SeVA FRANGOS ART GALLERY
2006 - 2015

Contemporary Indigenous art with a focus on the west and northern areas of Australia together with a boutique collection of contemporary Chinese art.

Prior to 2007, Seva Frangos Art organised a number of exhibitions in Perth and Melbourne, introducing many senior and now significant artists to a wider Australian audience and assisting their acquisition in public collections.

These included 2 special project exhibitions for the Australian artists, Rod Moss and Anthony Hamilton.

Seva Frangos Art gallery opened in Subiaco in 2006 and hosted over 100 exhibitionS.

Seva Frangos Art gallery opened in Subiaco in 2006 and hosted over 100 exhibitions of Indigenous art, and over its last three years also highlighted the work of contemporary Chinese artists.

During its decade of operation, the gallery received considerable support for its artists from the public, corporate and private sector, and worked closely with a wide range of clients, including national and State art galleries and organisations, to assist in their acquisition of these significant artists. It was instrumental in promoting Indigenous art from the far north of Australia both in its locale as well as across Australia and abroad.

Working closely with Indigenous art at this level is a rare opportunity afforded only to a few. It was indeed a pleasure to work with artists, art centres –especially Warlayirti Artists Balgo; Jilamara Arts & Crafts Melville Island, Tiwi Islands; Mangkaja Arts,Fitzroy Crossing; Maningrida Arts & Crafts, Maningrida; Martumili Artists, East Pilbara; Tiwi Design, Bathurst Island, Tiwi Islands; Waringarri Arts,Kununurra; Warmun Art, Turkey Creek; Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre, Yirrkala- and the many individuals and organisations that provided support, guidance and opportunities.

It is without hesitation that each one of them is gratefully and generously acknowledged for their contribution to the gallery’s success. It is a particularly rich and at times astounding environment to work in and there is no doubt that these partnerships have been very rewarding at every level.

Although the gallery closed in December 2015, Seva Frangos maintains a close relationship with many of these art centres and a select group of artists and can discern and source a range of the highest quality artworks for any client.

Seva Frangos also maintains an active stockroom with artworks collected over a 30-year period.

Seva Frangos Art gallery opened in Subiaco in 2006 and hosted over 100 exhibitionS.

Kulama, 2011, Ochre on Linen, 120 x  200 cm

Edith Cowan University Art Collection, Perth

Images courtesy of the artist and Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island

Kulama, 2012, Ochre on Linen, 150 x  200 cm

Winner, 29th Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award, 2012;  National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

Images courtesy of the artist and Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island

Kulama, 2014, Ochre on Linen, 200 x 200 cm

Images courtesy of the artist and Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island

Kulama, 2011, Ochre on Linen, 120 x 200 cm

Murdoch University Art Collection, Perth

Images courtesy of the artist and Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island

Kulama, 2008, Ochre on Linen, 150 x 120 cm

Corporate Collection, Perth

Images courtesy of the artist and Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island

Kulama, 2010, Ochre on Linen, 90 x 120 cm

Images courtesy of the artist and Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island

Kulama, 2008, Ochre on Linen, 180 x 120 cm

Wesfarmers Collection of Australian Art, Perth

Images courtesy of the artist and Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island

Kulama, 2007, Ochre on Linen, 90 x 70 cm

Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth

Images courtesy of the artist and Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island

Kulama, 2012, Ochre on Linen, 180 x 200 cm

Images courtesy of the artist and Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island

TIMOTHY COOK

As one of the most celebrated and significant artists from the Tiwi Islands, Timothy Cook's place in contemporary  Australian art history is firmly established.  

He is a maverick artist –non-conformist, individualistic, original and inventive, straddling the modern and ancient with confidence. In this stunning book authored and edited for UWA Publishing, University of Western Australia, Perth  by Seva Frangos, she and her fellow four writers attest to his achievements, inhabiting a place and space where innovation might seem impossible against the background of tradition and ritual; where he realigns artistic and cultural boundaries and re-explores being Tiwi. These pages capture the remarkable levels of energy and emotional charge in his painting and provide a brilliant introduction to his vast body of work over two decades in a range of media.

Timothy Cook worked closely with Seva Frangos exhibiting with the gallery for close to a decade and also on various special projects. Importantly they worked together with Jilmara Arts & Crafts on Melville where Cook works and lives, on his inclusion in numerous high profile public exhibitions and awards.

Timothy Cook was born on 18 September 1958 on the Tiwi Islands and his country is Goose Creek, Skin Group is Marntupuni (House Fly) and his Dance is Tarduwuli (Shark).

He has worked throughout his entire career at Jilmara Arts & Crafts at Milikapiti and participated in in numerous group exhibitions at commercial and public Australian and European galleries since 1997.

EXHIBITIONS AT SF ART GALLERY

  • AUGUST 2007

    Earth on Paper in association with Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island

  • MARCH - APRIL 2008

    Timothy Cook in association with Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island

  • APRIL 2009

    Earth on Paper 2 in association Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island

  • MARCH 2011

    Timothy Cook Solo in association with Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island

  • OCTOBER - NOVEMBER 2012

    Earth on Paper in association with Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island

  • MARCH - APRIL 2013

    Timothy Cook - Solo Exhibition in association with Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island

  • JANUARY 2014

    Summer Show

  • SEPTEMBER 2014

    Stockroom Highlights

  • JULY - SEPTEMBER 2015

    Timothy Cook : Dancing with the Moon in association with Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island

SELECTED COLLECTIONS

  • Aboriginal Art Museum, Utrecht, Netherlands

  • Artbank Australia, Sydney

  • Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

  • Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide

  • Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth

  • Australian National University Collection, The, Canberra

  • Charles Darwin UniversityArt Collection and Art Gallery, Darwin

  • City of Wanneroo, Perth;

  • City of Stirling, Perth

  • Commonwealth Bank Collection, Sydney

  • Edith Cowan University Art Collection, Perth

  • Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover

  • Ian Potter Museum of Art, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne

  • Kerry Stokes Collection, Perth

  • King Edward Memorial Hospital, Perth

  • Laverty Collection, The, Sydney

  • Lepley Collection, The,Perth

  • Moree Plains Gallery, The, Moree

  • Murdoch University Art Collection, Perth

  • musée du quai Branly, Paris

  • Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin

  • National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

  • National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

  • Northern Editions Printmaking Studio, Charles Darwin University, Darwin

  • Pat Corrigan Collection, Gold Coast and Sydney

  • Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane

  • Royal Perth Hospital Collection, Perth

  • St John of God Murdoch Hospital Art Collection, Perth

  • Wesfarmers Collection of Australian Art, The, Perth

Dayiwul Ngarrangkarni, 2011, Ochre on Canvas, 90 x 120 cm

Images courtesy of the artist and Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Jimbala, 2001, Ochre on Canvas, 100 x 140 cm

Images courtesy of the artist and Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Jimbirla and Dayiwul Lirmim, 2014, Ochre on Canvas, 90 x 120 cm

Wesfarmers Collection of Australian Art, Perth

Images courtesy of the artist and Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Jimbirla and Dayiwool, 2014, Ochre on Canvas, 90 x 120 cm

Edith Cowan University Art Collection, Perth

Images courtesy of the artist and Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Jimbala, 2008, Ochre on Canvas, 80 x 100 cm

Images courtesy of the artist and Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Jimbirla, 2014, Ochre on Canvas, 120 x 180 cm

Murdoch University Art Collection, Perth

Images courtesy of the artist and Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Jimbirla and Dayiwul Lirlmim, 2010, Ochre on Canvas, 60 x 80 cm

Images courtesy of the artist and Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Jimbirla and Dayiwul Ngarranggarni, 2010, Ochre on Canvas, Diptych, each panel 100 x 150 cm

Corporate Commission, Perth

Images courtesy of the artist and Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Jimbala, 2004, Ochre on Canvas, 90 x 30 cm

Images courtesy of the artist and Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

LENA NYADBI

One of the most celebrated and sought after Australian artists of her generation, Lena Nydabi deceptively minimal paintings straddle the pure organic painted earth with sophisticated mark making at its very best.

As one of the most radical and contemporary artists from the Kimberley she has achieved almost cult status. Largely using a palate of black and white with degrees of greys she occasionally punctuates these with rich Kimberley ochre red and its shades of pinks. The fluidity and elegance of her work is sublime.

Lena Nyadbi born c. 1936, near Warnmarnjulugun lagoon, Western Australia is a contemporary Indigenous Australian artist from the Warmun Community in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. Her two major dreamtime stories focus on the baramundi and spearhead country - Dayiwul Lirlmim, and details of her barramundi dreaming moving along the river are painted on the roof of the Musée du quai Branly in Paris. This painting installation can only be seen from the air, including the Eiffel Tower and Google Earth.

