Green Paintings from Bali and Java(22 items)
Welcome to the Green Paintings from Bali and Java Gallery at NOVICA.
Nyoman Tomblos Original paintings
An artist, according to Tomblos' imagination, is someone free to do anything and everything, uninhibited by the commands of others.
He began painting in 1990... read more
Popular Green Paintings from Bali and Java
Signed Abstract Painting in Red and Green from Bali, "Path to Nowhere (Red and..."$319.99
Balinese artist Harman paints this abstract composition to explore the relationship between two complementary colors. He uses angular, energetic lines of red and green that form interwoven patterns across the canvas.
Bali Rice Field Landscape Painting in Greens and Blues, "View of Singakerta"$999.99
Planted in neat terraces, rice fields stretch across a fertile valley near Ubud. Nyoman Tomblos depicts the Singakerta rice paddies in late afternoon. He works in a pointillist style, creating depth and texture with rich, vibrant color, achieving the effect of light near sunset. Golden sunshine dapples the verdant plain, leading the eye upward toward azure mountains.
Signed Modern Painting of a Green Bird from Bali, "Little Home is Mine"$249.99
A green bird stares out from the canvas, framed against a birdcage and the written phrase "little home is mine." Indonesian artist Anton Papo paints this curious scene with a modern aesthetic, fully employing the media to express himself. For the artist, this painting reflects on how each of us may feel that we are constrained or squeezed by factors that we can't control, much like the bird who is too big for his cage. Says Papo, "We have to take control of our feelings instead of allowing our feelings to control us."
Indonesian Original Impressionist Painting in Watercolors, "Jogja Paddies"
A bicycle leans against a tree as farmers work in the paddies harvesting their rice crop. Artist Ikhman Mudzakir presents a fleeting moment of day-to-day life in rural Java. Captured using watercolors in a muted tonalist palette, the scene includes the beautiful mountain scenery outside the city of Jogja as the backdrop. The painting arrives on a mat board passe-partout.