Selling Art from the Australian Desert

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 28.01.08

Dates: 1-.-0.08
Location: 421 2nd Street Petaluma, CA, United States

The Painted Door Gallery Opening Reception
The Painted Door
421 2nd Street Petaluma, CA
Free Refreshments
5:00 ~ 8:00 Reception
5:00 ~ 6:30 Nicole Worden on Didgeridoo

Selling Art from the Australian Desert:
Acrylic Paintings by: Barbara Napangardi Reid, Cheryl Campbell, Kudditji Kngwarreye, Margaret & Annette Davis, Mary Rumble Petyarre, Mitjili Napurrula, Wallaby Morgan, Adam Laws, Kane Laws, Adam Reid, The Balgo School. Bark Paintings from Arnhem Land. Carved and painted coolamons

Since the 1990s Australian Aboriginal art has become a hot commodity in Australia, and Europe with recent auctions toping over a $1,000,000 for a single painting. The brilliant color, bold strokes, fine patterns, and complex symbolic expression of a 40,000 year old Indigenous Australian civilization penetrate the soul and soothe the spirit.

The Painted Door Gallery and Studio is located three blocks south of Petaluma's Theater District on 2nd Street. Look for the painted door.
Contact Virginia May for more information.

5% of all sales support
Aboriginal art cooperatives in Australia


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