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Incorporating pointillist techniques, artist Nyoman Tomblos creates a vivid landscape in a verdant acrylic palette. The farm scene he deftly renders is typical of the town of Kelusa, near Ubud in Bali.
An artist, according to Tomblos' imagination, is someone free to do anything and everything, uninhibited by the commands of others.
Nyoman Tomblos was born on June 12, 1970 in Bali. As a child he always wished to be a great artist who would travel all over the world. An artist, according to his imagination, is someone free to do anything and everything, uninhibited by the commands of others.
He began painting in 1990 as a self-taught artist. His initial theme was the Balinese rice field, as he elaborated images first on the walls of his home before opting for mixed media paints on paper and canvas. In 1993 Tomblos came under the tutelage of Arie Smit, a renowned artist, focusing especially on color and composition. His paintings have been exhibited throughout Bali.
1 Testimonial for Nyoman Tomblos
I bought two paintings from Nyoman in 2005. They are both still hanging on my wall. One titled ""The Hills from Karang Dalem"" hangs very close to my favorite sitting place in my living room. I never tire of looking at it...many different types of strokes and yet it doesn't look busy at all. If I only had more wall space I would buy more. Thank-you Nyoman.