Marnie Jay’s love of animals and nature is the driving force behind her work. She is said to translate what she sees, “stripping away the science of subject into quirky acrylic paintings that capture the essence and personality of animals.”
Martumili Artists was established in late 2006 and supports Martu artists in Kunawarritji, Punmu, Parnngurr, Jigalong, Warralong, Irrungadji (Nullagine) and Parnpajinya (Newman). Their works reflect the dramatic geography and scale of their homelands in the Great Sandy Desert and are now gaining recognition for their diverse, energetic and unmediated painting styles
Papunya Tula artists work is highly regarded. Its powerful style has resulted in the Papunya Tula artists being represented in most public galleries.
Jenni Kemarre Martiniello has reinvented utilitarian objects as sculptural forms of inherent beauty and elegance.
Maningrida Arts & Culture is an art centre in the heart of the Kunibidji homelands of Arnhem Land. A constant source of artistic inspiration.
WARMUN ART CENTRE: The honesty and sincerity of these works are born from the relationship to country and kin.
Kaltjiti Arts is a community-based art centre located in the Kaltjiti Community in the far north of South Australia.
TEACHING THE YOUNG ONES: The art centre is strongly committed to improving economic participation of Aboriginal people and maintaining cultural heritage.
Warnayaka Art Centre is located in Lajamanu in the Tanami Desert. They specialise in Warlpiri art.
This One’s for Mic: Described as irreverent and contentious. Rob’s new exhibition is laden with the same confronting humour and intelligent piss-takes.