Introducing Japingka Aboriginal Art Gallery To The USA

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Original Aboriginal Artworks Shipped to the United States of America

Aboriginal artists maintain a unique perspective based on a 50,000 year continuous settlement of the Australian continent. Their art reflects the spiritual and practical connections to environment, ecology and resources, embedded in Dreamtime culture and Law.

Some of the well-recognised Aboriginal artists from recent times include Gloria Petyarre, Mitjili Napurrula, Kudditji Kngwarreye, Tommy Watson, Rosella Namok and Gabriella Possum. The list is extensive, so please feel free to contact us for further information on any of your preferences.

Japingka Gallery has occupied the current two-storey warehouse gallery site for 21 years. We have held over 200 Aboriginal art exhibitions and hold stock of over 4,500 artworks. We love the variety that comes from Aboriginal artists across the country. Each region having its own style, language and Dreaming culture.

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When we began working with Aboriginal artists in 1983. We had little idea that it would lead to an amazing 33 year journey. During that time we have witnessed the phenomenal cultural outpouring of Indigenous artwork from remote communities that spread across the Central Deserts and beyond.

We share the insights and knowledge that come from the artists, through our education outreach pages and in articles, interviews, blog posts and resource pages. We provide the information and provenance documents with all our paintings. Japingka has maintained long-standing relationships with artists and their families, and ensures ethical dealings in purchasing the artworks.

Art collectors and art institutions in Australia and worldwide have been active participants in recognising and supporting the unique voice found in Aboriginal art. You may view the Artists pages for over 100 leading artists to browse and appreciate the diversity of art styles.

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Aboriginal artists maintain a unique perspective based on a 50,000 year continuous settlement of the Australian continent. Their art reflects the spiritual and practical connections to the environment, ecology, and resources, embedded in Dreamtime culture and Law.

Some of the well-recognised Aboriginal artists from recent times include Gloria Petyarre, Mitjili Napurrula, Kudditji Kngwarreye, Tommy Watson, Rosella Namok and Gabriella Possum. The list is extensive, so please feel free to contact us for further information on any of your preferences.

Japingka Gallery has occupied the current two-storey warehouse gallery site for 21 years. We have held over 200 Aboriginal art exhibitions and hold stock of over 4,500 artworks. We love the variety that comes from Aboriginal artists across the country. Each region having its own style, language and Dreaming culture.

When we began working with Aboriginal artists in 1983. We had little idea that it would lead to an amazing 33 year journey. During that time we have witnessed the phenomenal cultural outpouring of Indigenous artwork from remote communities that spread across the Central Deserts and beyond.

We share the insights and knowledge that come from the artists, through our education outreach pages and in articles, interviews, blog posts and resource pages. We provide the information and provenance documents with all our paintings. Japingka has maintained long-standing relationships with artists and their families and ensures ethical dealings in purchasing the artworks.

Art collectors and art institutions in Australia and worldwide have been active participants in recognising and supporting the unique voice found in Aboriginal art. You may view the Artists pages for over 100 leading artists to browse and appreciate the diversity of art styles.

When you buy from Japingka Aboriginal Art, we provide:

Certificate of Provenance signed by Japingka Aboriginal Art
Documentation for the story associated with the art work
Biography of the artist
Information on the region
Photos where available

Fully Insured, Free Worldwide Shipping

Japingka Aboriginal Art Gallery offers a fully insured freighting service, shipping worldwide for free. Once the order has been dispatched, it usually takes between 5-7 working days for delivery.

Payment Options

Japingka Aboriginal Art provides payment facilities via credit card or direct bank transfers (electronic funds transfer). Among the credit cards we accept are American Express (surcharge payable on AMEX), MasterCard. Credit card details are not stored after the processing of your purchase.

How To Buy

  • View: View our Indigenous Australian artworks online and click the Add To Enquiry Cart button to add artworks into your basket.
  • Enquire: Proceed through the Enquiry Checkout, to send your enquiry through to the Japingka Aboriginal Art Gallery. Any questions you have can be asked through the for provided, and the staff will get back to you as soon as possible, the gallery is open 7 days a week
  • Pricing and Information: Pricing will be provided to you by Japingka Aboriginal Art Gallery will
    along with any other information about the artworks you have expressed an interest in.

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