Nyoman Tusan (1933–2002)
Was concerned with the 'tan ana' or the 'niskala', the world beyond the senses (information Bruce Granquist). Tusan studied in Bandung, and his style shows the semi-abstract concern of the Bandung artists. His activities bridged the Sukarno and Suharto periods, and he was a mentor to many younger Balinese artists.
Originally from Tejakula, Buleleng.
Leading teacher of art, an influential figure in the Bali culture scene during the Sukarno period, and later a member of Listibya.