These Artists have sadly passed, their work holding moments in time in the Aboriginal Art journey

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Daniel Goodwin

Daniel Goodwin
Daniel Goodwin was born at Kenmore Part Station (ErnabellaSA) in 1947. … Read More

Kumantjai Petyarre

Kumantjai Petyarre
Kumantjai Petyarre. 1945 - 2021 one of Australia's most distinguished artists, showcasing her extraordinary talent in both solo and group exhibitions since the 1980's.… Read More

Max Mansell

Max Mansell
Max is an Indigenous Tasmanian, born in 1965. He is from the Oyster Bay area, and Big River language group. Max was a keeper of the Aboriginal sacred site at Oyster Cove … Read More

Mitjili Napurrula

Mitjili Napurrula
In the process of gradually reducing the complexity of her imagery she worked toward creating a tapestry of repeated shapes and symbols that convey a personal vision and individual style. Her singularly distinctive iconography may be highlighted through the dazzling combination of strong complimentry tones or, alternatively, as in this striking example, may just as...

Mungurappin Maymuru

Mungurappin Maymuru
Mungurrapin Maymuru, born 13 March 1956, is a member of the Manggalili (Yolngu) clan of bark painters, printmakers, sculptors and cultural ambassadors. The Manggalili are a clan of some fifty members whose main areas of land are in the region of Cape Shield in eastern Arnhem Land. The present clan members are the descendants of...

Old Masters

Old Masters
Please contact us to view as they deserve uninterrupted time shared. … Read More

Two Bob Tjungurrai

Two Bob Tjungurrai
Two Bob is Christine Brown's Uncle.Two Bob worked as a butcher at the new Papunya Settlement. In the early 1980’s he was encouraged to paint his… Read More

Walawa Tjapaljarri

Walawa Tjapaljarri
Tingari or Tingarri Cycle (Aboriginal mythology) embodies a vast series of song-lines, locations and events that traverse the Western Desert region of Australia. The Tingari is significant to the Pintubi people of this region.… Read More

William King Jungala

William King Jungala
William King Jungala's paintings focus on the five elements — water, bush, cloud, earth and fire — often from an aerial perspective. … Read More