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"PAYANGAN"
"PAYANGAN"

Painter: IB Puja (Oil On Canvas)
Dimension: 145 x 90 Cm

Price: IDR 50,000,000 (Negotiable)

About the artists

Imam Buchori Puja

Born in Jember January 22, 1970, since childhood was keen on painting, and autodidact which had strong willing and painting became physical need, his obsession in a full, so his crativities to be directed and maintained. It can be showed from his several paintings, which is expressing dyanamic expression of gesture and with dramatic coluring. It also proved by series of paintings, which have it's on unique. All models rae expressed via spontaneous pelette knife by considering anatomy accuracy so intrested to be observed and comprehended.

Exibition

1983 : Collective Exhibition in Jember
1984 : Collective Exhibition in Jenggawah Jember
1992 : Collective Exhibition in Jember
1993 : Collective Exhibition in Jember
1994 : Collective Exhibition in Jember
1996 : Collective Exhibition at Pelukis Cilik Museum in Jember
1997 : Collective Exhibition at GOR Kaliwates in Jember (HAPSAK)
1997 : Collective Exhibition at Bali Cliff Hotel Jimbaran Bali
1997 : Collective Exhibition at Kuta Shopping Centre in Kuta Bali
1997 : Collective Exhibition at Patra Jasa Hotrl in Kuta BAli
1998 : Collective Exhibition at Natour Kuta Beach in Kuta Bali
1998 : Collective Exhibition at Ramada Bintang Bali Hotel in Kuta Bali
1998 : Singgle Exhibition at Pelukis Cilik Museum in Jember
1998 : Collective Exhibition at Museum and Permanent Exhibition Building in Jember
1998 : Collective Exhibition "EMPAT EXPRESI" at Bhayangkara Building in Jember
1998 : Collective Exhibition at Ramada Bintang Bali Hotel in Kuta Bali
1998 : Collective Exhibition at Sheraton Hotel in Surabaya
1999 : Collective Exhibition for celebration of KORPRI XXVII in PEMDA Building in Jember
1999 : Collective Exhibition "GREGET EMPAT KOTA" at Museum and Permanent Exhibition Building in Jember
1999 : Collective Exhibition at Jember Municipality Building
1999 : Collective Exhibition "CITRA ESTETIKA" at Bhayangkara Building in Jember
1999 : Collective Exhibition at PUSPENMAS in Jember
1999 : Collective Exhibition at Wali Sanga Festival in Surabaya
1999 : Sinngel Exhibition at Studio Painter Saba Bali
2000 : Collective Exhibition at Sheraton Hotel in Surabaya
2000 : Collective Exhibition at Soetarjo Building in Jember
2000 : Collective Exhibition "SAPEX 2000" at DKS Gallery Building in Surabaya
2001 : Collective Exhibition at Lorin Hotel in Bali
2001 : Collective Exhibition "CITRA LUKISAN INDONESIA" in Surabaya
2001 : Collective Exhibition "CITRA LUKISAN ISTIMEWA" at Mercury Hotel in Surabaya
2001 : Collective Exhibition in Jakarta
2001 : Collective Exhibition "CITRA LUKISAN INDONESIA " at Mercury Hotel in Surabaya
2002 : Collective Exhibition "BALINESE PAINTING
EXHIBITION " in Bali
2003 : Collective Exhibition "PAINTING EXHIBITION " at UKM UNEJ Jember
2003 : Collective Exhibition at "KIYANTO" Gallery in Batu Malang
2004 : Collective Exhibition with 10 Painters in Jakarta
2004 : Collective Exhibition in Singapore
2004 : Collective Exhibition in Studio Painter in Saba Bali
2005 : WINDOW 2005. Collections of Abstract Work

Payangan is 35 km from the city of Gianyar - Bali - Indonesia, located in the southwest of Gianyar, has landscapes and exotic rice fields have cold weather making it suitable for agro-tourism.

Payangan traversed by the river Ayung can invite investors for the development of tourism accommodation and nature, such as hotel construction, water tourism rafting. But the district is the potential for widespread agriculture.

If you continue the journey north of the district gets Payangan Puhu precisely in the village we will enjoy a vast expanse of rice fields. 

