Tighimo Ug Silhig Si Lola (Grandma Is The Broom Maker)

Tighimo Ug Silhig Si Lola (Grandma Is The Broom Maker)
Medium: Acrylic on Canvas
Size: 36 x 48 inches
Year: 2009
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In this captivating masterpiece by Jm Lisondra, titled "Tighimo Ug Silhig Si Lola," the artist skillfully captures the essence of a timeless tradition. The focal point of the painting is an elderly woman, gracefully aged between 60 to 80 years old, immersed in the age-old craft of broom making.

Under the protective shade of a towering bamboo tree, the elderly woman sits on a worn-out mat, surrounded by the raw materials of her trade. Wisps of dried palm leaves and slender twigs lie at her side, awaiting transformation into functional brooms. The earthy tones of the canvas convey the rustic charm of the scene, providing a warm backdrop for the vibrant palette of the artist's acrylic strokes.

The grandmother's weathered hands, expertly maneuvering through the palm fronds, tell a story of a lifetime dedicated to this ancient craft. Her face, etched with the lines of wisdom and experience, emanates a sense of quiet contentment as she weaves the broom's fibers together. The play of light and shadow enhances the contours of her face, emphasizing the strength and resilience that comes with years of hard work.

The 36x48-inch canvas allows for intricate details, enabling the viewer to appreciate the delicate nuances of the broom-making process. Lisondra's choice of acrylics adds a textured dimension to the painting, capturing the tactile nature of the palm materials used in the traditional craft.

As the viewer takes in the scene, they can almost hear the rustle of palm leaves and feel the gentle breeze under the bamboo tree. "Tighimo Ug Silhig Si Lola" not only celebrates the craftsmanship of the elderly broom maker but also invites the audience to reflect on the richness of cultural traditions passed down through generations. This poignant portrayal pays homage to the unsung heroes of rural life, whose simple yet profound acts contribute to the tapestry of our cultural heritage.

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