Sunggingan Art in Purwa Srikandi Puppet of Surakartan Style

Dyna Prastiwi, Zulfi Hendri
2020 Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Arts and Arts Education (ICAAE 2019)   unpublished
This paper aims to describe the arts of tatah sungging (carving and decorating) in puppetry. Tatah sungging has become arts with high cultural value. Puppets, as one of the educational media, also have character values to teach. Up to now, a small portion of the community is still pursuing the practice of tatah sungging, and in terms of creation, there certainly exist forms of creative works that artists do. This research was conducted by using qualitative methods, and its data were obtained
more » ... ough leather puppet figures and craftsmen in Gogon Arts Center in Surakarta, Central Java, Indonesia. The identifying artistic features of Surakarta style Purwa leather puppets of Srikandi are depicted through their finely detailed shapes and harmonious (monochromatic) colors. The technique employed for crafting these arty leather puppets involves coloring with the precise brush strokes using acrylic paint.
doi:10.2991/assehr.k.200703.007 fatcat:ba5sxrnso5chtkvztg675qm6n4