Blanco, the most famous & successful artist to ever live in Bali, built his magnificent studio on top of a mountain overlooking the Campuan River. This flamboyant building, a unique blend of Balinese architecture imbued with the spirit of his native Spain, houses an interesting collection of works.
Don Antonio Blanco is one of the many influential artists who fell in love with the charming village of Ubud and chose to live and be inspired by its fascinating culture, people, and nature
Jalan Raya Penestanan, #8 - 15mins walk from Villa Tenang Just up the road, Blanco Renaissance Museum is the home gallery and studio of the late Don Antonio Blanco, set overlooking the lush Campuan valley and the Wos river. The Philippine-born artist was best known for his lithographic artworks…
This is a fabulous collection of the works of Antonio Blanco. Visit the gardens and meet the huge parrots that will sit on your arm for photo ops!
Antonio Blanco, a Spanish/American artist, often reffered to as the Dali of Bali, lived in Penastanan from the 1950s until his death in 1999. His estate includes the Blanco Renaissance Museum, which offers a fascinating look at his surrealist art. Look out for nighttime events as the grounds are…
Art museum displaying the works of Antonio Blanco, with a restaurant, gardens & hilltop views.
“www.armabali.com/museum/ Jalan Raya Pengosekan, Ubud A "must visit" if you're into art and culture, ARMA's permanent collection ranges from traditional to contemporary art, featuring works from prominent Balinese and international masters, and there are also regular temporary exhibitions. It's more than a museum - it is a centre for visual and performing arts and features theatre performances, dance, music, painting classes and cultural workshops. ”
“YOGA - great classes and teachers, they also have a huge studio and a cafe right after your yoga for breakfast.”
“The heritage culture artchitexture of Bali leadership by Royal lead local people village in ceremonial of every village with high spirit Gods”
“From around 5am to 7am this is a farmers' market, and thereafter it is converted to an art market”