Indonesian Artist

S Dana

Dana’s world is one of rich colors and a glimpse of paradise. Born in Denpasar, Bali in 1963, he grew up amidst rice fields set against terraced landscapes, the celebration of harvests steep in a rich tradition of religion, art and culture.

Dana rarely uses a paint brush. Instead he has developed a unique style of Pointillism to create impressionistic landscapes. He applies color on canvas using a stick, palette knife or his fingers. His landscape paintings are broad, sweeping and depicts the annual cycle of sowing, harvest and the rites of celebration.

Dana is based in his studio in Bali but comes into Singapore and Malaysia frequently to work with galleries here. He has many buyers from Singapore and the SE Asian region who visit his studio to view and collect his artworks.

In a Field of Sunflowers (2017)
Acrylic on Canvas 80 cm x 180 cm

Path of the Moon (2015)
Oil on Canvas 70 cm x 90 cm

Blue Lotus (2015)
Oil on Canvas 100 cm x 150 cm

Blossoms Under a Fullmoon (2017)
Acrylic on Canvas 100 cm x 100 cm

Pink Lotus (2017)
Acrylic on Canvas 100 cm x 100 cm

White Waterlilies (2017)
Acrylic on Canvas 150 cm x 100 cm

Sunset Glow Over the Rice Field (2017) [SOLD]
Acrylic on Canvas 50 cm x 150 cm

Along Balinese Shores (2017)
Acrylic on Canvas 38 cm x 200 cm

Flame of the Forest (2014)
Acrylic on Canvas 70 cm x 200 cm

The Procession (2017)
Acrylic on Canvas 80 cm x 120 cm