Artist As a boy, I Ketut Soki was one of two chldren to receive art lessons from the famous Arie Smit, and a founding member of what was to become known as the “Young Artists” movement. In 1960, Arie Smit went for a walk through the rice fields in Penestanan, Bali, and found a young boy drawing pictures in the sand. Smit invited the boy to his studio and gave him crayons and paper. The name of the young boy was I Nyoman Cakra. As a true Balinese, Nyoman didn’t want to be alone, so he asked, “Can my nephew come too?” His nephew was I Ketut Soki and these two youths became Smit’s first pupils.
Collection This piece is an original, oil painted on canvas. The result is stunning.
Authenticity Original art by I Ketut Soki includes a certificate of authenticity, embossed with a stamp to guarantee authenticity.
Delivery Each piece of art is professionally packaged to ensure it arrives on your doorstep in perfect condition.