kampung naga dieniar watercolor lohagoods

I sketched this painting at Kampung Naga while surveying for Arsitektur Hijau.

Kampung Naga is so quiet with terraced rice fields as a source of their livelihood.

That afternoon the mothers were pounding rice in the middle huts of rice fields, next to a fast-flowing river.

This painting that I paint is one of the scenes I see when I stand in front of a local’s house.

In Kampung Naga, the locals like to raise chickens.

Some of them also sell their handicraft products such as bags and hats in their homes.

One of the house roofs that you see is called julang ngapak, which means flapping bird wings.

Every detail of houses in traditional villages such as Kampung Naga have their philosophical meaning.