I Nyoman Kayun (b. 1950)

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I Nyoman Kayun (b. 1950)

I Nyoman Kayun first studied painting from I Wayan Lantur, and later he continued his study under the guidance of I Gusti Made Kwandji of Peliatan. The composition of his works reflects harmony and balance, so common in traditional Balinese paintings. This appears to be a representation of natural order in the universe; the balance between good and evil which is sought in daily life and religious practice in Bali. He prefers to work on a small scale and his coloring is subdued and controlled. His painstaking attention to details is evident in drawing geckos, squirrels, pigs, ducks and dogs, without which villages would scarcely recognizable.

 

 

 

 

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Selected Works
Kidnapping-257x300

Kidnapping, Acrylic on canvas, 2001

Sacral_Sang_Hyang_Dance_on_an_Umbrella-228x300

Sacral Sang-Hyang Dance on an Umbrella (2001), Acrylic on canvas, 110 x 80 cm
On Loan, Museum Puri Lukisan, Ubud, Bali