EXHIBITIONS AT SF ART GALLERY

  • OCTOBER 2009

    First and Second Generation Artists in association with Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

  • JANUARY 2011

    Impressions and Editions: Rare & Limited Edition Prints by Significant Artists

  • DECEMBER 2011 - JANUARY 2012

    Fifth Anniversary Exhibition: The Leading Artists from the Warmun Art Centre in association with Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

  • MAY - JUNE 2014

    Lena Nyadbi: A Small Collection: Celebrate Western Australia in association with Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek; This exhibition was held to honour Nyadbi's Western Australian of the Year Award.

  • NOVEMBER - DECEMBER 2014

    Natural Talent: Churchill Cann + Lena Nyadbi in association with Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Jimbirla and Dayiwool, 2014, Ochre on Canvas, 90 x 120 cm

Wesfarmers Collection of Australian Art, Perth

Images courtesy of the artist and Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Garnkiny Ngarrangkarni, 2010, Ochre on Canvas, 100 x 140 cm

Murdoch University Art Collection, Perth

Images courtesy of the artist and Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Karrngin Ngarangkarni, 2003, Ochre on Canvas, 120 x 120 cm

Images courtesy of the artist and Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Garnkiny Ngarranggarni, 2008, Ochre on Canvas, 90 x 120 cm

Private Collection, Zurich

Images courtesy of the artist and Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Wardel and Garnkiny, 2013, Ochre on Canvas, 60 x 80 cm

Images courtesy of the artist and Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Nyawurru, 2012, Ochre on Canvas, 90 x 120 cm

Images courtesy of the artist and Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Garnkiny Ngarranggarni, 2007, Ochre on Canvas, 120 x 120 cm

Images courtesy of the artist and Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Garnkiny Ngarrangkarni, 2013, Ochre on Canvas, 150 x 180 cm

National Library of Australia, Canberra

Images courtesy of the artist and Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Wardel and Garnkinny, 2011, Ochre on Canvas, 150 x 180cm

2012 Bankwest  Art Prize Finalist; Wesfarmers Collection of Australian Art, Perth

Images courtesy of the artist and Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

MABEL JULI

Born circa 1931, Barlinyin, East Kimberley Western Australia, Mabel Juli lives and works at the Warmun Community, East Kimberley, Western Australia. A senior and highly acknowledged artist Juli is best known for her signature "moon and star" paintings executed in natural ochres and pigments. The textural qualities of the ochres offer an addtional complexity to these deceptively simple paintings. Having shown with Seva Frangos Art in the very first exhibitions held in Melbourne and then Perth, Juli clearly assisted in establishing the benchmark for the quality and depth of the gallery's program.

Juli’s work is well represented in Australian public and private collections, including the Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide; National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne; Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney; Artbank, Sydney; and in her home State in the Berndt Museum, University of Western Australia; King Edward Memorial Hospital Collection; Parliament House Collection of Western Australia. Her works are also represented in the Perth-based Wesfarmers and Kerry Stokes collections, and in the Chartwell Collection at the Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, New Zealand.

EXHIBITIONS AT SF ART GALLERY

  • JANUARY 2003

    Five by Seven in association with Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

  • OCTOBER - NOVEMBER 2003

    120 x 120 : 6 Artists - 18 New Works from Warmun in association with Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

  • DECEMBER 2007 - JANUARY 2008

    Dog Dreamings of Warmun in association with Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

  • OCTOBER 2009

    First and Second Generation Artists in association with Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

  • OCTOBER 2010

    Mabel Juli Karnkiny + Marlene Juli Gurlabal in assocition with warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

  • DECEMBER 2011

    30 x 30 : Small Presents - Big Presence in association with Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

  • JANUARY - FEBRUARY 2013

    Summer Show

  • MARCH 2013

    Stockroom Highlights

  • NOVEMBER - DECEMBER 2013

    sublime paintings : Mabel Juli In association with Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

  • JANUARY 2014

    Summer Show

Plastic Bag #13-13, 2013, C-Print Photograph; Edition 12, 100 x 50 cm

Images courtesy of the artist and China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Plastic Bag #15-13, 2013, C-Print Photograph; Edition 12, 100 x 50 cm

Images courtesy of the artist and China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Plastic Bag #14-13, 2013, C-Print Photograph; Edition 12, 100 x 50 cm

Images courtesy of the artist and China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Plastic Bag #4-13, 2013, C-Print Photograph; Edition 12, 100 x 50 cm

Images courtesy of the artist and China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Plastic Bag #25-07, 2007, C-Print Photograph; Edition 12, 100 x 50 cm

Images courtesy of the artist and China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Plastic Bag #5-07, 2007, C-Print Photograph; Edition 12, 100 x 50 cm

Images courtesy of the artist and China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Flower #9-09, 2009, C-Print Photograph; Edition 12, 150 x 150 cm

St John of God Hospital Health Care Art Collection, Melbourne

Images courtesy of the artist and China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Flower #8-09, 2009, C-Print Photograph; Edition 6, 150 x 150 cm

St John of God Hospital Health Care Art Collection, Perth

Images courtesy of the artist and China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Flower #2-09, 2009, C-Print Photograph; Edition 16, 150 x 150 cm

St John of God Hospital Health Care Art Collection, Perth

Images courtesy of the artist and China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Huang Xu

Huang Xu is a photographic artist living in Beijing. He is a graduate of the Beijing Academy of Fine Arts and began his career as a commercial photographer. As an artist, he has also created oil painting and produced sculptural installations.

Notions of waste and impermanence run through the work of Huang Xu. He creates a commentary though his work, which alludes to his relationship with everyday objects, the banal nature of aspects of contemporary Chinese life and the unwanted detritus that is all pervasive. He takes something, which is ordinary and mundane and is able to create an unexpectedly beautiful image. The plastic bag works are the best example of this.

EXHIBITIONS AT SF ART GALLERY

  • OCTOBER - NOVEMBER 2013

    China Meditation in association China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

  • APRIL - MAY 2014

    Contemporary Nature : Huang Xu and introducing Tong Ng in asscoaition with China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Lamp Clock Phone, 2011, Chinese Ink on Rice Paper Mounted on Silk, 45 x 36 cm

Edith Cowan University Art Collection, Perth

Images courtesy of the artist and China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Toy Boat, 2011, Chinese Ink on Rice Paper Mounted on Silk, 45 x 36 cm

Images courtesy of the artist and China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Five Chairs, 2011, Chinese Ink on Rice Paper Mounted on Silk, 45 x 36 cm

Kerry Stokes Collection, Perth

Images courtesy of the artist and China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Girl, 2011, Chinese Ink on Rice Paper Mounted on Silk, 45 x 36 cm

Images courtesy of the artist and China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Lone Girl, 2011, Chinese Ink on Rice Paper Mounted on Silk, 45 x 36 cm

Images courtesy of the artist and China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Boy Girl, 2011, Chinese Ink on Rice Paper Mounted on Silk, 45 x 36 cm

Images courtesy of the artist and China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Bottle, 2011, Chinese Ink on Rice Paper Mounted on Silk, 48 x 24 cm

Images courtesy of the artist and China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Milk Bottle, 2011, Chinese Ink on Rice Paper Mounted on Silk, 48 x 24 cm

Images courtesy of the artist and China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Bags, 2011, Chinese Ink on Rice Paper Mounted on Silk, 48 x 24 cm

Images courtesy of the artist and China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Gao Ping

Born in Shandong Province in 1974, Gao Ping is one of the many millions of Chinese immigrants who have moved from small provincial towns to the international metropolis of Beijing, where she lives and works. Ping has exhibited extensively in China and internationally. As an artist she takes refuge from the intense and dense city environments of Chinese life today through these personal reflections of domestic and modern life. The images are charming, exquisite, often poignant and thoroughly engaging.

Her paintings of objects and her images that capture the small isolated moments in people's lives are produced using traditional Chinese ink painting techniques and brushes. They are painted on rice paper and then mounted on silk, and the palette is highly restrained reflecting her response to the world at large. The light touch of the brush conveys a sense of impermanence – in relationships, household appliances, consumer goods, architectural structures, plant life. But this is no random mark-making, the placement of her subjects has been carefully considered against the empty background. There is no horizontal plane and hence no ‘anchor’. This devise could be interpreted as a metaphor for city living in the high density mass of Beijing.