Payangan have multiple objects in the field of agro-tourism potential to increase local revenue include: cover is so easy to find a stretch of paddy fields in the district which has 9 villages. With an area of ​​75.88 square km district is potential for agriculture in the broad sense. However, virginity is precisely the target area interested investors engaged in hospitality
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"COTTON CANDY SELLER"
"PENJUAL ARUM MANIS"

Painter: IB Puja (Oil On Canvas)
Dimension: 60 x 80 Cm

Price: IDR 30,000,000 (Negotiable)

About the artists

Imam Buchori Puja

Born in Jember January 22, 1970, since childhood was keen on painting, and autodidact which had strong willing and painting became physical need, his obsession in a full, so his crativities to be directed and maintained. It can be showed from his several paintings, which is expressing dyanamic expression of gesture and with dramatic coluring. It also proved by series of paintings, which have it's on unique. All models rae expressed via spontaneous pelette knife by considering anatomy accuracy so intrested to be observed and comprehended.

Exibition

1983 : Collective Exhibition in Jember
1984 : Collective Exhibition in Jenggawah Jember
1992 : Collective Exhibition in Jember
1993 : Collective Exhibition in Jember
1994 : Collective Exhibition in Jember
1996 : Collective Exhibition at Pelukis Cilik Museum in Jember
1997 : Collective Exhibition at GOR Kaliwates in Jember (HAPSAK)
1997 : Collective Exhibition at Bali Cliff Hotel Jimbaran Bali
1997 : Collective Exhibition at Kuta Shopping Centre in Kuta Bali
1997 : Collective Exhibition at Patra Jasa Hotrl in Kuta BAli
1998 : Collective Exhibition at Natour Kuta Beach in Kuta Bali
1998 : Collective Exhibition at Ramada Bintang Bali Hotel in Kuta Bali
1998 : Singgle Exhibition at Pelukis Cilik Museum in Jember
1998 : Collective Exhibition at Museum and Permanent Exhibition Building in Jember
1998 : Collective Exhibition "EMPAT EXPRESI" at Bhayangkara Building in Jember
1998 : Collective Exhibition at Ramada Bintang Bali Hotel in Kuta Bali
1998 : Collective Exhibition at Sheraton Hotel in Surabaya
1999 : Collective Exhibition for celebration of KORPRI XXVII in PEMDA Building in Jember
1999 : Collective Exhibition "GREGET EMPAT KOTA" at Museum and Permanent Exhibition Building in Jember
1999 : Collective Exhibition at Jember Municipality Building
1999 : Collective Exhibition "CITRA ESTETIKA" at Bhayangkara Building in Jember
1999 : Collective Exhibition at PUSPENMAS in Jember
1999 : Collective Exhibition at Wali Sanga Festival in Surabaya
1999 : Sinngel Exhibition at Studio Painter Saba Bali
2000 : Collective Exhibition at Sheraton Hotel in Surabaya
2000 : Collective Exhibition at Soetarjo Building in Jember
2000 : Collective Exhibition "SAPEX 2000" at DKS Gallery Building in Surabaya
2001 : Collective Exhibition at Lorin Hotel in Bali
2001 : Collective Exhibition "CITRA LUKISAN INDONESIA" in Surabaya
2001 : Collective Exhibition "CITRA LUKISAN ISTIMEWA" at Mercury Hotel in Surabaya
2001 : Collective Exhibition in Jakarta
2001 : Collective Exhibition "CITRA LUKISAN INDONESIA " at Mercury Hotel in Surabaya
2002 : Collective Exhibition "BALINESE PAINTING
EXHIBITION " in Bali
2003 : Collective Exhibition "PAINTING EXHIBITION " at UKM UNEJ Jember
2003 : Collective Exhibition at "KIYANTO" Gallery in Batu Malang
2004 : Collective Exhibition with 10 Painters in Jakarta
2004 : Collective Exhibition in Singapore
2004 : Collective Exhibition in Studio Painter in Saba Bali
2005 : WINDOW 2005. Collections of Abstract Work

Cotton candy may be familiar to you. But the cotton candy that has been around since the first is still survive and favored different ages. Have you ever peeked But how to make cotton candy?, Is quite complicated.

Cotton candy is confectionary made ​​from basic ingredients flour and sugar were given coloring. Traditional confectionary proved still popular citizens, because it is typical of the natural sweetness of sugar.

Usually eaten with spun sugar and wheat crackers to bring savory taste sensation that is not found in modern confectionary factory production.

