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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"      

New Artworks from February 2017

February 20th, 2017



Guided Art Session – Jan 27th 2018

January 1st, 2018
Saturday the 27th of January 2018... We are launching a new kind of event. Check out our facebook event for more details.


Suitable for groups (of 5 - 10 people), adults with children, educators, art-enthusiasts, social groups etc.. The session cost is $85.00 per person for a 2.5 hour experience. It includes native inspired catering (either morning or afternoon tea), and each person will go home with a mini artwork they produce themselves, as guided by an Aboriginal artist. Sessions can be booked ahead for your own private group, or you can attend events that we scheduled throughout the year. Our inaugural, Guided Art Session will be launched on Saturday the 27th of January 2018, bookings are essential, email tony on tony@indigenu.com.au or call 0404 149 617 ( A $10 deposit is required to secure yourself a place in the event ).  See you there !

Indigenu Sala 2017 August 11th 6pm

August 8th, 2017
YOU ARE INVITED, FRIDAY 11th August 2017, 6pm ! Phew Indigenu is now ready for Friday's SALA Exhibition Launch.... (by Indigenous Artist Coral Hayes Pananka) Looking brilliant...! so happy with the collection.... There are 20 beautiful artworks proudly on display... They have to been seen in person to really appreciate their beauty... ! THE DETAILS: Indigenu Gallery 131 Sturt St, Adelaide 6pm (indigenous inspired food and wine... didgeridoo player and the artist will be in attendance !). Everyone is welcome, bring friends and family... Lucky door prize as well !
Very much looking forward to it !  

Desert Jewels – SALA 2017

June 28th, 2017
Our 2017 SALA artist is Coral Hayes Pananka,  Coral strongly respects and honours her Yorta Yorta, Arrente heritage, stories and culture.  The use of characteristically intricate dot work and the skillful application of metallic paints enhance her already beautiful artworks.  At this moment we believe that Coral's precision and design skills are unmatched in South Australia and she is certainly among the best contemporary indigenous artists Australia has to offer.  The exhibition will feature a collection of uniform format works,  professionally box framed. Please come along to the exhibition launch on Friday the 11th of August, (feel free to bring family and friends, to enjoy the food, music and art !)  



Guided Art Session - Jan 27th 2018

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sale_1aSome New Paintings from January 2015

IMG_1186_ccIndigenu paintings for the Italy Visit

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IMG_0477Male / Female Stickers

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Anna Petyarre
Audrey Brumby
Benjamin Miller
Colin Weetra
Coral Hayes Pananka
David Thorpe and Jacinta Dixon
Joy Petyarre
Justinna Sims Naparljari
Lily Kelly Napangardi
Nelly Patterson
Priscilla Nagamarra Escobar
Stephen Pitjara Petyarre
Gallery Sales / Catering:
Tony Straccia
0404 149 617
131 Sturt Street,
Adelaide SA 5000
Online Art Sales:
Louisa de Vries
0425 750 415
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