Ping has since explored large scale paintings and these are in stark contrast to her small intimate paintings and drawings. They are abstracted and dense and equally compelling, confident and successful.

EXHIBITIONS AT SF ART GALLERY

  • 6 OCTOBER - 2 NOVEMBER

    Gao Ping Solo in association with China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

  • OCTOBER - NOVEMBER 2013

    China Meditation in association China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Utopia-Illusion Deer, 2014, Giclee Print Photograph, Edition 10, 120 x 120 cm

Images courtesy of the artist and China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Utopia-Illusion Parrots, 2014, Giclee Print Photograph, Edition 10, 120 x 120 cm

Images courtesy of the artist and China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Utopia-Illusion Horse, 2014, Giclee Print Photograph, Edition 10, 90 x 90 cm

St John of God Hospital Health Care Art Collection, Perth

Images courtesy of the artist and China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Aquarium Circle #1, 2008, Giclee Print Photograph, Edition 8, 90 cm circle

Kerry Stokes Collection, Perth

Images courtesy of the artist and China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Aquarium Circle #2, 2008, Giclee Print Photograph, Edition 8, 90 cm circle

Kerry Stokes Collection, Perth

Images courtesy of the artist and China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Aquarium Circle #3, 2008, Giclee Print Photograph, Edition 8, 90 cm circle

Kerry Stokes Collection, Perth

Images courtesy of the artist and China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Aquarium#9, 2010, Giclee Print Photograph, Edition 8, 70 x 200 cm

Images courtesy of the artist and China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Aquarium #10, 2010, Giclee Print Photograph, Edition 8, 85 x 220 cm

Kerry Stokes Collection, Perth

Images courtesy of the artist and China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Aquarium #11, 2010, Giclee Print Photograph, Edition 8, 85 x 220 cm

Images courtesy of the artist and China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Zhou Hongbin

Born 1978, Fujian, China; Lives and works Xiamen and Beijing, China.

Zhou Hongbin’s focus is about new worlds, whether they are a retreat from daily life or contradicting our expectations about what are safe and comfortable environments. These meticulously constructed photographs echo traditional Chinese art yet their intellectual and visual content reinvents both tradition and utopia.

The personal, environmental and intellectual converge in these extraordinary and compelling photographic works are superbly reproduced. They are beautifully arranged and imagined, and they are bold and paradoxically engaging, as we are both drawn to the smallest details whilst contemplating this 'natural' world and universal fables.She wants to create an ideal world, a ‘Garden of Eden’, where she can retreat, avoid reality and contemplate a safer quieter life – her utopia. But all is an illusion as the serpent.

EXHIBITIONS AT SF ART GALLERY

  • FEBRUARY - MARCH 2015

    Utopia Revisited: Zhou Hongbin in association China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

  • JUNE 2015

    China Meditation in association China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Unless otherwise stated all exhibitions were shown at Seva Frangos Art Gallery, Subiaco, Western Australia
Images courtesy of the artist
Featured Image:
Owen Yalandja, Yawkyawk, 2015, Ochre on Bark, 66 x 30 cm

Owen Yalandja: Exquisite Barks

December 2015

In association with Maningrida Arts & Crafts, Maningrida

Artist: Owen Yalandja

Image: Owen Yalandja, Yawkyawk, 2015, Ochre on Bark, 66 x 30 cm
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Featured Image:
Vanessa Russ, Wet Season Remembered, 2015, Ink on Paper, 110 x 140 cm

Vanessa Russ: Memory Trace

November - 4 December 2015

Artist: Vanessa Russ

Image: Vanessa Russ, Wet Season Remembered, 2015, Ink on Paper, 110 x 140 cm
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Featured Image:
Lisa Uhl, Mana Wanti, 2015, Acrylic on Canvas, 90 x 120 cm

Lisa Uhl: New Paintings

25 - 30  October 2015

In association with Mangkaja Arts, Fitzroy Crossing

Artist: Lisa Uhl

Image: Lisa Uhl, Mana Wanti, 2015, Acrylic on Canvas, 90 x 120 cm
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Featured Image:
Serena Bonson, Wangarra Spirit, detail, 2015, Ochre on Wood, 200 x 14 cm

Serena Bronson Solo

23 September - 24 October 2015

In association with Maningrida Arts & Crafts, Maningarida

Artist: Serena Bronson

Image: Serena Bonson, Wangarra Spirit, detail, 2015, Ochre on Wood, 200 x 14 cm
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Featured Image:
Timothy Cook, Kulama, 2015, Ochre on Linen, 200 x 200 cm

Timothy Cook: Dancing with the Moon

31 July - 19 September 2015

In association with Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island

Artist: Timothy Cook

Image: Timothy Cook, Kulama, 2015, Ochre on Linen, 200 x 200 cm
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Featured Image:
Nonggirrnga Marawili, Baratjula, 2015, Ochre on Bark, 60 x 49 cm

Nongirrna Marawili Solo

July 2015

In association with Buku-Larrngay Mulka, Yirrkala

Artist: Nongirrna Marawili

Image: Nonggirrnga Marawili, Baratjula, 2015, Ochre on Bark, 60 x 49 cm
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Featured Image:
Huang Xu, Plastic Bag 6-07, 2007, C-Print Photograph; Edition 12, 100 x 50 cm

China Meditation

June 2015

In association China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Artists: Huang Xu, Gao Ping, Zhou Hongbin

Image: Huang Xu, Plastic Bag 6-07, 2007, C-Print Photograph; Edition 12, 100 x 50 cm
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Featured Image:
Rover Thomas, Crossroads, 1997, Etching and Aquatint; Edition 99, I. 48 x 48 cm, P. 76 x 56 cm, Crossroads: Millennium Portfolio of Australian Aboriginal Artists, Sydney: Leo G Christie, 1999

Rare Art from the East Kimberley

28 March - 9 May 2015

Artists: Billy Thomas, Hector Jandany, Charlene Carrington, Jack Britten, George Wallaby, Paddy Carlton, Goody Barrett, Rover Thomas, Queenie McKenzie

Image: Rover Thomas, Crossroads, 1997, Etching and Aquatint; Edition 99, I. 48 x 48 cm, P. 76 x 56 cm, Crossroads: Millennium Portfolio of Australian Aboriginal Artists, Sydney: Leo G Christie, 1999
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Featured Image:
Zhou Hongbin, Utopia-Illusion Peacock, 2014, Giclee Photographic Print; Edition 10, 120 x 120 cm, St John of Hospital Health Care Art Collection, Perth

Utopia Revisited: Zhou Hongbin

18 February - 14 March 2015

In association China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Artist: Zhou Hongbin

Image: Zhou Hongbin, Utopia-Illusion Peacock, 2014, Giclee Photographic Print; Edition 10, 120 x 120 cm, St John of Hospital Health Care Art Collection, Perth
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Unless otherwise stated all exhibitions were shown at Seva Frangos Art Gallery, Subiaco, Western Australia
Images courtesy of the artist
Featured Image:
Lena Nyadbi, Jimbirla and Dayiwool, 2014, Ochre on Canvas, 90 x 120 cm, Edith Cowan University Art Collection, Perth

Natural Talent : Churchill Cann + Lena Nyadbi

19 November - 20 December 2014

In association with Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Artists: Churchill Cann + Lena Nyadbi

Image: Lena Nyadbi, Jimbirla and Dayiwool, 2014, Ochre on Canvas, 90 x 120 cm, Edith Cowan University Art Collection, Perth
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Featured Image:
Sonia Kurarra, Martuwarra, 2013, Acrylic on Canvas, 120 x 120 cm, St John of God Hospital Health Care Art Collection, Perth

Stockroom Collection Highlights

21 October - 29 November 2014

Artists: Elizabether Nyumi, Sonia Kurarra, Wakartu Cory Surprise, Minnie Lumia, Nora Wompi, Timothy Cook, Malaluba Gumana

Image: Sonia Kurarra, Martuwarra, 2013, Acrylic on Canvas, 120 x 120 cm, St John of God Hospital Health Care Art Collection, Perth
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Featured Image:
Conrad Tipungwuti, Jilamara, 2014, Ochre on Paper, 56 x 76 cm

raw comb: Conrad Tipungwuti

20 September - 18 October 2014

In association with Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island

Artist: Conrad Tipungwuti

Image: Conrad Tipungwuti, Jilamara, 2014, Ochre on Paper, 56 x 76 cm
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Featured Image:
Nora Wompi, Kunawarritji, 2012, Acrylic on Linen, 150 x 180 cm, National Library of Australia, Canberra

