April, 2007

Desert Mob

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 04.05.07

Baguette Gallery with Suzanne OConnel Gallery Racecourse Road, Ascott Brisbane QLD www.warlu.com...» Read More

Lorna Napurrula Fencer (1923-2006)

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 04.05.07

Acknowledged as one of the great innovators of the Warlpiri art movement from Lajamanu, Napurrula was also both a fierce and gentle custodian of her culture. She painted the great Napurrula - Nakamarra creation stories from her birth place Yumurrpa....» Read More

Linda Syddick Napaltjarri

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 04.05.07

Perhaps it is through her famous artist relatives, or just her own deeply etched memories of Pintupi life in the Gibson Desert 65 years ago. But Linda Syddick captures rare images of the spirits of her own ancestors and the...» Read More

Our Way: Contemporary Aboriginal Art From Lockhart River

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 03.05.07

The University of Queensland proudly presents Our Way, Contemporary Aboriginal Art from Lockhart River, the first exhibition to survey the work of the Lockhart River Art Gang. Our Way celebrates the remarkable story of this group of 24 young artists...» Read More

Tiwi

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 02.05.07

In conjunction with Ngaruwanajirri Inc This exhibition showcases the recent works of Alfonso Puautjimi, Lorna Kantilla and Estelle Munkanome from the Tiwi Islands. Opening on Friday 15th June @ 5pm ShortstGallery,Broome. ALL WELCOME...» Read More

YINARUPA NANGALA Solo show

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 02.05.07

Papunya Tula Artists in association with John Gordon Gallery is proud to present the first solo exhibition by Yinarupa Nangala. Consisting of 17 paintings from 2002 2007, the exhibition opens Saturday 5 May and runs to Saturday 26 May...» Read More

Dreaming in Color: Aboriginal Art from Balgo

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 30.04.07

Dreaming in Color: Aboriginal Art from Balgo is a breathtaking exhibition of paintings from the community of Balgo, Australia, the traditional land of the Kukatja, Ngarti, and Walmajarri peoples. Brilliant in color and vibrant in design, the paintings reflect traditional...» Read More