Recent Artworks

February 5th, 2019

Debra MacDonald

July 11th, 2018

We’ve been lucky enough to have artist Debra MacDonald paint for the gallery in recent months….  Her Bush Medicine Leaf Paintings have been very popular… as they are very striking and beautifully painted….

Snake Vine by Francis Japarulla Kelly

February 19th, 2018

Newly arrived artwork by Francis Japarulla Kelly.

An ideal investment artwork.

This large Snake Vine painting by Francis Kelly, was cherished and loved, given pride of place in my home… but due to life circumstances I have regretfully parted with it… It is now on display at Indigenu gallery… and available to find a new home, taking pride of place again for someone else to love and enjoy. (Previous Owner Mat).

Francis is a high profile Artist and Film-maker… Married to Indigenu Artist, Alice Granties. He is known for his work on the films “Bush Mechanics” and “Coniston”. He is also a long standing member of the Central Land Council, Holding the position of Chair for several years running. He was the 2011 winner of the Tudawali Award (Message Sticks Film Festival), in 1999 he won an AFI award for his work on Bush Mechanics, the Troy Albert award for Best Cinematography and the Preston Memorial Award for “Lifetime Achievement” from the Indigenous Remote Communications Association. Francis is a board member of iCTV (Indigenous Community TV) and was a founding member of NITV ( National Indigenous TV ). Apart from his significant contribution to media/tv and film, he is a talented painter, having produced many beautiful artworks.

Recent Artworks

January 8th, 2018

Some recent artworks brought into the gallery in January 2018.


Large Format Painting by Deborah McDonald

March 6th, 2017

An amazing large format painting by Deborah McDonald… ! It’s a stunning painting that measures 1907 x 1600 cm..

Debra McDonald Nangala, was born in October 1963 at Papunya Camp. She is the granddaughter of the late Shorty Lungkata Tjungurrayi (c.1920-1987) who was a Pintubi man from Lake MacDonald in the Gibson Desert, Central Australia. In 1948 he moved to Haasts Bluff and Papunya, and both Debra and Shorty’s stories refer to his country of Lake MacDonald. Debra was married to the nephew of Turkey Tolson and son of the great female artist Mitjili.

Her paintings have been documented in Geoffrey & James Bardon’s book “Papunya A Place Made After the Story. The Beginning of the Western Desert Painting Movement”




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