ABORIGINART INDIGENOUS FINE ART GALLERY
ABORIGINART Indigenous Fine Art Gallery’s latest exhibition ‘Reflections of Utopia’ features some of the more recent contemporary offerings from this famous region in the Central Desert.
This is the area where the genius of the late greats Emily Kame Kngwarreye and Minie Pwerle first came to light and the tradition continues.
These stunning paintings showcase a diverse selection of the finest works from the more established living artists including Kathleen Petyarre, Margaret Scobie, Barbara Weir, Gloria Petyarre, Polly Ngale, Betty Mbitjana and Josie Petrick Kemarre, to the up and coming younger talents like Kathleen Petyarre’s granddaughter Abie Loy Kemarre and Minnie Pwerle’s granddaughter Teresa Purla.
“This exhibition represents an excitingly different range of painting styles, colours and techniques, from the traditional dot work to the more contemporary liberal splashes of colour,” Aboriginart gallery director Bill Green said.
“This refreshing diversity ensures that there is something here for everyone, whatever your aesthetic taste, wall size and budget.”
Aboriginart is open 10am4 pm six days (closed Tuesday) at 6 Elder Place, Fremantle (opposite the train station).
For more information, visit www.aboriginart.com.au or call 0403 012 615.