A celestial display of the Seven Sisters Dreaming by Athena Nangala Granites.
Nganana rawangku altaja warkaripai – we have been doing this (painting) for a long time. A new collection of paintings from the Gibson Desert.
Solo exhibition by Tasmanian Aboriginal artist Mick Quilliam
Yuendumu is a community in the Tanami Desert, about 290km north west of Alice Springs. It, and it’s neighbouring community of Nyirripi, is home to
Not many left! These prints were sourced from Warumpi Arts – the sales outlet in Alice Springs for the Papunya artists. It closed in 2004.
These watercolour paintings are known as the Hermannsburg school. The first of the Aboriginal artists was the great Arrernte artist Albert Namatjira who started painting
Warakurna is a remote community in the Gibson Desert in eastern West Australia. The art centre there services Warakurna and Patjarr as well as the
Wanjina or wandjina (depending on the Kimberley location) are images of creation beings that are all powerful. You can see them painted on rock faces
Quirky and adorable are two words to describe this art form. Desert grasses and other fibres are used by Aboriginal women to make all sorts
Our stock of Tiwi Islander art comes from the 2 art centres on Melville Island – Munupi Arts and Jilamara Arts. Art Mob has had
Necklace-making is the most significant cultural tradition of Tasmanian Aboriginal women. It is one of the few traditions that has continued without interruption since colonisation
These rugs are the result of a cross-cultural collaboration between Aboriginal artists with their painting designs and Kashmiri artisans with their chain-stitching of pure wool.
Papunya is a community about 250km west of Alice Springs. It was the home of the start of the dot painting movement from 1971/72 and
These interesting art pieces derive from Australian opal fragments embedded into etched glass or resin.
A self explanatory title! These are paintings from the east Kimberley – Warmun (Turkey Creek), Halls Creek, Kununurra and about. Ochre is the pigment made
Ninuku Arts is a wholly-Indigenous owned and governed Art Centre which supports artists from two communities – Pipalyatjara and Kalka. Each has a population of
Art from this art centre is from artists from the islands of Mornington Island and Bentinck Island in the Wellesley group. Art Mob’s first exhibition
Aboriginal people in the rocky environments of western and south-western Arnhem Land tell of the existence of tall slender spirits which they call Mimih. The
Martumili Artists was established by Martu people living in the communities of Parnpajinya (Newman), Jigalong, Parnngurr, Punmu, Kunawarritji, Irrungadji and Warralong, and it draws on
Lockhart River is a remote community on the eastern side of Cape York in far north Queensland. It is just inland from Quintell Beach with
Maningrida Arts & Culture is based on Kunibídji country in Arnhem Land in Australia’s Northern Territory. The area where artists live encompasses 7,000 square kilometres
These paintings have been sourced from Ikuntji Artists – the art centre at Haasts Bluff, NT. Haasts Bluff is 50km south of Papunya where the
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