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Many artists & galleries offer traditional & contemporary Balinese Art

Bali's legendary painters have been creating for over a century. Complex traditional canvasses capture the island's unique culture and are highly collectible. Bali's many talented painters also work with contemporary themes and styles. Bali features many shops and galleries where original art and reproductions of famous vernacular art can be purchased in a variety of price ranges.

Bali Galleries

Ewa Oceanic Sepik Art Gallery - Ubud, Bali

Ewa Oceanic Sepik Art Gallery

Ewa Oceanic Art Gallery is a collection of Tribal Art from the Sepik region of Papua New Guinea.

The gallery is a family owned space that has evolved over 30 years of explorations along the Sepik River. From master carvers to their apprentices, the art produced by the people of the Sepik are world class and hold an appeal that will capture most Tribal Art collectors and enthusiasts.

Ewa Gallery displays an ever changing array of art pieces, from masks, figures and adornments. Also available is fine handcrafted jewelry from gold and silver designed by the owners themselves incorporating antique material used by the New Guinea people over generations.

Visit Ewa Gallery to speak with Bianca or Francesca on all things tribal at Jalan Dewi Sita, Ubud, Bali.

For more information please email or visit
our website

Neka Art Museum – Sanggingan, Ubud, Bali

Neka Art Museum

Neka Art Museum is the best place on the island to enjoy high quality works of art created by Balinese, other Indonesian and foreign artists inspired by the culture, land and life of the island. The focus of collection is fine art inspired by Bali, but over the years the Neka Art Museum has expanded its scope to include other works from Indonesia to show the place of Balinese art within the wider national context.

Neka Art Museum, Jalan Raya Sanggingan Ubud
Phone : 0361 975 074
Admission Cost: IDR 50,000

The Blanco Renaissance Museum – Campuhan, Ubud

The Blanco Renaissance Museum Campuhan, Ubud

The Antonio Blanco museum, art gallery and grounds are home to the rich andwonderful works of art of an internationally celebrated family.The Blanco Renaissance Museum Campuhan, Ubud

On jungle land gifted by Ubud's grateful king, Antonio Blanco built his magnificent studio overlooking the Campuhan River. Today, his artist son Mario carries on the family tradition, with international exhibitions of his own work here and abroad and a growing reputation for a style quite different from his father.The flamboyant museum building, alive with the spirit of Antonio's native Spain, presents a fascinating collection of works drawn from his long career; in his studio, the maestro's last painting still standing unfinished on his easel. Members of the Blanco family provide personal tours, and the luxuriant gardens and family temple are tranquil points of contemplation.

Open 9am - 5pm. Tours, group bookings and special events welcomed. Ph: 62 (0) 361-975502.
Website: Email: Cnr Jl. Raya Ubud and Jl Raya Campuhan.

Tegun Folk Art Galeri – A Unique Bali Gift Shop – 44 Jln Hanoman, Ubud

Tegun Folk Art Galeri – A Unique Bali Gift Shop – 44 Jln Hanoman, Ubud Tegun Galeri brings together the concepts of a museum and a shop. The intriguing, ever-changing collection includes everything from primitive carvings to highly refined woodwork, textiles and other crafts.

Tegun Galeri is a certain cure to Bali Fatigue. Tegun, one of Ubud's largest and most varied shops, prides itself on offering to both wholesales and retail customers a starling array of unique Indonesian handicrafts and folk art. The Galeri, on Jalan Hanoman, is notable for its large doors and broads windows, both of each draw Ubud's many strollers into a shop. Once, inside, the knowledgeable staff are close at hand, available to field questions and handle specials requests while, at the same time, letting each shoppers explore the store at this or her own pace. This relaxing, "laid back" environment is a big asset to shoppers, and contrasts with the more hectic atmosphere in other stores on the island.

Meghan and Kadek, the owners of Tegun Galeri, travel constantly to distant corners of Indonesia and across South East and East Asia, in search of unusual and beautiful pieces of folk art.

For more information contact them on +62 361 973361, email or visit our website Tegun Folk Art Galeri -

Threads of Life Gallery – Sustaining Indonesia's Traditional Textile Arts

Threads of Life Gallery – Sustaining Indonesia's Traditional Textile Arts

Threads of Life sponsors the weaving of handmade ceremonial textiles, dyed with sustainably cultivated natural dyes, and crafted to a standard seen elsewhere only in museums. Threads of Life is a member of the World Fair Trade Organization ( and works directly with weavers groups across Indonesia creating an inter-island community within which the weavers can express their culture and make a living wage.

For more information please contact Threads of Life Gallery and workshops at Jalan Kajeng 24, Ubud
Tel: +62 361 972187, email or visit our website

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