Stephan Kotas is an eager learner of new things and loves to experiment with lightings and new techniques, such as tintype. Limited edition prints are available at Nyaman Gallery.
Tintypes are photographs made by creating a direct positive on a thin sheet of a metal coated with a dark lacquer or enamel and used as the support for photographic emulsion.
He is fascinated by the intricacy and originality of this early photography technique and is now exploring the possibilities it holds. See more images from the photographer on The Artist Page.
Feeling inspired by this strong shot of an Indonesian farmer by Yoga Raharja. Celebrating the archipelago’s diversities in cultures and rites, the photographer adorns Nyaman Gallery walls with print images of portraits, human in action, and cultural/religious ceremonies.
See more images from the photogrpher on The Artist Page.
A guest spends time at Nyaman Gallery enjoying beautiful and iconic photographs by Annie Leibovitz in a big-sized book.
Fauzi’s paintings at Nyaman Gallery invite the viewers to take the voyeur deep into bizzare world of his childhood, the complex father-and-son relationship, and intricate simplicity.
Read more about L. Fauzi and see more paintings on The Artist Page or visit our gallery in Seminyak, Bali.
Bam has been an illustrator and street artist since 2010. His artworks displayed at Nyaman Gallery are rich in colors and shapes, inviting the viewers to stop and explore his creative world.
See more arts on The Artist Page or visit our gallery in Seminyak, Bali
The paintings represented in Nyaman Gallery are Mersuka Dopazo`s work in collaboration with artist, fashion designer and close friend, Teresa Calderon. Both see their work as a “travelogue from the unexpected territory.”
Mersuka Dopazo is blessed with a vivid imagination and the drive to experiment with anything that falls in her hands. It is as if our artist wants to take us to see the world through a child`s eye, living life to the fullest and passionately appreciating every magical moment, all sorts of emotion, vibrant colors and shapes. See more on The Artist Page.
Celebrating the archipelago’s diversities in cultures and rites, Yoga Raharja adorns Nyaman Gallery walls with print images of portraits, human in action, and cultural/religious ceremonies.
Born and raised in Semarang, the capital of Central Java, Yoga Raharja moved to Bali after completing his formal education in 1995. Since then, the island and its distinctive culture keeps feeding his imaginative mind with endless colorful inspiration. Explore more about his images showcasing Indonesia’s traditional lifestyle on The Artist Page.
Showcasing Bali-based emerging local artists as well as uniquely talented and carefully curated international ones, Nyaman Gallery celebrates the diversity of arts, where the East engages with the West.
One of the gallery’s representing artists is Quint, a quiet young man from Jakarta, who was not born into an artistic family yet chosen by art. Originally enrolled in design school, at a point, he discovered the exhilaration and freedom of making art in public spaces.
Quint’s street art has fascinated passers-by along back alleys of Kuta and bustling streets of Seminyak. Each piece carries a message of love and features monochromatic, feminine figures flashing witty gestures.
For Nyaman Gallery, Quint’s artworks capture the spirit of street art – and his signature maidens on canvas.
“He is in love with life. His work is a true reflection of a dreamer, who never stops conjuring tricks with painting, colors and shapes. He is the conjurer of the soul.”
– Marie-Helene Grinfeder –
A former photographer turned painter, Jean-Michel Aucler`s deep love and passion for Asia, particularly Thailand, serve as a continued source of inspiration. Large displays of colors co-exists with vibrant lines on crumpled paper, symbolizing the artist`s inherent sense of harmony and balance.
Aucler`s work is both provocative and delicate, enchanting you into a dichotomy of the primeval and civilized worlds.
Aucler is a French artist who alternates his life and work in France with frequent travels to Asia, especially to Thailand and the island of Bali.
Inspired by his extensive travels, Aucler`s work forms a bridge between the Eastern and Western traditions.
Yoga Raharja was born and raised in Semarang, the capital or Central Java, and moved to the Island of the Gods after completing his formal education in 1995. He became interested in photography in 2005, when he began capturing images with an amateur pocket camera. Within a year, his hobby evolved into a lifelong passion. Yoga purchased his first SLR to delve deeper into the creative world of photography, and he has never looked back.