Stockroom Highlights

13 - 18 September 2014

Artists: Malaluba Gumana, Kate Miwulku, Conrad Tipungwuti, Timothy Cook, Minnie Lumai, Nora Wompi

Image: Nora Wompi, Kunawarritji, 2012, Acrylic on Linen, 150 x 180 cm, National Library of Australia, Canberra
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Featured Image:
Kate Miwulku, Sugar Glider, 2005, Etching; Edition 20, I. 12.5 x 20 cm, P. 33 x 50 cm

Kate Miwulku: A Simple Celebration

4 July - 9 August 2014

In association with Maningrida Arts & Crafts, Maningrida

Artist: Kate Miwulku

Image: Kate Miwulku, Sugar Glider, 2005, Etching; Edition 20, I. 12.5 x 20 cm, P. 33 x 50 cm
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Featured Image:
Lena Nyadbi, Jimbirla and Dayiwul Lirmim, 2014, Ochre on Canvas, 90 x 120 cm, Wesfarmers Collection of Australian Art, Perth

Lena Nyadbi: A Small Collection : Celebrate Western Australia

30 May - 14 June 2014

In association with Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Artist: Lena Nyadbi

Image: Lena Nyadbi, Jimbirla and Dayiwul Lirmim, 2014, Ochre on Canvas, 90 x 120 cm, Wesfarmers Collection of Australian Art, Perth
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Featured Image:
Huang Xu, Flower 3-11, 2011, C-Print Photograph; Edition 6, 150 x 150 cm, St John of Hospital Health Care Art Collection, Perth

Contemporary Nature: Huang Xu and introducing Tong Ng

26 April - 24 May 2014

In association with China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Artists: Huang Xu + Tong Ng

Image: Huang Xu, Flower 3-11, 2011, C-Print Photograph; Edition 6, 150 x 150 cm, St John of Hospital Health Care Art Collection, Perth
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Featured Image:
Kitty Kantilla, Untitled -ET4, 2003, Etching, Edition 30, I. 17.5 x 14.5 cm; P. 38 x 28 cm

Stockroom Selection

February - March 2014

Artists: Kitty Kantilla, Conrad Tipungwuti, Rammey Ramsey, Billy Thomas, Dolly Snell, Alfonso Puautiimi, Alfonso Puautiimi, Spider Snell, Wakartu Cory Surprise, Mary Magdalene Tipungwuti, Maria Josette Orsto

Image: Kitty Kantilla, Untitled -ET4, 2003, Etching, Edition 30, I. 17.5 x 14.5 cm; P. 38 x 28 cm
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Featured Image:
Gordon Barney, Gurndalngany, 2012, Ochre on Canvas, 120 x 180 cm, BP Corporate Office Collection, Perth

Summer Show

January 2014

Artists: Malaluba Gumana, Mabel Juli, Wukun Wanambi, Patrick Mung Mung, Gordon Barney, Timothy Cook

Image: Gordon Barney, Gurndalngany, 2012, Ochre on Canvas, 120 x 180 cm, BP Corporate Office Collection, Perth
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Unless otherwise stated all exhibitions were shown at Seva Frangos Art Gallery, Subiaco, Western Australia
Images courtesy of the artist
Featured Image:
Phyllis Ningarmara, Gerran - Stony Country, 2013, Ochre on Canvas, 30 x 30 cm

Small Presents - Big Presence 30 x 30

7 - 21 December 2013

In association with Waringarri Aboriginal Arts, Kununurra

Artists: Peggy Griffiths, Phyllis Ningamara, Mary Theresa Taylor

Image: Phyllis Ningarmara, Gerran - Stony Country, 2013, Ochre on Canvas, 30 x 30 cm
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Featured Image:
Mabel Juli, Wardel and Garnkiny, 2012, Ochre on Canvas, 100 x 120 cm

sublime paintings: Mabel Juli

13 November - 13 December 2013

In association with Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Artist: Mabel Juli

Image: Mabel Juli, Wardel and Garnkiny, 2012, Ochre on Canvas, 100 x 120 cm
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Featured Image:
Gao Ping, Girl, 2011, Chinese Ink on Rice Paper and Silk, 45 x 36 cm

Gao Ping Solo

6 October - 2 November 2013

In association with China Art Projects + Tony Scott, Hong Kong

Artist: Gao Ping

Image: Gao Ping, Girl, 2011, Chinese Ink on Rice Paper and Silk, 45 x 36 cm
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Featured Image:
Conrad Tipungwuti, Kulama, 2013, Ochre on Paper, 76 x 56 cm

Conrad Tipungwuti Solo

23 August 2013

In association with Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island

Artist: Conrad Tipungwuti

Image: Conrad Tipungwuti, Kulama, 2013, Ochre on Paper, 76 x 56 cm
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Featured Image:
Marrnyula Munungurr, Djapu Waters, 2013, Ochre on Bark, 89 x 65 cm

The Old Modern Earth: Ochre on Bark + Larrakitj: Marrnyula Munungurr & Wukun Wanambi

21 August - 21 September 2013

In association with Buku-Larrngay Mulka, Yirrkala

Artist: Marrnyula Munungurr + Wukun Wanambi

Image: Marrnyula Munungurr, Djapu Waters, 2013, Ochre on Bark, 89 x 65 cm
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Featured Image:
Sonia Kurarra, Martuwarra, 2013, Acrylic on Canvas, 120 x 120 cm, Woodside Art Collection, Perth

Sonia Kurarra Solo

10 July - 3 August 2013

In association with Mangkaja Arts, Fitzroy Crossing

Artist: Sonia Kurarra

Image: Sonia Kurarra, Martuwarra, 2013, Acrylic on Canvas, 120 x 120 cm, Woodside Art Collection, Perth
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Featured Image:
Spider Snell, Jilji (Sandhills), 2006, Acrylic on Linen, 120 x 75 cm

Winter Show

June 2013

Artists: Minnie Lumai, Jimmy Nerimah, Nora Wompi, Akay Koo'oila, Dolly Snell, Spider Snell, Bugai Whyoulter

Image: Spider Snell, Jilji (Sandhills), 2006, Acrylic on Linen, 120 x 75 cm
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Featured Image:
Jimmy Nerrimah, Waru, 2011, Acrylic on Canvas, 120 x 90 cm

Jimmy Nerrimah Mawukura Solo

1 - 25 May 2013

In association with Mangkaja Arts, Fitzroy Crossing

Artist: Jimmy Nerrimah

Image: Jimmy Nerrimah, Waru, 2011, Acrylic on Canvas, 120 x 90 cm
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Featured Image:
Timothy Cook, Kulama, 2013, Ochre on Linen, 200 x 200 cm, Australian National University - National Art School, Canberra

Timothy Cook Solo

24 March - 27 April 2013

In association with Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island

Artist: Timothy Cook

Image: Timothy Cook, Kulama, 2013, Ochre on Linen, 200 x 200 cm, Australian National University - National Art School, Canberra
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Featured Image:
Nancy Patterson, Kypil Claypan, 2010, Acrylic on Linen, 150 x 150 cm

Stockroom Highlights

March 2013

Artists: Nancy Paterson, Peggy Griiffiths, Malaluba Gumana, Minnie Lumai, Marrnyula Munungurr, Marlene Juli, John Bulunbulun, Tommy Gondorra Steele, Akay Koo'oila, Nora Wompi, , Bugai Whyoulter, Mabel Juli

Image: Nancy Patterson, Kypil Claypan, 2010, Acrylic on Linen, 150 x 150 cm
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Featured Image:
Akay Koo'oila, Bush Foods, 2012, Acrylic on Linen, 128 x 95 cm

Summer Show

January - February 2013

Artists: John Bulunbulun, Akay Koo'oila, Tommy Gondorra Steele, Nancy Paterson, Mabel Juli, Bugai Whyoulter, Malaluba Gumana, Minnie Lumai, Marrnyula Munungurr

Image: Akay Koo'oila, Bush Foods, 2012, Acrylic on Linen, 128 x 95 cm
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Featured Image:
Marrnyula Munungurr, Djapu, 2010, Ochre on Bark, 30 x 26 cm

Small Presents - Big Presence: Small Barks

3 - 24 December 2013

In association with Buku-Larrngay Mulka, Yirrkala

Artists: Balatj Munungurr, Bangawuy, Beyamarr Munungurr, Dhukal Wirrpanda, Galuma Maymuru, Gjalinda Yunupinu, Malaluba Gumana, Marrnyula Munungurr, Mulkun Wirrpanda, Nongirrna Mawawili, Rerrkirrwana Munungurr, Wanapati Yunupinu, Yalmakany Marawili

