Current Exhibitions & Events
Real aboriginal paintings printed on canvas
Soon you can select Aboriginal paintings and have them printed on canvas of your choice from Print shops. Proceeds go back to Aboriginal communities.
Watch Aboriginal Artists At Work
Come in and see how traditional aboriginal dot painting is done. This traditional dates back thousands of years. Originally using ochre and other natural materials, Aboriginal Artists today often combine these traditional materials with modern materials like acrylic paint and oil paint.
Jean belongs to the Pitjantjatjara language and cultural group, and was born in the bush at Anumarapiti in the Western Desert of Western Australia in 1945.
Jorna began painting in mid 1990′s at Warakurna, creating work for casual collectors. Born around 1959 at Angus Downs. Jorna divides her time between Warakurna, Irrunytju and Alice Springs.
An Anmatyerre elder and custodian of many important Dreamings, Kudditji was inspired by the work coming out of Papunya to paint his own Dreamings, telling of the travels and law of the Emu ancestors.
Featured Comissioned Work
Gown for Miss World in China
Artist Yarramunua was commissioned to create a gown for Miss World in China in 2007. The stunning Dreamtime Silk Gown features images of a Goanna, which represents the journey, a Sea Turtle, representing love, representing food and the Waterholes, as “without water we are nothing”
Heart Foundation Australia
This was commissioned as a gift for a private client. The turtles are symbols of Love and the goanna is a symbol of the Journey.
Native Land Sculptures
Yarramunua works in a variety of mediums. Here, he has utilized aboriginal dot painting onto a ceramic sculpture for a private client