Traditional cake-making process is quite complicated. First, granulated sugar mixed with vegetable oil heated to coagulating. Having given a little red coloring, which has been heated sugar is mixed with flour dough which is then formed lengthwise on the table repose zinc.

Clumps of white flour and sugar mixture is then pulled to form fibers. The process is the most difficult because it requires special skills and extra effort, so that fibers spun sugar produced more and more.

Once the fibers are shaped like yarn, cotton candy cut. Usually snacks are sold in plastic containers.

Although most of the fans spun sugar are children and adolescents, but not a few adults who love it. "Arum traditional sweet and savory delights more than cotton candy sold in factories because made ​​from real sugar" says the fans spun sugar.

Price-made cotton candy Sunar relatively cheap, only 12 500 rupiah per kilogram. Sunar artificial cotton candy is not only marketed in Bradford, but to other cities such as Bandung and Jakarta - Indonesia.
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"PAPUMA BEACH"
"PANTAI PAPUMA"

Painter: IB Puja (Oil On Canvas)
Dimension: 145 x 90 Cm

Price: IDR 50,000,000 (Nego)

About the artists

Imam Buchori Puja

Born in Jember January 22, 1970, since childhood was keen on painting, and autodidact which had strong willing and painting became physical need, his obsession in a full, so his crativities to be directed and maintained. It can be showed from his several paintings, which is expressing dyanamic expression of gesture and with dramatic coluring. It also proved by series of paintings, which have it's on unique. All models rae expressed via spontaneous pelette knife by considering anatomy accuracy so intrested to be observed and comprehended.

Exibition

1983 : Collective Exhibition in Jember
1984 : Collective Exhibition in Jenggawah Jember
1992 : Collective Exhibition in Jember
1993 : Collective Exhibition in Jember
1994 : Collective Exhibition in Jember
1996 : Collective Exhibition at Pelukis Cilik Museum in Jember
1997 : Collective Exhibition at GOR Kaliwates in Jember (HAPSAK)
1997 : Collective Exhibition at Bali Cliff Hotel Jimbaran Bali
1997 : Collective Exhibition at Kuta Shopping Centre in Kuta Bali
1997 : Collective Exhibition at Patra Jasa Hotrl in Kuta BAli
1998 : Collective Exhibition at Natour Kuta Beach in Kuta Bali
1998 : Collective Exhibition at Ramada Bintang Bali Hotel in Kuta Bali
1998 : Singgle Exhibition at Pelukis Cilik Museum in Jember
1998 : Collective Exhibition at Museum and Permanent Exhibition Building in Jember
1998 : Collective Exhibition "EMPAT EXPRESI" at Bhayangkara Building in Jember
1998 : Collective Exhibition at Ramada Bintang Bali Hotel in Kuta Bali
1998 : Collective Exhibition at Sheraton Hotel in Surabaya
1999 : Collective Exhibition for celebration of KORPRI XXVII in PEMDA Building in Jember
1999 : Collective Exhibition "GREGET EMPAT KOTA" at Museum and Permanent Exhibition Building in Jember
1999 : Collective Exhibition at Jember Municipality Building
1999 : Collective Exhibition "CITRA ESTETIKA" at Bhayangkara Building in Jember
1999 : Collective Exhibition at PUSPENMAS in Jember
1999 : Collective Exhibition at Wali Sanga Festival in Surabaya
1999 : Sinngel Exhibition at Studio Painter Saba Bali
2000 : Collective Exhibition at Sheraton Hotel in Surabaya
2000 : Collective Exhibition at Soetarjo Building in Jember
2000 : Collective Exhibition "SAPEX 2000" at DKS Gallery Building in Surabaya
2001 : Collective Exhibition at Lorin Hotel in Bali
2001 : Collective Exhibition "CITRA LUKISAN INDONESIA" in Surabaya
2001 : Collective Exhibition "CITRA LUKISAN ISTIMEWA" at Mercury Hotel in Surabaya
2001 : Collective Exhibition in Jakarta
2001 : Collective Exhibition "CITRA LUKISAN INDONESIA " at Mercury Hotel in Surabaya
2002 : Collective Exhibition "BALINESE PAINTING
EXHIBITION " in Bali
2003 : Collective Exhibition "PAINTING EXHIBITION " at UKM UNEJ Jember
2003 : Collective Exhibition at "KIYANTO" Gallery in Batu Malang
2004 : Collective Exhibition with 10 Painters in Jakarta
2004 : Collective Exhibition in Singapore
2004 : Collective Exhibition in Studio Painter in Saba Bali
2005 : WINDOW 2005. Collections of Abstract Work

