, to refresh and to coincide with the holiday respeshn hotel.


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