Sam Karuna's Fine Art Batik Training Center is the first of
its kind. Established in 1989, Sam Karuna's Training Center is
a training ground for excellence for professional artists and
art enthusiasts who would like to explore the artistic language
of fine art batik.
well-known artist, Sam Karuna now shares his skills and talents
in fine art batik through a specially designed training program
to enhance individual creativity and allow it to flow from the
Sam Karuna's training program is suitable for those who have
an interest and keen eye in fine art batik i.e. from an artist
with a passion for art to a novice with no basic knowledge of
program is personally conducted by the Master himself who has
developed his own techniques to rejuvenate this traditional art
form. The program enables students to get an insight into the
processes and techniques involved in mastering the strokes of
fine art batik.
training program is conducted in an informally structured study
environment. Students are able to study and interact with their
colleagues in a pleasant and friendly learning environment while
grasping the intricacies and magic of fine art batik painting.
The course is conducted over 3 months, and 3 hours per session once a week in a workshop
style with personalized and individual attention for every student.
Each class has not more than 15 students, thus allowing students
to receive the highest standard of teaching based on Sam's talents
and renowned expertise.
thoroughness of Sam's teaching ensures that students develop a
significant depth of understanding, enhance their artistic flexibility
and motivate enthusiastic art students.
RM 1,500.00 for 3 months, inclusive painting materials.
OF TRAINING PROGRAM
The training program for fine art batik is designed to provide
students with a significant understanding of this inherently different
style of painting. Much thought has gone into the planning of
the training program to allow students to master the skills of
fine art batik. These include:
Combining techniques to creative responses
2) Wax removal between dyeing and oven-dyeing techniques.
3) Direct dye application technique
4) Wax etching and wax printing.
5) Marbling and web-like crackle
6) Understanding and control of color
7) Dry Dye painting technique
final part of the course involves students being taught to paint
"still life"subjects in the fine art batik style of
painting. Here, students will be guided a choice to paint subjects
of their interest from landscapes, seascapes, wildlife and figures
to contemporary art and others. At the end of the training program,
students will be able to express their inner thoughts and feelings
and convey the messages in their fine art batik paintings.
advance prior to the commencement of the training program.