Beside Watu Ulo beach, there is Papuma Beach with its white sands that make it more interesting. The beautiful white sand is pleasure to see and to walk on. The beach is always used as the place for sunbathing by foreign tourists. Besides its natural scenic beauty, it is also rich of animals, such as the lizard, forest cock, various birds, wild pig, deer porcupine, scaly anteater and many others. The scenery and atmosphere can be enjoyed more completely at a restaurant which provides Indonesian and Papuma food, a variety of baked fish. Visitors can reach the location by public transportation or via rental car. The journey takes approximately 30 minutes from Jember downtown - East Java - Indonesia.

Papuma beach is one of the leading tourist attraction Jember district, developed by East Java Perhutanioffice II. Papuma beach is a natural tourist attraction that combines the authenticity of the charm of beaches and forests.

If the average of the beach's name refers to the name of administrative area, you will not find any one region with Papuma name, be it a village, hamlet, or district, because the name is an acronym of Papuma Beach White Sand Beach Malikan.

Papuma beach is located 37 kilometers south of the town of Jember and are on track Bromo-Ijen-Bali. Beach with an area of ​​25 hectares of this, when viewed from above, looks like an elliptical arch. White sand beach complete the image resembles an egg.

Administratively, this beach into the Village area Lojejer, Wuluhan Subdistrict, Jember Regency, East Java, or about 235 kilometers from the city of Surabaya.

Shorelines Papuma beginning of the culmination Papuma Cape and along the 25 kilometer circular. Lush trees neatly lined up tightly along the edges, like the ceremony of homage to the beach that kept the gods.
When visiting the land sea breeze, the wind blows through the crevices of coral pose unique sounds like the gods who are chanting the mantra to keep the beauty of the beaches in order to remain sustainable.

The gods it is a collection of reef flat which is located slightly away from the face of the beach, lay a base for a similar large coral islands which the locals called the small island.

The entire rock group formed seven small islands some of which were named after gods, Guru Island, Island of Krishna and Narada Island. While some of the other islands, named after the island of Nusa Barong, Kajang Island, and Island frog.
Papuma coast presents a deserted landscape of virgin booty human hands. This is evident from the group of forest vegetation along the edges and a set of pandanus trees that keep the beach from abrasion.

Pandanus tree is unique. Finned leaves with the roots sticking into the ground. The shape resembles a durian fruit layered green and yellow orange. Unfortunately, pandanus fruit inedible.

In general, the composition of forest vegetation Papuma Coast consists of two layers. The first layer consists of pandanus plants, daffodils, and babakoan. While the second layer, row-row trees larger than the type nyamplung, sea hibiscus, and ketapang.

Natural impression is still much more viscous with wildlife found sunbathing on the beach, such as monitor lizards, jungle fowl, wild boar, porcupines, armadillos, deer, langur, long-tailed macaques, yellow monkey, and so on.

In addition to the panorama of nature with a group of rock in the middle of the sea and soft white sand along the beach you can enjoy anytime, Cote Papuma other tourist charm presents an increasingly asserts that the composition is a difficult tour perfection to beat.

You want to surround the sea and mingle with the waves? Do not worry, you can hire a fishing boat and go around to enjoy the ocean. You want to watch the sunset? Papuma serve it with a perfect beach in the late twilight.

Not only that, before night falls, there is a remarkable phenomenon that emerged from Lawa Cave can be reached at low tide. Thousands of bats scramble out, convoy, convoy number, looming clouds clustered into space.

All that does not include Siti Hinggil an exotic form of rock with a height of 50 meters above sea level is commonly used as a place tourists enjoying panoramic sea perfectly. At certain moments, you also can see the float ceremonial offerings.

Papuma beach that carries the naturalness of forests and beaches, it does not mean leaving public facilities based on modern society. Managing in a balanced develop common tools, such as playground, campsite, mushala, toilets, parking, gazebo. In fact, guesthouse stays are equipped with air conditioning.

It is not difficult to achieve Papuma Coast. If you are traveling from Surabaya, it only takes 1-2 hours at medium speed. If you do not bring their own vehicle, you can use public transportation with routes Patas AC-Surabaya Jember.

