Niluh Sudarti is a self-taught Indonesian female visual artist. She was born 14 March 1980 in the village of Pakem on the northern slope of the Menoreh Hills, 3 kilometers from the ancient Buddhist temple of Borobudur. Raised with a classical Javanese as well as modern education, Niluh’s paintings reflect the cultural and spiritual worldview embodied within her heritage, augmented by the extensive study of meditation and spirituality in India. Niluh’s artworks reflect a combination of contemporary sensibility and the wisdom/values inherent in ancient cultural traditions.
Niluh Sudarti is actively engaged in art activities in Indonesia and abroad. She is a member of two groups of international artists: “Freedom and Love,” with members in 11 countries; and the International Women Artists Association (IWAA) based in Singapore (with members in 50 nations). She is the first Indonesian artist to join IWAA. Niluh Sudarti was one of a group of international artists invited to participate in creating a complex set of interlocking murals in the historic Singapore district known as Ang Mo Kio, linked to the reinvigoration of its town center for the communities and residences trough art. The official unveiling of these murals occurred on 6 April 2019, conducted by Mr. Koh Poh Koong, Senior Minister of State for Singapore’s Ministry of Trade & Industry.