Yes, there are museums in Bali. The tiny South Pacific Island gathers works of art and puts them on display in fancy buildings, just like the rest of the world. There are some truly great collections worth checking out. But Bali keeps its greatest art outside. On the beaches. In the marketplaces. Around the necks and dangling from the ears of the people who walk the streets. The real beauty of Bali is the island itself and the people who have been using its natural resources to make remarkable work for centuries. If you want to see a masterpiece, all you need to do is open your eyes and go for a walk.
I found the Amori Mother of Pearl Earrings waiting for me in a small workshop nearly covered by sagging palms. The artist had a wide smile and an open door. The Amori Earrings are delicately crafted in fine .925 sterling silver, with a luminous, polished disk of Mother of Pearl that hang gracefully from French hooks. The beauty of Bali never looked better!