Surabaya, Jember can also be reached by train. Of Jember, usually connected by taxi or public transport which is usually a lot of rural operate in the morning.

Papuma beaches are still many who do not know the whereabouts because access to the beach Papuma quite difficult. It is very unfortunate given Papuma Coast has beautiful scenery, beaches with white sand and reefs, incredible waves soothing eye.

Papuma beach is one beach that is great potential to be developed in Jember. Therefore, the infrastructure must be improved to get there. Of Jember, Beach Papuma can be reached during the one hour trip. However, public access to the beach Papuma quite difficult because of lack of public transport leading to this beach.

When you first visit the beach Papuma in Jember district, certainly the first impression that emerges is a sense of awe watching the beauty of this beach. The visitors can enjoy the charm of Beach Papuma this incredible just by buying a ticket for five thousand dollars for the visitors, two thousand dollars for a car, and a thousand dollars for a motorcycle.

Papuma beach which stands Malikan White Sand Beach is located on the west coast Watu Ulo and has panoramic Island cluster of rocks called Gods, namely the island of Krishna, Narada Island, and Island of Lord Guru. Meanwhile, another place called the island of Nusa Barong, Kajang and Island Frog Island.

Not only that, the beauty of nature in the form of a combination of sea and forests become another attraction for tourists both domestic and foreign waisatawan. Approaching the entrance to the beach Papuma, the visitors spoiled the beauty of the oak forest along the road. For problems with facilities, the Coast Papuma also available cottages and grilled fish specialties Papuma Coast and affordable.

The other side of the beach Papuma is the number of animals are deliberately bred naturally, for example, long-tailed monkeys, deer, and many other animals. On the Eid holiday, Coast Papuma usually visited by many travelers. In general, the travelers are on vacation to the beach after visiting a relative's house.

The enthusiasm of the people of Côte Papuma less responded to by the local government. This is evident from the lack of good management, such as damaged roads and limited street lighting so that the tourists who come home late afternoon trip will be slightly disrupted. Even so, the charm still not reduced Papaum Coast iota.

Papuma coast is a paradise in the south of Jember. Why? Yes, because the panorama is stunning. For those of you who have a hobby of photography, beach Papuma should be visited. Many beauty that must be the object for photographers, for example white sand, blue sea water, coral reefs, and the forest beyond Papuma Coast.

Imam Buchori Puja

Born in Jember January 22, 1970, since childhood was keen on painting, and autodidact which had strong willing and painting became physical need, his obsession in a full, so his crativities to be directed and maintained. It can be showed from his several paintings, which is expressing dyanamic expression of gesture and with dramatic coluring. It also proved by series of paintings, which have it's on unique. All models rae expressed via spontaneous pelette knife by considering anatomy accuracy so intrested to be observed and comprehended.

