Australian Aboriginal Art
Located in Perth, WA, Japingka Gallery has for over 30 years represented many of Australia’s most famous Aboriginal artists. Over 4,000 Aboriginal art paintings are available, use the online Enquiry Cart for details of specific artworks.
Camel Camp is one of about twenty outstation camps on the Utopia Homelands. These small settlements have been the basis of family life for the Alywarr and Anmatyerr people. Leading artists include Angelina Ngal Pwerle, Kathleen Ngale, Gladdy Kemarre, Polly Ngale, Susan Pitjara Hunter and Josie Petrick Kemarre....
George Tuckerbox painted the country and waterholes that he remembered from his childhood, from the time when his family lived off the resources of their traditional lands. Many of his paintings show the parallel rows of sandhills that flow out from Central Australia and dominate the landscape....
A selection of educational articles that cover the context and background to Aboriginal art and culture, including interviews with artists and art collectors.
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.
An in depth list of resources for teachers and educators, including resource topics such as theme, artist, story, style, region and history .
Japingka Gallery - one of Australia's major exhibiting Aboriginal art galleries - presents a selection of artworks from contemporary indigenous Australian artists.
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.
Australian Aboriginal dot paintings are typical of a style of art works from the Central and Western Desert. They are a medium for telling stories and enlivening culture.
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.
New paintings from Rosella Namok, reflecting the heat and rain of the Lockhart River community in Australia's Cape York Peninsula.