This Spring we're all about colour.
Charged with electric colours and a deep cultural rhythm, our Spring 2019 collection brings a pulsating energy to awaken and inspire the senses.
New artwork by Charmaine Pwerle, Selina Teece, Angelina Ngale and more.
My Country by Selina Teece | 30cm x 30cm
Selina Teece paints the landscape of her country, Antarrengeny, just north of the Utopia region in Central Australia. Ghost gums are abundant in this area, as are termite mounds, wattles and other small flora.
Pencil Yam Seed by Eileen Bird | 30cm x 30cm
In the Dreamtime there are two parts to the Pencil Yam story that Eileen paints. Two different seeds were borne that created two different species of pencil yam; one called Atnwelarr which belongs to Alhalkere and Atnangkere countries, and the other called Arlatyeye which belongs to Eileen’s country.
Leaves by Gloria Petyarre | 60cm x 60cm
This painting represents leaves, some of which have medicinal qualities. This style by Gloria Petyarre is one of the most prestigious styles in Australian art, winning her the acclaimed Wynne Prize in 1999.
Awelye by Charmaine Pwerle | 60cm x 60cm
Women's ceremonies are performed to demonstrate respect for the land and ancestors, and ensure well-being and happiness within their community.
Each piece is original, unique, hand painted by the artist and shipped with love ♥
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In 2019, a beautiful dot painting by traditional Ahalpere woman Rosie Pwerle was viewed by more people around the world than any other currently available.
Coming in second was Lena Pwerle's Australian Soakage.
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