Exibition

1983 : Collective Exhibition in Jember
1984 : Collective Exhibition in Jenggawah Jember
1992 : Collective Exhibition in Jember
1993 : Collective Exhibition in Jember
1994 : Collective Exhibition in Jember
1996 : Collective Exhibition at Pelukis Cilik Museum in Jember
1997 : Collective Exhibition at GOR Kaliwates in Jember (HAPSAK)
1997 : Collective Exhibition at Bali Cliff Hotel Jimbaran Bali
1997 : Collective Exhibition at Kuta Shopping Centre in Kuta Bali
1997 : Collective Exhibition at Patra Jasa Hotrl in Kuta BAli
1998 : Collective Exhibition at Natour Kuta Beach in Kuta Bali
1998 : Collective Exhibition at Ramada Bintang Bali Hotel in Kuta Bali
1998 : Singgle Exhibition at Pelukis Cilik Museum in Jember
1998 : Collective Exhibition at Museum and Permanent Exhibition Building in Jember
1998 : Collective Exhibition "EMPAT EXPRESI" at Bhayangkara Building in Jember
1998 : Collective Exhibition at Ramada Bintang Bali Hotel in Kuta Bali
1998 : Collective Exhibition at Sheraton Hotel in Surabaya
1999 : Collective Exhibition for celebration of KORPRI XXVII in PEMDA Building in Jember
1999 : Collective Exhibition "GREGET EMPAT KOTA" at Museum and Permanent Exhibition Building in Jember
1999 : Collective Exhibition at Jember Municipality Building
1999 : Collective Exhibition "CITRA ESTETIKA" at Bhayangkara Building in Jember
1999 : Collective Exhibition at PUSPENMAS in Jember
1999 : Collective Exhibition at Wali Sanga Festival in Surabaya
1999 : Sinngel Exhibition at Studio Painter Saba Bali
2000 : Collective Exhibition at Sheraton Hotel in Surabaya
2000 : Collective Exhibition at Soetarjo Building in Jember
2000 : Collective Exhibition "SAPEX 2000" at DKS Gallery Building in Surabaya
2001 : Collective Exhibition at Lorin Hotel in Bali
2001 : Collective Exhibition "CITRA LUKISAN INDONESIA" in Surabaya
2001 : Collective Exhibition "CITRA LUKISAN ISTIMEWA" at Mercury Hotel in Surabaya
2001 : Collective Exhibition in Jakarta
2001 : Collective Exhibition "CITRA LUKISAN INDONESIA " at Mercury Hotel in Surabaya
2002 : Collective Exhibition "BALINESE PAINTING
EXHIBITION " in Bali
2003 : Collective Exhibition "PAINTING EXHIBITION " at UKM UNEJ Jember
2003 : Collective Exhibition at "KIYANTO" Gallery in Batu Malang
2004 : Collective Exhibition with 10 Painters in Jakarta
2004 : Collective Exhibition in Singapore
2004 : Collective Exhibition in Studio Painter in Saba Bali
2005 : WINDOW 2005. Collections of Abstract Work





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"NATURE IN BALI"(003)
"ALAM BALI"

Painter: IB Puja (Oil On Canvas)
Style: Expressionism
Dimension: 90 x 145 Cm

Price: IDR 30,000,000 (Negotiable)

About the artists

Imam Buchori Puja

Born in Jember January 22, 1970, since childhood was keen on painting, and autodidact which had strong willing and painting became physical need, his obsession in a full, so his crativities to be directed and maintained. It can be showed from his several paintings, which is expressing dyanamic expression of gesture and with dramatic coluring. It also proved by series of paintings, which have it's on unique. All models rae expressed via spontaneous pelette knife by considering anatomy accuracy so intrested to be observed and comprehended.

Exibition

1983 : Collective Exhibition in Jember
1984 : Collective Exhibition in Jenggawah Jember
1992 : Collective Exhibition in Jember
1993 : Collective Exhibition in Jember
1994 : Collective Exhibition in Jember
1996 : Collective Exhibition at Pelukis Cilik Museum in Jember
1997 : Collective Exhibition at GOR Kaliwates in Jember (HAPSAK)
1997 : Collective Exhibition at Bali Cliff Hotel Jimbaran Bali
1997 : Collective Exhibition at Kuta Shopping Centre in Kuta Bali
1997 : Collective Exhibition at Patra Jasa Hotrl in Kuta BAli
1998 : Collective Exhibition at Natour Kuta Beach in Kuta Bali
1998 : Collective Exhibition at Ramada Bintang Bali Hotel in Kuta Bali
1998 : Singgle Exhibition at Pelukis Cilik Museum in Jember
1998 : Collective Exhibition at Museum and Permanent Exhibition Building in Jember
1998 : Collective Exhibition "EMPAT EXPRESI" at Bhayangkara Building in Jember
1998 : Collective Exhibition at Ramada Bintang Bali Hotel in Kuta Bali
1998 : Collective Exhibition at Sheraton Hotel in Surabaya
1999 : Collective Exhibition for celebration of KORPRI XXVII in PEMDA Building in Jember
1999 : Collective Exhibition "GREGET EMPAT KOTA" at Museum and Permanent Exhibition Building in Jember
1999 : Collective Exhibition at Jember Municipality Building
1999 : Collective Exhibition "CITRA ESTETIKA" at Bhayangkara Building in Jember
1999 : Collective Exhibition at PUSPENMAS in Jember
1999 : Collective Exhibition at Wali Sanga Festival in Surabaya
1999 : Sinngel Exhibition at Studio Painter Saba Bali
2000 : Collective Exhibition at Sheraton Hotel in Surabaya
2000 : Collective Exhibition at Soetarjo Building in Jember
2000 : Collective Exhibition "SAPEX 2000" at DKS Gallery Building in Surabaya
2001 : Collective Exhibition at Lorin Hotel in Bali
2001 : Collective Exhibition "CITRA LUKISAN INDONESIA" in Surabaya
2001 : Collective Exhibition "CITRA LUKISAN ISTIMEWA" at Mercury Hotel in Surabaya
2001 : Collective Exhibition in Jakarta
2001 : Collective Exhibition "CITRA LUKISAN INDONESIA " at Mercury Hotel in Surabaya
2002 : Collective Exhibition "BALINESE PAINTING
EXHIBITION " in Bali
2003 : Collective Exhibition "PAINTING EXHIBITION " at UKM UNEJ Jember
2003 : Collective Exhibition at "KIYANTO" Gallery in Batu Malang
2004 : Collective Exhibition with 10 Painters in Jakarta
2004 : Collective Exhibition in Singapore
2004 : Collective Exhibition in Studio Painter in Saba Bali
2005 : WINDOW 2005. Collections of Abstract Work


