October 14th, 2014
October 14th, 2014
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.
November 3rd, 2013
The Esteemed Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri AO ( Officer of the Order of Australia)
Do you want to enjoy and savor your long term savings with a fine art purchase?
A fellow collector wisely thought to invest in art as part of his superannuation portfolio. It turns out that he was totally wise in doing so – no super scheme could match his very fine investment. It’s now time for him to forgo this investment and move on…………
As a result his astute purchase, decades ago he now offers for sale, a very fine collection of works with the first pieces being a pair of large paintings entitled ‘ Honey Ant Dreaming ’ a series painted in the late 1980’s on location at Alice Springs, Northern Territory by the esteemed artist, Clifford Possum. The documentation and provenance of these works are flawless with photographs and statutory declarations supporting their authenticity.
The value of the works are moderate but for the overall significance of these museum pieces being very much part of Australian art history, especially since Clifford Possum’s passing in 2002 makes them a fine investment. The collection is also very striking work enabling a collector to enjoy these works daily.
The 2 large paintings currently on offer are painted with original ochre on canvas currently unstretched and have never been displayed, meaning the colours are vibrant and uncompromised. They will be professionally stretched for the proud new owners ready for display if requested or they can be kept as they are – your choice.
Indigenu is very proud to have been chosen to coordinate the sale of this significant collection of works from reputed Central Australian Artists with the first two pieces being the Honey Ant Dreaming Series painted in the early 1990’s on location by Clifford Possum Tjupaltjarri.(AO)
As you all know Indigenu supports emerging artists however they are happy to enable these works to offered to their collectors as we know there are many Indigenu clients who are discerning and wanting to go to that high end of the Aboriginal art market. These works can only be seen by private appointment and will be available through an Expression of Interest that will be open to the close of business on the 1st day of December 2013. The owner reserves the right to sell prior to this date or remove it from circulation.
This is a really exciting opportunity for a true collector to obtain works of unmeasurable value and part of the fabric of Aboriginal art history. For your private viewing of these works please call Tony on 0404149617.
Due to the exclusive nature of these paintings and the fact they have never been shown before, we are only showing a portion of the artwork in these photos.
April 15th, 2013
Have you struggled to find something special to give and or take to overseas visitors? Your struggle is over as Indigenu has many beautiful items for giving from $10- $100 – mini frames with easles, wooden carvings, hand strung beads and unstretched canvases. When you have your next visitor or travel overseas make sure you drop into Indigenu and prepare yourself to give something truly unique. Come on, make an impression!
April 9th, 2013
A few recent pieces that have been brought in by some really talented artists. Always getting new stuff in to show off… I like these three the most today. But my favorites change all the time !
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