This black and white piece by Betty Mbitjana beats to a different rhythm; one that quietly makes a statement, grounded in it's own space and confined to it's square boundaries. An uncommon and striking artwork.
Tomorrow marks the last day of Desert Dots II.
If you're the kind of person who loves a drizzly afternoon, sitting by the window with a camomile tea (or other hot beverage), with a good book, listening to sweet beats, or just watching the rain hit the glass, then you'll know the inspiration and energy that can come from a dark and moody space.
Adding dark colours and textures to rooms, whether large or small, can create a cosy space you just want to hunker down in and never leave!
Circular designs in this painting represent Aremela Rockhole, the largest of five sacred rockholes in close proximity to each other.
Tomorrow marks the last day of Lost Legends.
Six small Angelina Ngale 'Atham-areny Story' have arrived. If you're interested, hurry online as they likely won't last long!
This graceful artwork by Gloria Petyarre, a multi award winning Australian artist, is a piece we want to highlight especially because we're all about green right now (see our 'Tips For Decorating With Green' article).
"...a very high proportion [of his paintings] are rendered with the greatest integrity and intimate detail. The best of these are a pleasure to behold, and a privilege to possess."
Greeny Purvis Petyarre was an elder of Alhalkere country, holding ownership of Dreaming stories and ceremonies. He had a deep respect and bond with his land and lived a long life at Boundary Bore, an outstation situated in his country in the Utopia region.
Read more about Greeny who is featured in our current exhibition Lost Legends | 3 Feb - 31 March 2017.