Bali's Nature

Bali is also blessed with a beautiful nature. Endless sand beaches envelope most of Bali's shores, where silvery waves come home to. Tall cliffs border the eastern shores. Volcanic mountains crown the center of Bali, home to Gunung Agung (Mount Divine), the sacred abode of the gods and the goddesses. Green forests stretch on from east to west of the northern part of Bali, nurturing numerous flora and fauna that can only be found here.

Beaches

The beaches of Bali are, in one word, magnificent! From the stretch of sand in Kuta, fenced far in the South by the runway of Denpasar International Airport; the peaceful elegance of Nusa Dua; the mysterious quietness and somberness of Candidasa, as a temple dedicated to the sea goddess submerges; to the spectacular sunsets of Lovina in the North.

Waves

The beaches of Bali readily accept the arrival of the waves, time and time again. And they vary. In the stretch of Nusa Dua alone you can find soft waves for the beginner surfers to the wildest of waves that will challenge even the most experienced of the surfers. Yeh Saneh in the East, Uluwatu in the South, and Medewi slightly to the West, are all excellent site for waves.

Lakes

There are four lakes in Bali. Lake Batur, the old crater of Mount Batur, is the largest. Kintamani offers an excellent panoramic view of the lake, and the lake itself effectively fences in the Bali Aga people in Trunyan. Lake Bratan, the second largest, is near the town of Bedugul. Lake Buyan andn Lake Temblingan are also near.

Mountains

The string of volcanic mountains crown the Northern part of Bali. The tallest is Gunung Agung (or Mount Divine), the abode of the gods and the goddesses.

Forests, Flora, and Fauna

The wild forests of Bali can be found mostly in the Bali Barat National Park, dedicated to the preservation of wildlife. And the tropical climate of Bali endows it with a rich flora. In the forests, tall tropical trees reach for the sky, nursing a variety of wild orchids to grow on their branches. Pine trees carpet the mountains. Ever protective, waringin trees faithfully stand at the center of every village. Flowers beautifully punctuate little gardens in every house, and most importantly, spreading their sweet fragrance into the midnight air and completing offerings to the gods and goddesses.

Bali tigers (Panthera tigris balica) used to roam these forests, but now you can only find deer or wild boars. Bali Barat National Park is also reestablished as the new habitat for Bali Starling (Jalak Bali), a sweet, white bird that has inspired many a painter. Sea turtles, another protected species, can playfully accompany you when you go snorkeling in the the waters of Nusa Dua.

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"NATURE IN BALI"(002)
"ALAM BALI"

Painter: IB Puja (Oil On Canvas)
Style: Expressionism
Dimension: 90 x 145 Cm

Price

Bali's Nature
Bali is also blessed with a beautiful nature. Endless sand beaches envelope most of Bali's shores, where silvery waves come home to. Tall cliffs border the eastern shores. Volcanic mountains crown the center of Bali, home to Gunung Agung (Mount Divine), the sacred abode of the gods and the goddesses. Green forests stretch on from east to west of the northern part of Bali, nurturing numerous flora and fauna that can only be found here.

Beaches

The beaches of Bali are, in one word, magnificent! From the stretch of sand in Kuta, fenced far in the South by the runway of Denpasar International Airport; the peaceful elegance of Nusa Dua; the mysterious quietness and somberness of Candidasa, as a temple dedicated to the sea goddess submerges; to the spectacular sunsets of Lovina in the North.

