In these unprecedented times, buying a piece of Aboriginal Art is not an indulgence, it's essential. Be it a significant work by an acclaimed artist or a simple homeware item, it will keep our artists and their commuities going, our galleries open and our culture strong.
Every painting has been hand picked by owner Nichola Dare who travels to art centres in remote Aboriginal communities to source the very best work.
Our collection is truly diverse: from the strident ochres of the Kimberley to untamed abstracts from the Western Desert: from emerging artists to some of Aboriginal art’s biggest names, who have featured in major exhibitions at national galleries.
Thank you for visiting Aboriginal Contemporary. We hope you love these beautiful and inspiring paintings as much as we do.
Please join us on 29 May for the opening of Lurrtjurringkula/Tjunguringanyi - Coming Together
Lurrtjurringkula is from Ngaanyatjarra language, Tjunguringanyi is Pitjantjara. Artists Tjarwina Porter and Katjarra
Butler are from the art centre at Kaltukatjara; Tjukupati James and Mary Gibson from Tjukurla. Over many years a
special relationship has developed between these artists and their art centres and movement and collaboration
between them is now a regular event.
The origins of Western Desert contemporary art were male-led, but today, both art centres are spearheaded by
strong women whose work is guided by deep cultural knowledge and the authority and respect they have in their
View the catalogue HERE
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Mary Gibson 177.8cm x 147.3cm
254 Bronte Road
Waverley NSW 2024
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Saturday 10am to 5pm
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