Shafina getting up close and personal with her subject
Again getting up close and personal but not her choice.
Joshua getting jiggy with it with one of the exhibits.
Interactive display, requires glove to handle precious artwork.
Taking a moment to catch her breath as we visited the Rumah Penghulu.
Walking back to the carpark amidst a lush canopy of trees.
Shafina, Joshua, Kenmin and co as well as yours truly had a little stint a while ago to Rimbun Dahan. I must thank Shafina for letting us on to this gem of a place and during our visit there, the owner was having an art exhibition entitled Superstar: Art for Nature in collaboration with the World Wildlife Fund. Even without the great gallery, the place was an art piece in itself, beautifully styled in architecture, a blend of modern design embracing nature and an art haven for artists to carry out their hard work. Amidst cascading waterfalls, large pool areas with lotus in bloom, quarky and retro art pieces in every corner and greenery was everywhere, not to mention the free ranging four legged fur balls that roam at will all around. The great spice garden was also an attraction with its myriad plants and Balinese inspired sculptures. The artwork on display were great, I believe a lot of talented artists are found in Malaysia and contributing their art and effort towards conservation is another plus point that shows we care.
Rusted spider mobile near the pond area of Rimbun Dahan
The world's longest roti canai
Living area and pool at Rimbun Dahan
Peaceful art, found within the garden compounds, Rimbun Dahan
Kinetic art mobile
Balinese statue at the spice garden, Rimbun Dahan
Lilies, Rimbun Dahan
Beauty in death, decaying lotus pad, Rimbun Dahan
Blooming lotus, Rimbun Dahan
Lillies in pond, Rimbun Dahan
Moss covered gargoyle, Rimbun Dahan