Waves

The beaches of Bali readily accept the arrival of the waves, time and time again. And they vary. In the stretch of Nusa Dua alone you can find soft waves for the beginner surfers to the wildest of waves that will challenge even the most experienced of the surfers. Yeh Saneh in the East, Uluwatu in the South, and Medewi slightly to the West, are all excellent site for waves.

Lakes

There are four lakes in Bali. Lake Batur, the old crater of Mount Batur, is the largest. Kintamani offers an excellent panoramic view of the lake, and the lake itself effectively fences in the Bali Aga people in Trunyan. Lake Bratan, the second largest, is near the town of Bedugul. Lake Buyan andn Lake Temblingan are also near.

Mountains

The string of volcanic mountains crown the Northern part of Bali. The tallest is Gunung Agung (or Mount Divine), the abode of the gods and the goddesses.

Forests, Flora, and Fauna

The wild forests of Bali can be found mostly in the Bali Barat National Park, dedicated to the preservation of wildlife. And the tropical climate of Bali endows it with a rich flora. In the forests, tall tropical trees reach for the sky, nursing a variety of wild orchids to grow on their branches. Pine trees carpet the mountains. Ever protective, waringin trees faithfully stand at the center of every village. Flowers beautifully punctuate little gardens in every house, and most importantly, spreading their sweet fragrance into the midnight air and completing offerings to the gods and goddesses.

Bali tigers (Panthera tigris balica) used to roam these forests, but now you can only find deer or wild boars. Bali Barat National Park is also reestablished as the new habitat for Bali Starling (Jalak Bali), a sweet, white bird that has inspired many a painter. Sea turtles, another protected species, can playfully accompany you when you go snorkeling in the the waters of Nusa Dua.
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"NATURE IN BALI"
"ALAM BALI"

Painter: IB Puja (Oil On Canvas)
Style: Expressionism
Dimension: 90 x 145 Cm

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Bali's Nature 

Bali is also blessed with a beautiful nature. Endless sand beaches envelope most of Bali's shores, where silvery waves come home to. Tall cliffs border the eastern shores. Volcanic mountains crown the center of Bali, home to Gunung Agung (Mount Divine), the sacred abode of the gods and the goddesses. Green forests stretch on from east to west of the northern part of Bali, nurturing numerous flora and fauna that can only be found here.

Beaches

The beaches of Bali are, in one word, magnificent! From the stretch of sand in Kuta, fenced far in the South by the runway of Denpasar International Airport; the peaceful elegance of Nusa Dua; the mysterious quietness and somberness of Candidasa, as a temple dedicated to the sea goddess submerges; to the spectacular sunsets of Lovina in the North.

Waves

The beaches of Bali readily accept the arrival of the waves, time and time again. And they vary. In the stretch of Nusa Dua alone you can find soft waves for the beginner surfers to the wildest of waves that will challenge even the most experienced of the surfers. Yeh Saneh in the East, Uluwatu in the South, and Medewi slightly to the West, are all excellent site for waves.

Lakes

There are four lakes in Bali. Lake Batur, the old crater of Mount Batur, is the largest. Kintamani offers an excellent panoramic view of the lake, and the lake itself effectively fences in the Bali Aga people in Trunyan. Lake Bratan, the second largest, is near the town of Bedugul. Lake Buyan andn Lake Temblingan are also near.

Mountains

The string of volcanic mountains crown the Northern part of Bali. The tallest is Gunung Agung (or Mount Divine), the abode of the gods and the goddesses.

Forests, Flora, and Fauna

The wild forests of Bali can be found mostly in the Bali Barat National Park, dedicated to the preservation of wildlife. And the tropical climate of Bali endows it with a rich flora. In the forests, tall tropical trees reach for the sky, nursing a variety of wild orchids to grow on their branches. Pine trees carpet the mountains. Ever protective, waringin trees faithfully stand at the center of every village. Flowers beautifully punctuate little gardens in every house, and most importantly, spreading their sweet fragrance into the midnight air and completing offerings to the gods and goddesses.

Bali tigers (Panthera tigris balica) used to roam these forests, but now you can only find deer or wild boars. Bali Barat National Park is also reestablished as the new habitat for Bali Starling (Jalak Bali), a sweet, white bird that has inspired many a painter. Sea turtles, another protected species, can playfully accompany you when you go snorkeling in the the waters of Nusa Dua.