The Neka Art Museum is a gallery situated in Ubud on Bali, Indonesia, Established by Suteja Neka, a Balinese educator who gathered Balinese craftsmanship with the guidance and help of and counsel from the painters Rudolf Bonnet and Arie Smit among others. Pande Wayan Suteja Neka, the child of Wayan Neka, a celebrated wood carver who was an individual from the Pitamaha. He prepared as an instructor however chose to surrender educating keeping in mind the end goal to enable his dad to show his fine art and to archive and save Balinese works of art.
Beginning with a little shop in 1966 he sold fantastic painting to remote voyagers, who obviously removed them from the nation. Understanding the need to archive and safeguard Balinese craftsmanship he started gathering works. In 1975, Suteja Neka traveled to another country with the Dutch craftsman Rudolf Bonnet. Visiting galleries he saw fine cases of Balinese workmanship which couldn't be found in Indonesia. Returning home he made plans to build up Neka Art Museum.
The gallery is intended to mirror the customary design of a Balinese compound, with particular structures, each having an alternate capacity. The guest is urged to stroll through a progression of displays, beginning with traditional compositions and advancing to contemporary Indonesian craftsmanship, trailed by workmanship made in and impacted by Bali by outside specialists.