New Artworks from Oct 2019


October 29th, 2019

Some recent artworks worth showing off…

New and interesting additions to the gallery… Some fantastic Bush Medicine Leaf Paintings by Bernadine Johnson, An Emu Dreaming by Allan Pitjarra, Waterhole Story by Marshall Robertson, BML by Audrey Brumby and water story by Audrey Brumby… And a stunning seed dreaming painting by Marshall Robertson…

 



New Artwork from Sep 2019


September 10th, 2019

Some very interesting works have walked in the door lately…. A beautiful Emu Dreaming By Alan Pitjara, a Bush Plum painting By Molly Peterson, A Tali Painting by Freda Price, a story painting by Audrey Brumby and Milky Way by Edna Rupert.



New and Interesting things !


June 26th, 2019

New and interesting things to see… Check out these two beautiful Didgeridoos, beautifully crafted from mallee wood by Ben Zarko…. Also a great range of small and medium stretched canvases at the moment…. and a lovely painting by Bernadine Johnson… Bush Medicine Leaf. And two Anna Petyarre paintings… A beautifully colorful springtime painting and a stunning black and white Tali Painting… Heaps of great stock at the moment if you are looking for a gift or something special to brighten up a wall this winter… !

 

 



New artworks March 2019


March 11th, 2019

Two beautiful Paintings by Molly Peterson… The black and white is called “wild desert berry” (they are very beautiful and are in high demand….), The circular stretched painting… is roughly 90cm wide and represents, wild desert food, Its also a clearance sale item for this week, at $375 an amazing price. The third painting… is by Bernadine Johnson, a beautiful Bush medicine leaf in shades of red and apricot.



Art worth checking out !


February 26th, 2019



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