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)

Walangkura Napanangka

Walangkura is one of the most highly respected artists among her community. Her work is instanly recognisable, and breathatking in its beauty.



Painting Detail | 98 x 33cm | $2,500

Willy Tjungurrayi

Willy‘s most famous style is Hail Storm at Kaakuratinjtam which tells the story of a journey undertaken by his Tingari ancestors. His work is highly regarded and collectible.



Yinapura Nangala

Yinapura is the daughter of Anatjarri Tjampitjinpa and she maintains the fine standards that he set for his art. In 2009 she won the Testra Art Award, and is becomming recognised as one of the second generations brightest stars.