We acknowledge the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation as the Traditional Custodians of the Country we work on today. We recognise their continuing connection to the land and waters, and thank them for protecting this coastline and its ecosystems since time immemorial. We pay our respects to Elders past and present, and extend that respect to all First Nations people present today.
In these continuing uncertain 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.
To the custodians of the West MacDonnell Ranges Tjurritja or Tjoritja refers to the caterpillar dreaming that travels east from Alice Springs to Glen Helen. This is Reinhold Inkamala’s Country, which he paints with deep respect and passion.
The legacy of the great Albert Namitjira is there to see in his work. But in contrast to Namatjira’s watercolours, Inkamala moves the Aboriginal landscape tradition forward, painting the folding ranges of Mount Sonder (Rrutjipma), the native bush and black cockatoos in striking acrylics on canvas.
Opening 3 September, 254 Bronte Road, 2024
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Reinhold Inkamala Mt Sonder 119cm x 70cm
254 Bronte Road
Waverley NSW 2024
For June and July 2022 we are open Wednesday to Saturday. 10am to 5pm weekdays and 10am to 4pm on Saturday.
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