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”




New Artworks from February 2017

February 20th, 2017

Traditional Artworks from Private Collection now available

January 26th, 2017

As of January 2017… This private collection has become available to the public through Indigenu Gallery… Attached are a few of the highlights of the collection… If you are a collector of these very traditional kinds of aboriginal artworks, feel free to drop in and browse the collection.



New in the gallery….

September 12th, 2016

Womens Ceremony, amazing! 2.2 metres x1.6 metres… by Debra-Nangala-McDonald

An intricate beautifully executed colourful design depicting rock holes, swamp land, Tali Tjuta(Big Mob Sand hills) and Mungari (bush tucker sites) of Debra’s mother and fathers country Blackwater Outstation, 5 Kms. South of Papunya Community in the area of the artist’s birthplace.

New Didgeridoos

August 31st, 2016

We are very lucky to have some wonderful Didgeridoos on offer made and painted by artist Karl Hardy. They are beautifully crafted “musical didgeridoo”, they are all tested and sound fantastic (they are not just ornamental). Prices range from $200 through to $450, very well made and beautifully painted.

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