Loved and respected artist Cecily Willis is back again to entice us with her extraordinary ceramic creations.
We are proud to host the inaugural exhibition by gifted artist Max Bowden whose sublime images capture idyllic scenes of the Top End.
We are proud to present the inaugural exhibition by outstanding artist Danny Murphy, whose work encapsulates our harsh but alluring landscape.
Warmun Art Centre, established in 1998, is owned and governed by Gija people with 100% of income returning to the community.
Kaltjiti Arts was established in 1961 and in recent years has become a powerhouse in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands. Artists such as Witjiti George, Matjangka (Nyukana) Norris and Taylor Cooper are now well established in the Indigenous art market. This exhibition will present a selection of outstanding works with a special focus on Tjangili George, whose depictions of desert wildflowers are exquisite.
‘People want to keep their culture strong; doing painting, doing story from their grandfather, grandmother –Tjukurrpa “Dreaming” from long time. And they want to pass it on to their children.’ Jimmy Tchooga, Warlayirti Artists chairperson 2016 – 2018
Sarah Brown is a remarkable woman; not only is she the respected CEO of Western Desert Dialysis, but also a revered artist. Depicting familiar scenes of Central Australia Sarah has attracted devotees from across Australia. Her renditions of the deep blue desert sky and intense red of the desert sands capture the energy and sparkle of the country.