Carved Antlers

I’m also pleased to highlight several exquisitely carved deer antlers. They are collected from a friend here in the Philadelphia area, a local bow hunter, and I carry them halfway around the world to be transformed into works of art. In the village of Tampaksiring, Bali, Nyoman Arta is just one of the fine artists that use small Dremel tools and bits to carve intricate designs into the natural material. The more carefully you look at the carved antler, the more you see, with all images flowing together while they follow the natural curves of the antlers. When finished, each piece is totally unique and beautiful beyond belief.



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An Indonesian Special Liwetan Dinner & Fund Raiser!

Thursday, December 5th share a delicious meal in a truly special Indonesian tradition of a communal Liwetan dinner of local dishes prepared with love by our friends Pecel Ndeso. Most importantly, half of the ticket cost will help with legal aid for our dear friends, an Indonesian family devastated by an ICE raid. Pre-registration is required. $40 per person, but reserve quickly: seating is very limited. -
Indonesian Cooking Demo & Feast

On November 19th owners of Pecel Ndeso Catering will teach how to make a few delicious favorites from their Javanese traditions.  We’ll then dine together on an Indonesian feast prepared to delight the senses. Pre-registration is required: $25 per person, very limited seating, call the show to register.

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