Recent artwork to the gallery !

April 21st, 2016

Oscar Namatjira Watercolour

February 17th, 2016

A lovely original painting by Oscar Namatjira landed in the gallery this week (Oscar is son to the famous Albert Namitjira). Photo below pictures Keith And Oscar Namatjira, painting at the Todd River, 1965.

New works by Maria Malay

February 16th, 2016

Maria Malay collects ochre from dry creek beds around Bedford Downs, in the east Kimberley, for her paintings.
It’s her maternal Grandmother’s land and spiritually the ochre is an egg from the Rainbow Serpent. Her grandmother Junal was an important figure in the East Kimberley community and considered the keeper of many Kija traditions and the “mother” of the country covering Bedford Downs.
Maria is also of Afghan descent; her grandfather is Mahomet Malay, an Afghan camel driver and trader who worked on the Kimberley’s early frontier, and her father is Sally Malay (the son of Junal) who was a well known stockman in the 1940s, ’50s and ’60s and died in 1999.

Some new artwork….

May 20th, 2015


Amazing works from highly collectible artists !

March 3rd, 2015

Some really lovely limited edition framed prints and unstretched canvases have landed in the gallery this week. The artworks are by Jimmy Pike, Jenuarrie Judith Warrie and Dr Mary Mclean. This collection was acquired in the early 1980′s directly from the artists, the owner was a big collector of Jimmy Pike’s works.   All of these artists have excellent credentials having works in the National and State Galleries as well as a long history of producing fine artworks of significance.

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