Villa Art Gallery

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Villa Nilaya Bali is decorated with antiques collected throughout South East Asia providing a totally unique atmosphere for your vacation. We also feature original paintings by Balinese, Australian and European artists. We currently showcase a beautiful work of Australian artist Ellis Pearson and all works are for sale. For any enquiries please contact us at Gadfly Gallery

Gracing the walls of Villa Nilaya are original paintings, not only by Indonesian artists but also artists from Europe and Australia.

Currently on display are beautiful large canvases by ELLIS PEARSON, an artist, actor, poet and musician whose talent knows no bounds.

The collection , called ‘Stillness Moves’ was first exhibited at Gadfly Gallery in Perth, Western Australia, and reflects the artist’s keen interest in Nature, meditation, yoga and dance.

What Our Retreat Guests Say

Penny R, Perth

Penny R, Perth

” From me – a BIG  thank you to Anna – who makes this great week possible.  Nothing is too much trouble for Anna – which makes this a special week for all those who attend.

And thank you to Cate – who makes sure we all get some personal art attention and create something we never thought we could do…

And thank you to Erin who- well –  is just the most amazing yoga teacher EVER!

It was my second time on the art and yoga retreat and I have already booked myself and my daughter Claire for next year! “

Kathy M, Perth

Kathy M, Perth

” Thank you so much for the wonderful retreat. As always I came away with wonderful memories, creative juices oozing ,new friends and an overflowing  sense of well being . Oh and a grateful body! “

Michel L, Perth

Michel L, Perth

” It was a wonderful week in Bali. Thank you for sharing your beautiful villa – it is an amazing building in a fantastic location.  The view from the yoga deck and the ocean waves are truly memorable.  I should have been focusing of the breath, but was often distracted by the views.   Cate and Erin were truly inspirational teachers.  I hope to find some time to practice both yoga and painting. “