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THE KIMBERLEY ONLINE

THE KIMBERLEY ONLINE

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2014-11-20 17:19:28

Desert River Sea: Kimberley Art Then & Now has gone live online at last after a mighty development saga. It's been developed in two phases over 6 years by the Art Gallery of Western Australia (AGWA) with $1.8m. support from...» Read More

 

DESERT RIVER SEA PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM FOR INDIGENOUS ART LEADERS

DESERT RIVER SEA PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM FOR INDIGENOUS ART LEADERS

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2013-11-12 06:23:55

From 11-15 November 2013 a group of 11 emerging Indigenous art leaders throughout the Kimberley region of Western Australia will gather in Perth for the Emerging Leaders Program, a week-long professional development program which is a core component of the...» Read More

 

SELL OUT SHOW IN SHANGHAI

SELL OUT SHOW IN SHANGHAI

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2013-04-30 18:30:49

Waringarri artists from Kununurra returned triumphant from a recent visit to Shanghai after two successful exhibitions, including the sale of all 41 artworks taken to China, and ten days of sightseeing, museum visits and shopping. The popular M50 Shanghai Arts District...» Read More

 

DESERT RIVER SEA : KIMBERLEY ART THEN & NOW

DESERT RIVER SEA : KIMBERLEY ART THEN & NOW

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2013-04-24 17:49:41

After two years of consultation, the Art Gallery of Western Australia with support from the Rio Tinto Community Investment Fund have announced the launch of a six year, $1.8million art initiative, Desert River Sea:Kimberley Art Then & Now. Desert River Sea...» Read More

 

LAVERTY 2

LAVERTY 2

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2011-05-25 19:58:12

There are probably no other collectors in Australia who could get away with naming an exhibition 'Laverty 2' and expect instant recognition by viewers. But then Colin and Liz Laverty have the advantage of having had such a big impact...» Read More

 

THE GOOD AND THE BAD IN THE KIMBERLEY

THE GOOD AND THE BAD IN THE KIMBERLEY

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2011-05-04 19:29:01

The East Kimberley was the first place in WA to join the Aboriginal art movement that spread from Papunya in the 1970s. As is well-known, Rover Thomas had a Dream following the awesome devastation of Cyclone Tracey; to share it...» Read More

 

Other side art: Trevor Nickolls, a survey of paintings and drawings 1972-2007

Other side art: Trevor Nickolls, a survey of paintings and drawings 1972-2007

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-10-21 12:25:39

Other side art is the first museum survey of the work of South Australian Indigenous artist, Trevor Nickolls. Known as 'the father of urban aboriginal art', Nickolls has developed his own iconic language that has influenced and informed subsequent...» Read More

 

NEW PARADIGM IN CANBERRA

NEW PARADIGM IN CANBERRA

Posted by Jeremy Eccles | 2010-10-03 19:28:19

Prototype, precedent, templet, archetype, scantling, paradigm...so reads my Roget's Thesaurus – which I think gives you the drift of my thinking regarding the importance of recent events in Canberra. No – not on the Hill, where Tony Abbott seems determined not...» Read More

 

Surprise wins in spectacular style

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-08-07 17:51:26

Wakartu Cory Surprise is the overall winner of the third Western Australian Indigenous Art Award, worth $50,000, for her group of paintings. Also winner of last year's $10,000 Western Australian artist award, Surprise continues to make intense and vibrant paintings that...» Read More

 

Invitation to Lloyd Kwilla solo & Utopia Colour @ Salt Contemporary

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2010-06-01 17:49:46

Lloyd Kwilla: Jumuwarnti (Many Waterholes) McCulloch & McCulloch, Salt Contemporary Art and Red Rock Art invite you to attend the first Victorian solo exhibition by rising Kimberley art star Lloyd Kwilla: Jumuwarnti (Many Waterholes). The son of leading painter Billy Thomas, 30-year...» Read More

 

A decade of Australia’s indigenous fine art 1999-2009

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2009-05-26 18:14:57

A decade of Australia’s indigenous fine art 1999-2009 Curated by McCulloch & McCulloch Art & Books Designed as a ‘walk through our books’, the exhibition, part of Salt Contemporary Art's Winter Arts Programme, comprises more than 40 Aboriginal paintings, prints, sculptures,...» Read More