Image: Marrnyula Munungurr, Djapu, 2010, Ochre on Bark, 30 x 26 cm
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Unless otherwise stated all exhibitions were shown at Seva Frangos Art Gallery, Subiaco, Western Australia
Images courtesy of the artist
Featured Image:
Pedro Wonaeamirri, Jilamara, 2011, Ochre on Paper, 77 x 57 cm

Earth on Paper 3

October - November 2012

In association with Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island

Artists: Timothy Cook, Conrad Tipungwuti, Raelene Kerinauia, Pedro Wonaeamirri

Image: Pedro Wonaeamirri, Jilamara, 2011, Ochre on Paper, 77 x 57cm
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Featured Image:
Rusty Peters, Languages, Coming Together, 2011, Ochre onCanvas, 90 x 120 cm

September Stockroom Highlights

September 2012

Image: Rusty Peters, Languages, Coming Together, 2011, Ochre onCanvas, 90 x 120 cm
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Featured Image:
Mary McLean, Untitled, 2012, Acrylic on Canvas, 78 x 98 cm

Pantjiti Mary McLean Solo

28 August - 8 September 2012

In association with Nalda Searles, Perth

Artist: Pantjiti Mary McLean

Image: Mary McLean, Untitled, 2012, Acrylic on Canvas, 78 x 98 cm
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Featured Image:
Dolly Snell, Kurtal, 2012, Acrylic on Canvas, 90 x 90 cm, Artbank Australia, Sydney

Jukuja Dolly Snell + Nyilpirr Ngalyaku Spider Snell: A Survey of Paintings 2006 - 2012

31 July - 23 August 2012

In association with Mankgaja Arts, Fitzroy Crossing

Artists: Jukuja Dolly Snell + Nyilpirr Ngalyaku Spider Snell

Image: Dolly Snell, Kurtal, 2012, Acrylic on Canvas, 90 x 90 cm, Artbank Australia, Sydney
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Featured Image:
Rusty Peters, Boonoongguny, 2012, Ochre on Canvas, 80 x 100 cm

Rusty Peters Solo

3 - 26 July 2012

In association with Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Artist: Rusty Peters

Image: Rusty Peters, Boonoongguny, 2012, Ochre on Canvas, 80 x 100cm
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Featured Image:
Lisa Uhl, Kurrkapi, 2012, Acrylic on Canvas, 90 x 90 cm, Wesfarmers Collection of Australian Art, Perth

Lisa Uhl: I see these trees all around Fitzroy Crossing

2 - 22 June 2012

In association with Mangaja Arts, Fitzroy Crossing

Artist: Lisa Uhl

Image: Lisa Uhl, Kurrkapi, 2012, Acrylic on Canvas, 90 x 90 cm, Wesfarmers Collection of Australian Art, Perth
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Featured Image:
Conrad Tipungwuti, Kulama, 2011, Ochre on Paper, 77 x 57 cm

Conrad Tipungwuiti: Chasing Dots

8 - 31 May 2012

In association with Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island

Artist: Conrad Tipungwuiti

Image: Conrad Tipungwuti, Kulama, 2011, Ochre on Paper, 77 x 57 cm
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Unless otherwise stated all exhibitions were shown at Seva Frangos Art Gallery, Subiaco, Western Australia
Images courtesy of the artist
Featured Image:
Mabel Juli, Untitled, 2011, Ochre on Canvas, 30 x 30 cm

30 x 30: Small Presents - Big Presence

10 December - 31 December 2011

In association with Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Artists: Mabel Juli + Marlene Juli

Image: Mabel Juli, Untitled, 2011, Ochre on Canvas, 30 x 30 cm
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Featured Image:
Lena Nyadbi, Dayiwul Ngarrangkarni, 2011, Ochre on Canvas, 90x 120 cm

Fifth Anniversary Exhibition : The Leading Artists from the Warmun Art Centre

10 December 2011 - January 2012

In association with Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Artists: Mick Jawalji, Marlene Juli, Lena Nyadbi, Partick Mung Mung, Rammey Ramsey, Rusty Peters

Image: Lena Nyadbi, Dayiwul Ngarrangkarni, 2011, Ochre on Canvas, 90x 120 cm
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Featured Image:
Malaluba Gumana, Dhatam – Waterlily, 2011, Ochre on Bark, 144 x 59 cm, Kerry Stokes Collection, Perth

Malaluba Gumana: Waterlilies, Ripples and Rainbows

12 November - 8 December 2011

In association with Buku-Larrngay Mulka, Yirrkala

Artist: Malaluba Gumana

Image: Malaluba Gumana, Dhatam – Waterlily, 2011, Ochre on Bark, 144 x 59 cm, Kerry Stokes Collection, Perth
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Featured Image:
Peggy Griffiths, Beazley Knob, 2011, Ochre on Canvas, 100 x 140 cm

Peggy Griffiths Solo

18 October - 10 November 2011

In association with Waringarri Aboriginal Arts, Kunumurra

Artist: Peggy Griffiths

Image: Peggy Griffiths, Beazley Knob, 2011, Ochre on Canvas, 100 x 140 cm
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Featured Image:
Bugai Whyoulter, Kartaru, 2010, Acrylic on Linen, 125 x 300 cm

Bugia Whyoulter: Jartijiti (Well 33)

15 September - 14 October 2011

In association with Matumili Artists, Pilbara

Artist: Bugia Whyoulter

Image: Bugai Whyoulter, Kartaru, 2010, Acrylic on Linen, 125 x 300 cm
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Featured Image:
Wakartu Cory Surprise, Warntamarri Jila & Jilji, 2009, Acrylic on Canvas, 120 x 120 cm

Wakartu Cory Surprise: A Retrospective Collection of Paintings 2004 - 2010

2 - 27 August 2011

In association with Mangkaja Arts, Fitzroy Crossing

Artist: Wakartu Cory Surprise

Image: Wakartu Cory Surprise, Warntamarri Jila & Jilji, 2009, Acrylic on Canvas, 120 x 120 cm
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Featured Image:
Bugai Whyoulter, Untitled, 2010, Acrylic on Linen, 76 x 122 cm

Martumili Collection

July 2011

In association with Matumili Artists, Pilbara

Artists: Bugai Whyoulter, Nancy Paterson, Nora Wompi

Image: Bugai Whyoulter, Untitled, 2010, Acrylic on Linen, 76 x 122 cm
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Featured Image:
Sonia Namarnyilk, Mimih Spirit, 2011, Ochre on Wood, 228 cm

Sonia Namarnyilk & Don Djorlom

April 2011

In association with Maningrida Arts & Crafts, Maningrida

Artists: Sonia Namarnyilk + Don Djorlom

Image: Sonia Namarnyilk, Mimih Spirit, 2011, Ochre on Wood, 228 cm
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Featured Image:
Rammey Ramsey, Stony Creek (Warlawoon Country), 2011, Acrylic on Board, 80 x 100 cm, Wesfarmers Collection of Australian Art, Perth

Rammey Ramsey Solo

May 2011

In association with Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Artist: Rammey Ramsey

Image: Rammey Ramsey, Stony Creek (Warlawoon Country), 2011, Acrylic on Board, 80 x 100 cm, Wesfarmers Collection of Australian Art, Perth
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Featured Image:
Timothy Cook, Kulama, 2011, Ochre on Linen, 120 x 200 cm, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth

Timothy Cook Solo

March 2011

In association with Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island

Artist: Timothy Cook

Image: Timothy Cook, Kulama, 2011, Ochre on Linen, 120 x 200 cm, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth
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Featured Image:
Rod Moss, Arelhe claypan, 2002, Synthetic polymers on paper and mountboard, 80 x 120 cm

Rod Moss Solo

February 2011

In partnership with ARC ONE Gallery, Melbourne

Artist: Rod Moss

Image: Rod Moss, Arelhe claypan, 2002, Synthetic polymers on paper and mountboard, 80 x 120 cm
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Featured Image:
Queenie McKenzie, Ngayiwoorrji, 1998, Etching; Edition 30, I. 49 x 61 cm, P. 56 x 76 cm

Impressions and Editions: Rare & Limited Edition Prints by Significant Artists

January 2011

Artists: Freda Warlapinni, Kitty Kantilla, Hector Jandany, Lena Nyadbi, Madigan Thomas, Jean Baptise Apuatimi, Minnie Lumai, Mary Magdelene Tipungwuti, Patrick Mung Mung, Billy Thomas, Queenie McKenzie, Rover Thomas, Conrad Tipungwuti

