Investment Art from prominant artist Michael Nelson Tjakamarra


February 11th, 2015

Michael Nelson Tjakamarra (jagamarra, jakamarra)

 

( Wikipedia )

 

Tjakamarra was born at Vaughan Springs in the Northern Territory around 1949. He first saw white men at Mt Doreen station and remembers hiding in the bush in fear. Michael lived at Haasts Bluff for a time with the same family group as Long Jack Phillipus Tjakammara. Later his parents took him to Yuendumu for European education at the mission school. He left school after initiation and worked pig shooting, driving trucks, droving cattle and was in the Army before coming back to Yuendumu and then to Papunya to settle and marry his current wife. He moved to Papunya in 1976 and worked in the government store and observed the work of many of the older artists for many years before he began to paint regularly in 1983.

 

Michael is famous for his significant granite mural in the forecourt of the new Parliament House, which he designed in 1988 his 27 foot long painting for the foyer of the Sydney Opera House in 1987 and also for his BMW Art Car Project.

 

Indigenu is proud to represent the owner in selling one of Michael’s paintings as a significant investment artwork.  Please email tony@indigenu.com.au or call Tony on 0404 149 617 to express your interest in this artwork.

Some more examples of Michael Work.



Some New Paintings from January 2015


January 27th, 2015

Here are a few of my favourites that have come into the gallery recently…  some have already sold though.



Recent works – November 2014


November 18th, 2014



what’s hot this month?


October 14th, 2014



Male / Female Stickers


May 26th, 2014

These stickers were painted by our favorite Audrey Brumby…   They represent male and female, the stickers are a great way to be “culturally inclusive” in the workplace, They can be put on the doors of your office facilities (male/female).   Both showing a respect for your indigenous employees and creating awareness of some of the most basic of indigenous iconography.

 



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