Known as the "Culture and Art Village", it is the painting center of Bali. The quiet countryside scenery, mountains, terraces, valleys, moving legends and stories, exudes a strong artistic temperament of paintings. Visitors can enjoy or buy traditional Bali-style paintings in the "Neica" Art Gallery, which has a fascinating collection of works by Indonesian painters and foreign painters who live in Bali all the year round.
Actually, at the beginning, I decided to go here instead of going to another famous AMRA, because there was a roasted pork rib rice at the door, which was said to be sold in the afternoon. It was sold in the afternoon, and it went straight up here. It was a little far from monkey Lin Road. The taxi price was 50. We came over, about 15 minutes, and NEKA needed to buy tickets. Because it is relatively remote, there are few visitors, the number of visitors to the museum is not more than 10 people, very quiet, suitable for slow appreciation, NEKA mainly exhibits a variety of works of art, with the largest number of paintings, many paintings are gorgeous, the level is quite good ~ NEKA is the museum builder, as well as his statues and briefings (English but the silent drift through). There are several exhibition areas, along with tickets, there are topographic maps of the exhibition area. After a circle, there are cafes and places for sale outside.
You can go and see, understand the past of Indonesia, feel the culture and cultivate sentiment.
The Neka Art Museum has preserved many paintings with religious colours of the earlier period. It has strong artistry. It can not only see the Bali Art Exhibition Hall, the Contemporary Indonesian Art Hall and other exhibition halls which are purely dominated by Indonesian art, but also see the East-West Cultural Exchange Hall. The venue is not very large, the tickets are acceptable, the picture album shows that it is good, and interested in seeing it.
I heard that Neka is a personal name art gallery with a strong cultural atmosphere. It gathers together and integrates various local characteristics. I have to admire Indonesians for their ingenuity and patience. I do not understand the painting but feel the strong artistic atmosphere
Batuan B. Ubud C. Transitional Period Style D. Bali Traditional Style
NEKA Art Museum, Bali's most prestigious gallery, is also the richest collection. Looking around, I feel that Bali's art preference for color accumulation makes people have a particularly strong visual impact in the past. I feel that there are many works revealing a trace of horror atmosphere. Without certain religious knowledge to pave the way, it is still more difficult to understand. But maybe appreciation doesn't need too much language, just exquisite eyes.