Image: Queenie McKenzie, Ngayiwoorrji, 1998, Etching; Edition 30, I. 49 x 61 cm, P. 56 x 76 cm
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Unless otherwise stated all exhibitions were shown at Seva Frangos Art Gallery, Subiaco, Western Australia
Images courtesy of the artist
Featured Image:
MaryTeresa Tailor, Exhibition Invitation – Detail, 2010, Ochre on Canvas, 25x 25 cm

Small Presents - Big Presence: 8 artists: 100 Paintings

11 December - 31 December 2010

In association with Warningarri Aboriginal Arts, Kununurra

Artists: Alan Griffiths, Mignonette Jamin, Minnie Lumai, Peggy Griffiths, Phyllis Ningarama, Mary "Punchi" Clement, Mary Teresa Talyor, Betty Bundanurra

Image: Mary Teresa Tailor, Exhibition Invitation – Detail, 2010, Ochre on Canvas, 25x 25 cm
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Featured Image:
Alan Griffiths, Bali Bali Balga, 2008, Ochre on Canvas, 130 x 125 cm

Alan Griffiths Solo

November 2010

In association with Waringarri Aboriginal Arts, Kununurra

Artist: Alan Griffiths

Image: Alan Griffiths, Bali Bali Balga, 2008, Ochre on Canvas, 130 x 125 cm bulbs on painted MDF board, 363 x 720 x 25cm (installed, variable)
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Featured Image:
Mabel Juli, Garnkiny Ngarranggarni, 2010, Ochre on Canvas, 100 x 140 cm

Mabel Juli Karnkiny + Marlene Juli Gurlabal

5 - 29 October 2010

In association with Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Artists: Mabel Juli + Marlene Juli

Image: Mabel Juli, Garnkiny Ngarranggarni, 2010, Ochre on Canvas, 100 x 140 cm
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Featured Image:
Mignonette Jamin, Untitled, 2010, Ochre on Canvas, 130 x 125 cm, Finalist, Joonalap Art Prize, Perth

Mignonette Jamin Solo

September 2010

In association with Waringarri Aboriginal Arts, Kununurra

Artist: Mignonette Jamin

Image: Mignonette Jamin, Untitled, 2010, Ochre on Canvas, 130 x 125 cm, Finalist, Joonalap Art Prize, Perth
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Featured Image:
Samuel Namungdga, Crayfish Dreaming, 2010, Ochre on Bark, 82 x 42.5 cm

Maningrida Small Barks + Lorrkon

September 2010

In association with Maningrida Arts & Crafts, Maningrida

Artists: Melba Gunjarrwanga, Samuel Namunjdja, Fiona Jin-Maninggal Mason, Tommy Gondorra Steele, Bronwyn Kelly, Rosina Gunjarrwanga, Greg Wilson, Kay Lidjuwanga, John Bulunbulun, Ivan Namirrkki, Timothy Wulandjbirr

Image: Samuel Namungdga, Crayfish Dreaming, 2010, Ochre on Bark, 82 x 42.5 cm
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Featured Image:
Mick Jawalji, Guljarrina, 2010, Ochre on Board, 80 x 60 cm

Mick Jawjli Collection

September 2010

In association with Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Artist: Mick Jawjli

Image: Mick Jawalji, Guljarrina, 2010, Ochre on Board, 80 x 60 cm
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Featured Image:
Betty Bundamara, Djuwarli & Wandjina, 2010, Ochre on Paper, 56 x 38 cm

The Kalumburu Project: Small Barks and Paintings

July 2010

In association with Waringarri Aboriginal Arts, Kununurra

Artists: Mary "Punchi" Clement, Mary Teresa Talior, Betty Bundanurra, Mercy Payrrmurra, Gwen Clarke, Cissie Waina, Lily Karadada, Doreen Unhango

Image: Betty Bundamara, Djuwarli & Wandjina, 2010, Ochre on Paper, 56 x 38 cm
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Featured Image:
Churchill Cann, Untitled, 2009, Ochre on Canvas, 80 x 80 cm

Beerbee Mungnari and Churchill Cann

1 - 29 May 2010

In association with Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Artists: Beerbee Mungnari + Churchill Cann

Image: Churchill Cann, Untitled, 2009, Ochre on Canvas, 80 x 80 cm
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Featured Image:
Owen Yalandja, Yawkyawk, 2009, Ochre on wood, 262 x 14 cm

Owen Yalandja: Yawkyawk

2 - 27 March 2010

In association with Maningrida Arts & Crafts, Maningrida

Artist: Owen Yalandja

Image: Owen Yalandja, Yawkyawk, 2009, Ochre on wood, 262 x 14 cm
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Unless otherwise stated all exhibitions were shown at Seva Frangos Art Gallery, Subiaco, Western Australia
Images courtesy of the artist
Featured Image:
Peggy Griffiths, Untitled, 2009, Ochre on Canvas, 25 x 25 cm

25 x 25

December 2009

In association with Maningrida Arts & Crafts, Maningrida

Artists: Phyllis Ningarmara, Alan Griffiths, Peggy Griffiths, Minnie Lumai, Mignonette Jamin

Image: Peggy Griffiths, Untitled, 2009, Ochre on Canvas, 25 x 25 cm
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Featured Image:
Mick Jawali, Walalayi, 2009, Ochre on Plywood, 80 x 60 cm

First and Second Generation Artists

October 2009

In association with Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Artists: Patrick Mung Mung, Hector Jandany, Lena Nyadbi, Nancy Nodea, Gabriel Nodea, Roseleen Park, Mabel Juli, Shirley Purdie, Gordon Barney, Mick Jawlji, Madigan Thomas, Betty Carrington, Churchill Cann, Beerbee Mungnari

Image: Mick Jawali, Walalayi, 2009, Ochre on Plywood, 80 x 60 cm
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Featured Image:
Maryanne Downs, Uramarl Country, 2008, Acylic on Linen, 180 x 120, Murdoch University Art Collection, Perth

Purlta Pink: Maryanne Downs

25 July - 22 August 2009

In association with Mangkaja Arts, Fitzroy Crossing

Artist: Maryanne Downs

Image: Maryanne Downs, Uramarl Country, 2008, Acylic on Linen, 180 x 120, MurdochUniversity Art Collection, Perth
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Featured Image:
Minnie Lumai, Dumbaral, 2009, Ochre on Canvas, 80 x 100 cm

Minnie Lumai: RED HONEY

26 June - 18 July 2009

In association with Waringarri Aboriginal Arts, Kununurra

Artist: Minnie Lumai

Image: Minnie Lumai, Dumbaral, 2009, Ochre on Canvas, 80 x 100 cm
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Featured Image:
Raelene Kerinauia, Jilamara, 2009, Ochre on Paper, 57 x 77 cm, One of a suite of six; Wesfarmers Collection of Australian Art, Perth

White Hot: Raelene Kerinauia & Mary Magdelene Tipungwuti

May 2009

In association with Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island

Artists: Raelene Kerinauia + Mary Magdelene Tipungwuti

Image: Raelene Kerinauia, Jilamara, 2009, Ochre on Paper, 57 x 77 cm, One of a suite of six; Wesfarmers Collection of Australian Art, Perth
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Featured Image:
Pedro Wonaeamirri, Jilamara, 2009, Ochre on Paper, 77 x 57 cm

Earth on Paper 2

4 - 24 April 2009

In association with Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island

Artists: Pedro Wonaeamirri, Timothy Cook, Conrad Tipungwuti, Raelene Kerinauia, Mary Magdelene Tipungwuti

Image: Pedro Wonaeamirri, Jilamara, 2009, Ochre on Paper, 77 x 57 cm
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Unless otherwise stated all exhibitions were shown at Seva Frangos Art Gallery, Subiaco, Western Australia
Images courtesy of the artist
Featured Image:
Phyllis Ningaramara, Mignonette Jamin, Minnie Lumai, Exhibition Installation, 2008, Ochre on Canvas, 25 x 25 cm (each panel)

25 x 25: Small Presents - Big Presence

16 December 2008

In association with Waringarri Aboriginal Arts, Kununurra

Artists: Mignonette Jamin, Phyllis Ningarmara + Minnie Lmai

Image: Phyllis Ningaramara, Mignonette Jamin, Minnie Lumai, Exhibition Installation, 2008,Ochre on Canvas, 25 x 25 cm (each panel)
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Featured Image:
Maria Josette Orsto, miyinga jilamara, 2007, Ochre on Paper, 77 x 57 cm

