October 13th, 2015
The latest series of gift cards... are now available ! They features some really beautiful new artworks from a variety local artists including Anna Petyarre, Colin Weetra, and Joy Petyarre. Cards are sold individually for $3, 2 cards for $5 or a pack of 5 cards for $10. If you are starting to think about sending out christmas cards, you might want to grab a few bundles, its a good way to support local artists and they are exclusive to Indigenu.. !
August 13th, 2015
Alert! Stop Press!
An Adelaide art collector has funded
a residency of Anna Petyarre to paint for Indigenu for the next week. We are very grateful and proud to bring this opportunity to you and welcome Anna here from today. If her wonderful work has been on your wish list this is your chance. She is in great demand as an artist and future opportunities may be limited and the last time prior to her work increasing in value..............
June 18th, 2015
The palya Panda has been with Indigenu from its beginnings in 2010 and was part of the media hype associated with the arrival of the pandas to the Adelaide Zoo.
She has had many adventures since being painted by Audrey Brumby - she has visited many schools, universities, she has been strapped to a car roof and travelled around SA for the Variety Club and spent time at an autistic kindy. She has been a hard worker for SA.
It is time for her to have a permanent home in a corporate foyer , office suite or learning institution. Offers over $1000 considered.
June 15th, 2015
Dear Friends and Family of Indigenu,
We are very happy to be able to host an exhibition of works by the very charming Colin Weetra. Colin has become a dear friend and colleague of the gallery. He is a very talented, knowledgeable and inspiring, which comes across very clearly in his artworks. His artworks are influenced by the colors of the Australian Landscape, Flora and Fauna that he has experienced in his travels around outback Australia. Colin has been painting for many years now, having completed several large scale murals, canvases sold in Australia and overseas, he is experimental with the surfaces he paints on and often uses his paints to create textures that invoke a sense of terrain, landscape or a water surface.
The exhibition launch is open to everyone, so reserve the date in your calendar, and bring along a few friends, you are more than welcome. We also have nibbles and refreshments provided by food.indigenu.com.au including a range of Indigenous inspired savory and sweet treats.
We look forward to seeing you then.