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Dana's Paintings

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Ubud Jln. Raya Bunutan Jalan Raya Bunutan, No. 44B, Banjar Bunutan, Kedewatan, Ubud, Bunutan, Karangasem 80571 Indonesia
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ScubaDiBali wrote a review Oct 2017
Bali, Indonesia54 contributions84 helpful votes
We have visited Dana S. many times in his exhibition rooms and his atelier as well. Over time we bought several big paintings which embellish our home in Bali. Dana S. is a master of creating wideness, tranquility and light. The different colors he uses in his paintings are overwhelmingly intense and are illuminating the painted scenes with a unique brightness. We love both him and his paintings.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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roger p wrote a review Apr 2016
Karangasem, Indonesia133 contributions26 helpful votes
A good painter i met him 5 years ago bougt painting Sanur beach Abstract brown one too very many painters now like Dana's in ubud he started it all for me
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Date of experience: December 2015
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anuradha2013 wrote a review Sep 2015
Mumbai, India1,299 contributions573 helpful votes
Enroute our villa amidst paddy fields, we stopped by at The Sunari Gallary. Though we couldn't buy anything because our pocket didn't allow but this gallery is worth a visit if you are an art lover for its amazing collection. If you want to buy serious art, no better place.
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Date of experience: April 2015
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anne h wrote a review Apr 2015
Melbourne, Australia12 contributions16 helpful votes
Our introduction to Dana S. was back in 1998 on our very first trip to Bali. We simply fell in love with his work. Our budget however at the time did not allow us to indulge in our favourite piece so we settled for another of his works, a smaller piece. Funny this is now our favourite from his collection. We currently have 3 pieces of Dana's work on our walls and feel very honored to have them. Our last 2 trips were just to visit his gallery. We have saved up and are now ready to head back for our 4th purchase. I have never seen work like Dana S. before. A true gentleman with a true talent - his work has soul
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Date of experience: May 2014
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CanadaAustria wrote a review Aug 2012
Innsbruck, Austria544 contributions166 helpful votes
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With interest in finding a talented artisted we arrived at Sana's Gallery near Ubud. He had been recommended to us as a true artist with exhibtions and customers around the world. Meeting him, sharing a beer in his home gallery and hearing about his story and approach we fell in love with his work. We could not choose one painting so bought two. Sana's paintings are impressionist interpretations of Balinese nature and cultural events. Rice fields in motion at harvest time, an inspiring Banyan tree immersed in a golden setting and beach fronts with fishing boat dancing on the water. He has spent some time in Italy and now presents a strong and interesting style rooted in celebrating Balinese life, but in a was that easily translates across cultures. He designed his home / gallery as an open space with high roofs, wooden ceilings and dimensions celebrate art. He loves to talk about his work and the world over a beer with vistors, who he readily invites to join him. We are thankful to have meet him and shared his work with a strong feeling that he will be a more and more important artist in the years to come.
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