Maria Josette Orsto Solo

December 2008

In association with Tiwi Design, Bathurst Island

Artist: Maria Josette Orsto

Image: Maria Josette Orsto, miyinga jilamara, 2007, Ochre on Paper, 77 x 57 cm
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Featured Image:
Peggy Griffiths, Larrgen, 2008, Ochre on Canvas, 130 x 125 cm

Peggy Griffiths: East Meets West

November - December 2008

In association with Waringarri Aboriginal Arts, Kununurra

Artist: Peggy Griffiths

Image: Peggy Griffiths, Larrgen, 2008, Ochre on Canvas, 130 x 125 cm
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Featured Image:
Mabel Langerranga, Fish Traps, 2008, Jungle Vine, Each 152 x 28 cm

Maningrida Collection

November 2008

Artists: John Mawurndjul, Kate Miwulku, Mabel Langerranga, Laurie Marburduk, May Brown, Irenie Ngalinba, Rosina Gunjarrwanga, Semeria Wurrkidj, Terry Wilson Ngamandara

Image: Mabel Langerranga, Fish Traps, 2008, Jungle Vine, Each 152 x 28 cm
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Featured Image:
Sally Gabori, Plenty of Water at my Father’s Country, 2008, Acrylic on Canvas, 198 x 100 cm

Mornington Island: New works

September 2008

In association with Mornington Island Arts and Crafts, Mornington Island

Artists: Sally Gabori, Paula Paul, Netta Loogatha, May Moodoonuthi, Thelma Burke

Image: Sally Gabori, Plenty of Water at my Father’s Country, 2008, Acrylic on Canvas,198 x 100 cm
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Featured Image:
Patrick Mung Mung, Purnululu, 2008, Ochre on Canvas, 120 x 180 cm

The Gentle Light of Warmun: Patrick Mung Mung | Yvonne Martin

27 July - 19 August 2008

In association with Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Artist: Patrick Mung Mung + Yvonne Martin

Image: Patrick Mung Mung, Purnululu, 2008, Ochre on Canvas, 120 x 180 cm
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Featured Image:
Mignonette Jamin, Noonybarliny, 2008, Ochre on Canvas, 130 x 125 cm

Mignonette Jamin: Black on White - White on Black

25 June - 18 July 2008

In association with Waringarri Aborigianl Arts, Kununurra

Artist: Mignonette Jamin

Image: Mignonette Jamin, Noonybarliny, 2008, Ochre on Canvas, 130 x 125 cm
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Featured Image:
Jean Baptiste Apuatimi, Jilamara, 2008, Ochre on Paper, 57 x 77 cm

Jean Baptiste Apuatimi is a cultural warrior

18 May - 7 June 2008

In association with Tiwi Design, Bathurst Island

Artist: Jean Baptiste

Image: Jean aptiste Apuatimi, Jilamara, 2008, Ochre on Paper, 57 x 77 cm
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Featured Image:
Linus Warlapinni, Jilamara, 2008, Ochre on Canvas, 80 x 30 cm

80 x 30

5 April - 30 April 2008

In association with Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island

Artists: Timothy Cook, Conrad Tipungwuti, Mary Magdelene Tipungwuti, Janice Murray, Brenda Mungatopi, Brian Farmer, Raelene Kerinauia, , Linus Warlapinni, Agatina Black

Image: Linus Warlapinni, Jilamara, 2008, Ochre on Canvas, 80 x 30 cm
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Featured Image:
Timothy Cook, Jilamara, 2008, Ochre on Linen, 120 x 90 cm

Timothy Cook Solo

15 March - 3 April 2008

In association with Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island

Artist: Timothy Cook

Image: Timothy Cook, Jilamara, 2008, Ochre on Linen, 120 x 90 cm
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Unless otherwise stated all exhibitions were shown at Seva Frangos Art Gallery, Subiaco, Western Australia
Images courtesy of the artist
Featured Image:
Phyllis Thomas, Untitled, 2007, Ochre on Canvas, 45 x 120 cm

Dog Dreamings of Warmun

15 December 2007 - 19 January 2008

In association with Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Artists: Beerbee Mungnari, Churchill Cann, Codie Yalunga, Lorraine Daylight, Mabel Juli, Madigan Thomas, Marika Patrick, Patrick Mung Mung, Phyllis Thomas, Rose Clifton, Sade Carington, Shirley Purdie, Yvonne Martin

Image: Phyllis Thomas, Untitled, 2007, Ochre on Canvas, 45 x 120 cm
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Featured Image:
Minnie Lumai, Yab Yab gnerngni-ngim Dumbaral, 2007, Ochre on Canvas, 140 x 100cm

Minnie Lumai Solo

22 October - 30 November 2007

In association with Waringarri Aboriginal Arts, Kununurra

Artist: Minnie Lumai

Image: Minnie Lumai, Yab Yab gnerngni-ngim Dumbaral, 2007, Ochre on Canvas, 140 x 100cm
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Featured Image:
Madigan Thomas, Cocky Boy, 2007, Ochre on Canvas, 80 x 60 cm

Madigan Thomas Solo

21 September - 13 October 2007

In association with Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Artist: Madigan Thomas

Image: Madigan Thomas, Cocky Boy, 2007, Ochre on Canvas, 80 x 60 cm
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Featured Image:
Conrad Tipungwuti, Jilamara, 2006, Ochre on Paper, 77 x 57 cm

Earth on Paper

August 2007

In association with Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island

Artists: Timothy Cook, Pedro Wonaeamirri, Kenny Brown, Ian Cook, Dymphna Kerinauia, Conrad Tipungwuti

Image: Conrad Tipungwuti, Jilamara, 2006, Ochre on Paper, 77 x 57 cm
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Featured Image:
Mignonette Jamin, Goormbidja and Byanimby, 2005, Ochre on Canvas, 150 x 180 cm

Mignonette Jamin Solo

22 May - 16 June 2007

In association with Waringarri Aboriginal Arts, Kununurra

Artist: Mignonette Jamin

Image: Mignonette Jamin, Goormbidja and Byanimby, 2005, Ochre on Canvas, 150 x 180 cm
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Featured Image:
Linus Warlapinni, Jilamara, 2006, Ochre on Paper, 57 x 77 cm, Artbank Australia, Sydney

Linus Warlapinni and Mary Magdelene Tipungwuti

17 April - 11 May 2007

In association with Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island

Artists: Linus Warlapinni + Mary Magdelene Tipungwuti

Image: Linus Warlapinni, Jilamara, 2006, Ochre on Paper, 57 x 77 cm, Artbank Australia, Sydney
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Unless otherwise stated all exhibitions were shown at Seva Frangos Art Gallery, Subiaco, Western Australia
Images courtesy of the artist
Featured Image:
Patrick Mung Mung, Loomoogoo, 2006, Ochre on Canvas, 90 x 120 cm

The Gentlemen of Warmun

12 - 23 December 2006

Seva Frangos Art Gallery, Subiaco Inaugural Exhibition in association with Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Artists: Patrick Mung Mung, Tommy Carroll, Beerbee Mungnari, Churchill Cann, Clancy Patrick, Gordon Barney

Image: Patrick Mung Mung, Loomoogoo, 2006, Ochre on Canvas, 90 x 120 cm
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Featured Image:
Minnie Lumai, Phyllis Ningarmara, Peggy Griffiths, Artists on Country, 2006, Photograph © Waringarri Aboriginal Arts, Kununurra

Belonging Dancing Walking

31 October - 11 November 2006

Span Galleries, Melbourne in association with Waringarri Aboriginal Arts, Kununurra

Artists: Peggy Griffiths + Minnie Lumai

Image: Minnie Lumai, Phyllis Ningarmara, Peggy Griffiths, Artists on Country, 2006, Photograph © Waringarri Aboriginal Arts, Kununurra
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Judy Mengil, Binjin, 2005, Ochre on canvas, 130 x 125 cm, Photograph on country © Waringarri Aboriginal Arts, Kununurra

Judy Mengil: Billabongs and Lily Ponds - Baliboong Nhalnhal

18 - 29 October 2005

Span Galleries, Melbourne in association with Waringarri Aboriginal Arts, Kununurra

Artist: Judy Mengil

Image: Judy Mengil, Binjin, 2005, Ochre on canvas, 130 x 125 cm, Photograph on country © Waringarri Aboriginal Arts, Kununurra
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Featured Image:
Peggy Griffiths, Goodim, 2004, Ochre on canvas, 130 x 125cm

