Australian Indigenous Artists
Located in Perth, Western Australia, Japingka Aboriginal Art has for over 30 years represented many of Australia’s most famous Aboriginal artists. View 4,500 Aboriginal art paintings, use the online Enquiry Cart for purchase details.
Kurun Warun’s predecessors have lived around the Western District Lakes area of Victoria for thousands of years. They include Girai Wurrung and Djargurd Wurrung people from the country around Warrnambool, and the Gunditjmara people from further north at Portland and Lake Condah....
Warlpiri artists from Yuendumu were amongst the first communities to take up the desert art movement that spread from Papunya. In fact the senior men of the community established a Museum for the cultural artefacts in 1971, at a similar time when the Papunya artists began to record the first stories painted on murals and […]...
Learn more about some of the prominent stories that Aboriginal artists use in their paintings, stories that are shared across a range of artists and language groups.
A selection of in-depth educational articles that cover the context and background to Aboriginal art and culture, including interviews with artists and art collectors.
An in depth list of resources for teachers and educators, including resource topics such as theme, artist, story, style, region and history .
Paintings from Leading Aboriginal Artists. A selection of artworks from contemporary indigenous Australian artists. Japinkga Aboriginal Art is one of Australia's major exhibiting Aboriginal art galleries.
One of Australia's most popular artists, Gloria Petyarre paints Bush Medicine Leaves, with its unique three dimensional effect and flowing movement across the canvas.
Wide ranging posts on various aspects of Aboriginal art and exhibitions, art collecting, new artists’ projects and emerging news.
The remarkable story of the emergence of the contemporary Aboriginal art movement in Australia, the last great art movement of the 20th century - and the first of the 21st.
New paintings from Rosella Namok, reflecting the heat and rain of the Lockhart River community in Australia's Cape York Peninsula.