Traditionally in Culture there is men’s business and women’s business. The traditional structures that supported balance between people and nature’s many facets are represented in paintings. The stories we see today are the same stories as have always been told. Some are maps, some are explainations, some are about history, ancetors, beliefs, wisdom and survial.
This is why we separate the artwork by gender in both online work and as much as possible we are also aware of this in Gallery spaces.

Adam Tunkin

Adam Tunkin
Adam is from the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands in the far north of South Australia.… Read More

Alan Pitjara

Alan Pitjara
The circles represent where the men have travelled through and the hand made weapons they use to hunt tucker for their tribes. … Read More

Ancient Legends Investment

Ancient Legends Investment
These Artists have sadly passed, their work holding moments in time in the Aboriginal Art journey… Read More

Andrew Ebatarinja

Andrew Ebatarinja
In the centre of this beautiful painting we see four women sitting ( U shapes) with their digging sticks beside them.… Read More

Bob Gibson Tjungurrayi

Bob Gibson Tjungurrayi
A series of concentric squares pulsate with the searing heat of the Western Desert, the colours meld and overlap, creating a transparency of paint that flutters across the ground of the painting. These are the designs of the Tingari ceremony… Read More

Cedric Varcoe

Cedric Varcoe
Cedric Varcoe was born in Adelaide in 1984 with a strong family connection to Raukkan and Point Pierce, South East ;South Australia.… Read More

Chris Crebbin

Chris Crebbin
I have been painting ever since I was a child. Inspired by Mother and Grandmother. … Read More

Colin Brown

Colin Brown
Colin Brown… Read More

Corey Turner – Kaurna

Corey Turner – Kaurna
Corey is a Senior Kaurna man from Southern Adelaide, South Australia.long with others he is Custodian of Lore/Law on Kaurna Country.… Read More

Damien Marks Jungala

Damien Marks Jungala
Damien was taught how to paint the Dreamtime stories by highly acclaimed artists Clifford Possum, Billy Stockman and Uta Uta. He is now a respected Papunya Tula artist in his own right and is married to talented artist Yilpi Mar… Read More

David Moolooloo

David Moolooloo
David paints of the Dreamtime of his homelands around Roper River Northen Territory … Read More

Graham Louie Harradine

Graham Louie Harradine
Kuarna Artist Uncle Louie … Read More

Grant Ahang Ahang

Grant Ahang Ahang
Grant in the gallery with this lovely set/ Each one has detailed backgrounds and the story on the back… Read More

Hilary Wirri Jabaltjari

Hilary Wirri Jabaltjari
Hilary Wirri Jabaltjari, Aboriginal Artist. Painted at Glenelg Art Gallery… Read More

Joshua Kropinyeri

Joshua Kropinyeri
Joshua Kropinyeri is a Ramindjeri man from southern South Australia.… Read More

Kevin Namatjira

Kevin Namatjira
Kevin Namatjira is the grandson of Albert Namatjira. His parents, Maurice and Epana, were also artists, who raised Kevin in Hermannsburg along with his five siblings … Read More

Kudditji Kngwarreye

Kudditji Kngwarreye
Kudditji Kngwarreye is the half brother of the late Emily Kame Kngwarreye. He had a traditional bush upbringing and worked as a stockman and mine worker for many years. He was an Anmatyerre elder and the traditional custodian of many important Dreamings… Read More

Lance Atkinson

Lance Atkinson
This is a rare private collection of spectacular work by Lance Atkinson… Read More

Lindsay May

Lindsay May
Lindsay's unique style of landscape painting is as breathtaking as his Country he is sharing.… Read More

Mark Yanima Pan

Mark Yanima Pan
"Nguru Amata" Three Wati (Initiated Men) came from the East through Papunya and Utopia to Pitjantjara Country and tell the Wind to get this Yankunytjatjara Wati he must move away from the Tale Jukurrpa they are doing… Read More

Marshall Jangala Robinson

Marshall  Jangala  Robinson
Marshall Jangala Robertson was born in 1974 in Darwin, the closest hospital to Lajamanu, an Aboriginal community in semi-arid country on the edge of the desert. He is married to Justinna Simms and spends time between Adelaide and Alice Springs.… Read More

Richard Gamarrung Watts

Richard Gamarrung Watts
Richard is the nephew of well known artists Edward Blitner and David Moolooloo, both of whom are commercial artists who's styles are consistent in handing down the stories of the Mimi's Hunting on the Roper River, Northern Territory, Australia. … Read More

Robert Fielding

Robert Fielding
Robert was born in 1959 in Port Lincoln South Australia. His home is Mimili (North West South Australia) His Language is Western Arranda/Yangkunytjatjara/Afghan… Read More

Stanley Geebung

Stanley Geebung
Stanley Geebung is from the Gungarri people of Augathella in South West Queensland.… Read More

Stephen Martin Pitjara

Stephen Martin Pitjara
Stephen has a versatile confident style and a rich choice of Stories to share, from a family history of celebrated Artists including  Stephens famous sisters Gloria Petyarre and Anna Pitjara Price. With a natural gift for interpenetrating stories through painting and a passion to create beautiful pieces… Read More

Stephen Martin Pitjarra Pg 2

Stephen Martin Pitjarra Pg 2
(Alyawarra, Northern Territory) Resides in AdelaideStephen was born 1974, in Utopia region, east of Alice Springs, Northern Territory. From a family of renowned artists, Stephen is the son of the late Glory Ngala, nephew of Kuddtji Kngwarreye and brother of Anna Price Pitjara. Stephen’s artworks explore a number of themes including Emu Dreaming, Yam Dreaming,...

Tasman Kleingeld Tjapaltjarri

Tasman Kleingeld Tjapaltjarri
Tasman’s artwork is a reflection of his family’s strong connection to country. Tasman’s family come from the Mullen and Balgo communities of Western Australia, bearing ties to the Warlpirri and Ngarti … Read More

Taylor Cooper

Taylor Cooper
The important site of the Wanampi Tjukurrpa and Taylor is ‘nguraritja’ , a traditional custodian of The Rainbow Serpent ( or WaterSnake) Dreaming as The Malara Wanampi is his Totemic Ancestor. “That Wanampi came from Malara. He went to Kunytjanu near Pipalyatjara. … Read More

Tjamu Murray George Pitjantjatjara

Tjamu Murray George Pitjantjatjara
(Tjamu is the Pitjantjatjara peoples' word for Grandfather) Murray George has been a leader in both worlds, as a traditional man and Chair of APY Lore and Culture Committee… Read More

Tommy Doolan

Tommy Doolan
Tommy at the Gallery with his latest piece "Wild Plumbs" … Read More