 

McCulloch’s Aboriginal Art @ Salt Contemporary

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2009-05-26 18:12:01

McCulloch’s Aboriginal Art @ Salt Contemporary A decade of Australia’s indigenous fine art 1999-2009 Curated by McCulloch & McCulloch Art & Books Designed as a ‘walk through our books’, the exhibition, part of Salt Contemporary Art's Winter Arts Programme, comprises more than 40...» Read More

 

Tjungurrayi claims prestigious art prize

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2008-11-17 20:23:36

From The Western Australian: WA painter Patrick Tjungurrayi has won Australia’s richest Aboriginal art prize with his monumental series of canvases depicting a scrub fire in his Gibson Desert homeland. “They were the best, the best-looking,” judge Djon Mundine said with...» Read More

 

Warmun artist named Aboriginal of the Year

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2008-09-30 15:08:35

A talented senior artist from Warmun Art Centre, Shirley Purdie, has been named the Aboriginal Person of the Year in the 2008 East Kimberley Aboriginal Achievement Awards. Held in Kununurra in September, the awards are an opportunity to reward the...» Read More

 

UWA reveals world's first chemically coded painting

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2008-09-25 22:04:55

Article about the chemical code that is being trialled in Western Australia which protects the authenticity of artworks: A secret chemical code has been painted into an Aboriginal art work in a world-first step to outwit forgers who prey on indigenous...» Read More

 

Jirrawun Editions

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2008-08-26 13:32:12

Jirrawun Editions recent etchings 2005-2008 Official opening by Nicolas Rothwell 1pm Saturday, 16 August showing until 29 August 2008 The Gallery, Building Orange 10 Jirrawun Editions represents the Darwin launch of a powerful series of etchings by major Kimberley artists Paddy Bedford (dec), Rammey Ramsey, Freddie...» Read More

 

New alliance strengthens Kimberley Aboriginal artists

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2008-08-14 14:54:23

Four Aboriginal owned art centres in the Kimberley have today launched Kimberley Aboriginal Artists, a powerful alliance strengthening artists and art centres in the region. Kimberley Aboriginal Artists is a new alliance that is committed to sharing the richness and diversity...» Read More

 

Bold vision of artistic rebirth

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2008-01-05 06:41:52

Bold vision of artistic rebirth January 5, 2008 Quoted from article: In a dusty corner of the outback, among artworks covered in dirt, Judith Ryan set out on a journey that has transformed the NGV's indigenous collection, writes Robin Usher. Judith Ryan will never...» Read More

 

Sydney Morning Herald - Shields and swords set cracking pace at Sotheby's auction

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2007-12-15 03:31:38

Peter Fish December 15, 2007 Article in the Sydney Morning Herald about the Sotheby's November 25 auction. Quoted from the article: If Tim Klingender was gnashing his teeth about a few unsold lots in Sotheby's recent Aboriginal and Oceanic Art sale in Paddington, it...» Read More

 

Artist’s work a family affair

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2007-10-05 13:09:17

Artist’s work a family affair The West Australian 4th October 2007 An article in the West Australian about the authenticity of Kimberley artist, Jack Dale's, works related to an exhibition at the Japingka...» Read More

 

Ochre on Board

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2007-07-20 00:00:00

Smaller works by East Kimberley artists who re-visit the tradition of painting onto board with ochre paint. The painted boards are an integral part of Gija culture where they are carried on the shoulders of dancers during ceremony. More recently...» Read More

 

Grandkids

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2007-03-23 00:00:00

With famous Kimberley artists Jack Dale and Paddy Bedford as grandparents, these young artists take naturally to painting in ochre. This is a taste of how the next generation may develop within their...» Read More

 

Heather Umbagai

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2006-10-13 00:00:00

West Kimberley artist Heather Umbagai has prepared her first solo exhibition for Japingka Gallery. Heathers paintings are bright and freely worked images of her Kimberley...» Read More

 

Jack Dale - A Kimberley History

Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 2006-03-24 00:00:00

Senior Kimberley artist Jack Dale provides an artistic snapshot of life in the West Kimberley since the 1920s. Jack paints his memories of working bullock teams, Afghan camel traders, life in the stock camps, Aboriginal incarceration, and most of all...» Read More