Cecily Willis is a leading ceramicist whose exceptional skill enables her to create endless new forms and glazes. The works in this exhibition were created with a raku or stoneware clay. During he raku reduction process, smoke from the burning material impregnates the clay surface resulting in mercurial impressions of shadow and light.
Aubrey was born in 1974 at the Pintupi outstation of Yayi Yayi and is the son of world renowned painter Ronnie Tjampitjinpa, a shareholder, former Director of Papunya Tula Artists, and one of the most important and successful artists in the Company’s history. In the early eighties Aubrey lived for a while on his father’s oustation known as Ininti, slightly north west of the community where he went through traditional law in Tjukurla. His style is closely recognizable to that of his fathers, no doubt as a result of him watching and studying his father working for over four decades. Aubrey painted his first works for the Company in 2019 and has since become a regular figure in the Kintore studio. As a traditional owner of the country close to Kintore his paintings refer to the stories central to that area, including the story of the Two Traveling Women, the Perentie Dreaming and the Fire Dreaming at Wilkinkarra (Lake Mackay).
We are proud to present a solo exhibition by Aubrey Tjangala. He is the son of world renowned painter Ronnie Tjampitjinpa, a shareholder, former Director of Papunya Tula Artists, and one of the most important and successful artists in the Company’s history.
The Kaltjiti Art Centre straddles the banks of the Officer Creek in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara lands and is recognised internationally for its bold and powerful rendition of country and culture.
Warlayirti artists Patsy and Marie Mudgedell celebrate the stories, journeys and culture of their family in this striking exhibition.
3 Young Fellas Corban Clause Williams, Cyril Whyoulter and Derrick Butt showcases their work together for the first time.
Ngukurr Arts artists Wally Wilfred and Gwenneth Blitner showcase the stories associated with Waral in this stunning exhibition.
Colour is at the heart of expression for Gaye Coyne. A tribute to light and the colour it brings, and how it gives our world meaning.
Geoff Todd has blended his Top End experiences with his extensive knowledge of Australian history to create this compelling exhibition.
Linda Joy is a practicing landscape artist directly influenced by the unique life and culture of the Top End. Her work is predominately landscapes that hover between a traditional and modern representation, with a focus on the integrity and the fragility of country.
Nyangulya Katie Nalgood has a strong affinity with birds, the diverse feathered creatures filling her personal history as well as cultural life. They are as much a part of her Country as she is, and their songs are the sound memories of her home.