Tuesday, 13 May 2008

aboriginal artists at united galleries

Emily Pwerle's "Awelye"

Liddy Napanangka Walker's "Wakirlpirri Jukurrpa"

Helen McCarthy's "TyalmutyTyek Tyek"

Liddy Napanangka Walker's Wakirlpirri Jukurrpa

The next painting I buy has to be one by an Aboriginal artist. I've loved the art from Utopia for at least 10 years now and keep seeing the prices of works that I loved all those years ago go sky high. So now I'm keeping my eye on the next batch of artists that are coming through - and selling in a still affordable price range. Enter United Galleries, which is showcasing paintings from three Indigenous women artists: Emily Pwerle from Utopia, Liddy Napanangka Walker from Yuendumu and Helen McCarthy Tyalmuty from the Daly River. The exhibition is on now.

Images courtesy of United Galleries


ivy said...

liddy's stuff is fab :-)

Natalie Walton said...

Totally agree - I just have to find a way to afford one!


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