Aboriginal artworks on display are from emerging and urban artists to the most highly respected established Aboriginal artists

They include artworks ranging from ‘entry level / affordable’ works to high-end ‘investment / collector’ pieces.

The main focus is on Aboriginal art from  Central and Western desert, but there are also works from other Australian Aboriginal art communities;  including The Kimberley, Arnhem Land at the Top End.

Our philosophy is to purchase the high quality artworks we have for sale or corporate rental rather than to rely on ‘consignment’, which usually delays payment to the artist for extended periods until the works are on-sold. 

Artworks are sourced from:

  • Community Aboriginal Art Centres
  • Reputable private art dealers and artists’ representatives
  • Direct commission of artists
  • Auctions and private secondary market purchases (within Australia and Internationally)

Bill Whiskey Tjapaltjarri

Bill Whiskey started painting when he was in his 80‘s, and for just the last four years of his life. In those short years his skill, talent, and knowledge were used to full effect. Bills work is visually arresting, and very complex.



Painting Detail | 121 x 121cm | $41,800

Billy Stockman Tjapaltjarri

Starting life with the loss of most of his family in the 1928 Coniston Massacre, Billy went on to become one of the most well respected and sought after artists in the Aboriginal art world. His work is colourful and filled with traditional imagery.



Painting Detail | 90 x 68cm | $11,100

Candy Nakamara

Candy is an up and coming artist from Papunya Tjupi meaning a New Beginning (Tjupi means honey ant), not to be confused with Papunya Tula, this artists group began in November 2007.



Carol Nampitjinpa

Carol‘s work primarily depicts aspects of the "Tingari Cycle", one of the most secret and sacred of all Aboriginal dreamings.



Painting Detail | 120 x 120cm | $2,200

Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri

Clifford was arguably the most influential Aboriginal artist to ever pick up a brush. Present at its inception in Papunya in 1972, Clifford helped shape, and drive the Aboriginal Art Movement with his passion, creativity, imagination and talent.



Painting Detail | 121 x 92cm | 45,000

Dinny Nolan Tjampitjinpa

Dinny, like many of the older men in his family was one of the earliest artists to work with acrylic paint in the 1970‘s. He was a senior member of the Walpiri people, and as such held great responsibilities



Dorothy Robinson Napangardi

Dorothy is considered to be one of the finest women artists in the Aboriginal community. Her work displays the power of contrast - many of her pieces could most simply be described as white dots on a black background, but they are a powerful and beautiful depiction of her country.



Painting Detail | 91 x 151cm | $18,000

Eileen Napaltjarri

Eileen Napaltjarri uses bold, vivid colours, and contrast to create intricate and stunning designs in her work. Eileen‘s work has a unique look and ditinctive style.



Painting Detail | 122 x 122cm | $9,600

Emily Kame Kngwarreye

Emily is undoubtedly one of the most influential artists in Australian history. Her work has been displayed around the world and is in incredibly high demand. Emily, like many of her contemporaries helped shape hte Aboriginal Art movement.



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Esther Bruno

Esther was raised by renowned artists Naata and Nancy Ross Nungarrayi, and has been influenced by them. Her work is usually in more muted colours, but constisting of complex and fascinating designs.



Painting Detail | 60 x 60cm | $550