Alan Griffiths: Traditional Stories & Peggy Griffiths: Dreaming the Spinifex

26 April - 7 May 2005

Span Galleries, Melbourne in association with Waringarri Aboriginal Arts, Kununurra

Artists: Alan Griffiths + Peggy Griffiths

Image: Peggy Griffiths, Goodim, 2004, Ochre on canvas, 130 x 125cm
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Charlene Carrington, Crossroads, 2004, Ochre on Canvas, 60 x 60 cm

Charlene Carrington Solo

12 October - 23 October 2004

Span Galleries, Melbourne in association with Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Artist: Charlene Carrington

Image: Charlene Carrington, Crossroads, 2004, Ochre on Canvas, 60 x 60 cm
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Paddy Carlton, Bullanginyja - Paper Bark Springs, 2004, Ochre on Canvas, 140 x 100 cm

Paddy Carlton Solo

August 2004

Span Galleries, Melbourne in association with Waringarri Aboriginal Arts, Kununurra

Artist: Paddy Carlton

Image: Paddy Carlton, Bullanginyja - Paper Bark Springs, 2004, Ochre on Canvas, 140 x 100 cm
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Marlene Thomas, Gurlabal, 2004, Ochre on Canvas, 45 x 120 cm

Jack Britten and the Third Generation of Warmun Artists

July 2004

Span Galleries, Melbourne in association with Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek + Waringarri Aboriginal Arts, Kununurra

Artists: Jack Britten, Marlene Thomas, Marietta Bray, Mark Nodea, Katie Cox, Tommy Carroll, Marlene Juli, Nora Nagarra, Mignonette Jamin, Peter Newry, Charlene Carrington

Image: Marlene Thomas, Gurlabal, 2004, Ochre on Canvas, 45 x 120cm
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Featured Image:
Paddy Carlton, Portrait on Country, 2004, Photograph © Waringarri Aboriginal Arts, Kununurra

Paddy Carlton Solo

January - February 2004

Lister Calder Gallery, Temporary Studio, Subiaco in partnership with Lister Calder Gallery, Temporary Studio Subiaco and in association with Warningarri Aboriginal Arts, Kununurra

Artist: Paddy Carlton

Image: Paddy Carlton, Portrait on Country, 2004, Photograph © Waringarri Aboriginal Arts, Kununurra
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Featured Image:
Anthony Hamilton, man from nowhere, 2003, Mixed Media - fabric and found objects, variable

Anthony Hamilton: road agents of fiction

July 2003

Span Galleries, Melbourne

Artist: Anthony Hamilton

Image: Anthony Hamilton, man from nowhere, 2003, Mixed Media - fabric and found objects, variable
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Gordon Barney, Gooloongnoorren, 2003, Ochre on Canvas, 120x 120 cm

120 x 120: 6 Artists - 18 New Works from Warmun

21 October - 1 November 2003

Span Galleries, Melbourne in association with Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Artists: Charlene Carrington, Hector Jandany, Shirley Purdie, Mabel Juli, Gordon Barney, Nancy Nodea

Image: Gordon Barney, Gooloongnoorren, 2003, Ochre on Canvas, 120x 120 cm
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Featured Image:
Alan Griffiths, Nunungudbi, 2003, Ochre on Canvas, 125 x130 cm, Edith Cowan University Art Collection, Perth

Alan Griffiths: Camel Trek Country

1 April - 17 April 2003

Span Galleries, Melbourne in association with Waringarri Aboriginal Arts, Kununurra

Artist: Alan Griffith

Image: Alan Griffiths, Nunungudbi, 2003, Ochre on Canvas, 125 x130 cm, Edith Cowan University Art Collection, Perth
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Henry Wambini, Date Palm Farm, 2003, Ochre on Canvas, 80 x 100 cm, Murdoch University Art Collection, Perth

The Three Old Men from Warmun

18 February - 8 March 2003

Span Galleries, Melbourne in association with Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Artists: Henry Wambini, Hector Jandany, Beerbee Mungnari

Image: Henry Wambini, Date Palm Farm, 2003, Ochre on Canvas, 80 x100 cm, Murdoch University Art Collection, Perth
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Colleen Carter, Sugarbag Yard Hill – Man Calling his Dogs, 2002, Ochre on Canvas, 75 x 45 cm

Five by Seven

January 2003

Sofitel Hotel, Melbourne in association with Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek

Artists: Katie Cox, Madigan Thomas, Betty Carrington, Colleen Carter, Mabel Juli

Image: Colleen Carter, Sugarbag Yard Hill – Man Calling his Dogs, 2002, Ochre on Canvas, 75 x 45 cm
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George Wallaby, Lake Barragoo, 2003, Ochre on Canvas, 180 x120 cm, Wesfarmers Collection of Australian Art, Perth

George Wallaby: Barragoo - Lake Gregory

2003

Span Galleries, Melbourne in partnership with Red Rock Art, Kununurra

Artist: George Wallaby

Image: George Wallaby, Lake Barragoo, 2003, Ochre on Canvas, 180 x120 cm, Wesfarmers Collection of Australian Art, Perth
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Billy Thomas, Gimbeegimberraall - Waterhole Dreaming, 2002, Ochre on Canvas, 150 x 180 cm

Billy Thomas Solo

2002

Span Galleries, Melbourne in partnership with Red Rock Art, Kununurra

Artist: Billy Thomas

Image: Billy Thomas, Gimbeegimberraall - Waterhole Dreaming, 2002,Ochre on Canvas, 150 x 180 cm
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Featured Image:
Ruby Packsaddle, Untitled, 2002, Ochre on Canvas, 80 x 120 cm

Ruby Packsaddle Solo

2002

Span Galleries, Melbourne in partnership with Red Rock Art, Kununurra

Artist: Ruby Packsaddle

Image: Ruby Packsaddle, Untitled, 2002, Ochre on Canvas, 80 x 120cm
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Featured Image:
George Wallaby, Lake Barragoo, 2001, Ochre on Canvas, 140 x 100 cm

Paintings from the East Kimberley

January 2001

Span Galleries, Melbourne in partnership with Red Rock Art, Kununurra

Artist: Billy Thomas

Image: George Wallaby, Lake Barragoo, 2001, Ochre on Canvas, 140 x100 cm
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Featured Image:
Hector Jandany, Purnululu, Ngarrgooroon Country, 2000, Ochre on Canvas, 140 x 100 cm

Hector Jandany and Queenie McKenzie

2001

Robert Lindsay Gallery, Melbourne in partnership with Red Rock Art, Kununurra and the Queenie McKenzie Estate

Artists: Hector Jandany + Queenie McKenzie

Image: Hector Jandany, Purnululu, Ngarrgooroon Country, 2000, Ochre on Canvas, 140 x 100 cm
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Queenie McKenzie, Lajibany, 1998, Ochre on Canvas, 120 x 80 cm, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth

Queenie McKenzie

2001

St Georges Terrace Perth in partnership with Red Rock Art, Kununurra and the Queenie McKenzie Estate and supported by Hawiian Property

Artist: Queenie McKenzie

Image: Queenie McKenzie, Lajibany, 1998, Ochre on Canvas, 120 x 80 cm, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth
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George Wallaby, Floodwater - Lake Barragoo, 2000, Ochre on Canvas, 90x 120 cm

Seva Frangos Art at Cowara House

January 2000

Cowaramup, Margeret River in partnership with Red Rock Art, Kununurra

Image: George Wallaby, Floodwater- Lake Barragoo, 2000, Ochre on Canvas, 90 x 120 cm
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Timothy Cook, Kulama, 2010, Ochre on linen, 120cm x 200cm
Timothy Cook exhibited with Seva Frangos Art gallery throughout its decade with significant solo exhibitions and three Earth on Paper exhibitions with his fellow artists
Courtesy the artist, Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island, Seva Frangos Art, Perth and the Wesfarmers Collection of Australian Art, Perth
Collection: Wesfarmers Collection of Australian Art, Perth
Timothy Cook, Kulama, 2010, Ochre on linen 120cm x 200cm
Timothy Cook exhibited with Seva Frangos Art gallery throughout its decade with significant solo exhibitions and three Earth on Paper exhibitions with his fellow artists.
Courtesy the artist, Jilamara Arts & Crafts, Melville Island, Seva Frangos Art, Perth and the Wesfarmers Collection of Australian Art, Perth
Collection: Wesfarmers Collection of Australian Art, Perth

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