Aboriginal Art - Grasstree Gallery

By: Grasstree Gallery  25-Nov-2010
Keywords: Aboriginal Art, Indigenous Art, Aboriginal Artists

Grasstree Gallery is primarily an online gallery specialising in the sale of Indigenous Australian Art from the Central and Western Deserts.   We are located in Albany, Western Australia and can provide private viewings for local customers and visitors to the region.  We aim to provide high quality, collectible artwork at reasonable prices.  The majority of our artwork is sourced directly from the artists with some works also coming from art centres.    

All artwork is sold complete with a Certificate of Authenticity together with a photograph of the artist with the completed work, and/or work in progress photographs.

Keywords: Aboriginal Art, Aboriginal Artists, Aboriginal Paintings, Australian Aboriginal Art, Body Paint, Contemporary Aboriginal Art, Indigenous Art, Western Desert

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Walangkjura Napanangka

Walangkura Napanangka mainly paints traditional designs depicting sacred women's sites and sacred women's ceremonies associated with the Kintore area.


Sarrita King

Sarrita King was born on March 5th 1988. Her father William King is from the tribe Gurindji, with his skin


Minnie Pwerle

Minnie was one of the most significant artists of recent times. Her paintings depict the ceremonial body paint designs worn


Makinti Napanangka

Makinti began painting for Papunya Tula Artists in 1996 having already painted with acrylic on canvas during the Kintore and


Ronnie Tjampitjinpa

Ronnie generally paints geometric iconography associated with the Tingari Cycle, Water Dreaming and Fire Dreaming.


Kudditji Kngwarreye

Kudditji began painting his Emu Dreaming using a precise dotting style. He then moved to painting the more abstract "My