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Sri Pramono

Sri Pramono

Pramono is a nature-loving individual with a strong sense of social responsibility. His work translates the problem that is faced by humanity and nature. His paintings feature the negative impact on nature due to human neglect, over exploitation and how that influences life on a global level.

In his teens social humanity problem had his attention. One of his favourite role models is Soe Hok Gie. Soe Hok Gie a young idealist, nationalist and an avid environmentalist was also a famous figure in Indonesia. He life tho short lived from 1942 till 1969, made an impact on Pramono’s life. Soh Hok Gie, breathed his last whilst hiking a volcanic Mount Semeru. This was the inspiration behind some of his paintings that uses volcanic ash, such as IQRO.

Through his artworks he also asks the people, what will happen to the next generation? His strokes tell a story of how human actions/inactions damages earth and upsets the delicate balance. That’s how much nature means to him, it further driven him to be a mountaineer and feeds him inspiration. He also shares his love with the like minded. He organizes outdoor activities for anyone who needs training and guidance for mountain climbing, rock climbing and hiking.

Sri Pramono

Born: Kulonprogo, 2 February 1976
Studied: Bachelor of economics and graphic design

Pramono is a nature-loving individual with a strong sense of social responsibility. His work translates the problem that is faced by humanity and nature. His paintings feature the negative impact on nature due to human neglect, over exploitation and how that influences life on a global level.

In his teens social humanity problem had his attention. One of his favourite role models is Soe Hok Gie. Soe Hok Gie a young idealist, nationalist and an avid environmentalist was also a famous figure in Indonesia. He life tho short lived from 1942 till 1969, made an impact on Pramono’s life. Soh Hok Gie, breathed his last whilst hiking a volcanic Mount Semeru. This was the inspiration behind some of his paintings that uses volcanic ash, such as IQRO.

Through his artworks he also asks the people, what will happen to the next generation? His strokes tell a story of how human actions/inactions damages earth and upsets the delicate balance. That’s how much nature means to him, it further driven him to be a mountaineer and feeds him inspiration. He also shares his love with the like minded. He organizes outdoor activities for anyone who needs training and guidance for mountain climbing, rock climbing and hiking.

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