Serenity - a solo exhibition by Australian artist Linda Buller will be held at Seniwati Gallery and Showspace, Jalan Raya, Ubud, through April 2, 2002.
Long a magnet to artists from around the world, Ubud has become the adopted home of this Melbourne artist who first visited the island seventeen years ago. An Australian female artist who has painted and exhibited consistently throughout her life, Linda Buller has been painting since the age of 13, beginning her formal studies a year later at the Anik Silvers Studio. She continued her training at the Bendigo Institute of Technology, studying fine arts during the late 1970's and 1980's. An active member of the Fitzroy (Melbourne) Arts scene, both as a performance poet and visual artist, she participated in group and solo exhibition at Rhumbella's Gallery, Brunswick St, Fitzroy. In 1986, Linda Buller was commissioned by the The City of Preston to paint the controversial Peace Mural.
Arriving in Bali in the 1980's, Buller found herself trapped by the island's charms. She currently paints in the hills of Ubud, immersed in the magic and the mysticism of her surroundings.
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