Polly Ngale at Tali Gallery

Polly Ngale at Tali Gallery

Polly Ngale, Utopia, Bush Plum,  70 x 150cm 
Lena Pwerle at Tali Gallery

Lena Pwerle at Tali Gallery

Lena Pwerle at Tali Gallery – several works in a range of sizes to choose from –  in warming colours of orange, yellow, red and a hint of purple in a free flowing depiction of the Soakages found in the desert.  Please contact the gallery for further information.  A similar...
Alison Puruntatameri at Tali Gallery

Alison Puruntatameri at Tali Gallery

Alison Puruntatameri from the Tiwi Islands, natural ochres, Redlands Art Prize Entry, 120 x 180cm…..
Katjarra Butler at Tali Gallery

Katjarra Butler at Tali Gallery

Katjarra Butler has recently been awarded the Wyndham Art Prize.  This artwork has art centre provenance – it is 179 x 148cm.                        We also have a stunning work from the art centre at Tjukula – Tjarlirli Arts – by...
Kathy Maringka at Tali Gallery

Kathy Maringka at Tali Gallery

Kathy Maringka, APY Lands, South Australia, “Wildflowers”,  90 x 150cm
Bugai Whyoulter and Nora Wompi at Tali Gallery

Bugai Whyoulter and Nora Wompi at Tali Gallery

                            We are pleased to present two pairs of paintings in a small exhibition of Bugai Whyoulter and Nora Wompi, Matu women from the Western Australian desert – the Pilbara region, where the story of Rabbit Proof...
Dulcie Kelly at Tali Gallery

Dulcie Kelly at Tali Gallery

Dulcie Kelly Nungala, Mt Liebig, Northern Territory,  “Sandhills” (with Waterholes) 183 x 75cm (Art Centre Provenance)
Jeannie Mills Pwerl at Tali Gallery

Jeannie Mills Pwerl at Tali Gallery

Jeannie Mills Pwerl, Alyawarr, Northern Territory, “Anaty” (Desert Yam) 120 x 180cm  (other sizes and colours available)
Loretta Jones Petyarre at Tali Gallery

Loretta Jones Petyarre at Tali Gallery

Loretta Jones Petyarre, Arawerr, Northern Territory, “Iy-lenky-La”  90 x 180cm
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Tali Gallery will reopen on Wednesday 5th October

Tali Gallery will reopen on Wednesday 5th October

Tali Gallery will be closed while we take a well earned break from Friday 30th Sept to Tuesday 5th October Inclusive. We apologise for any inconvenience. Deliveries can be left with our neighbours at the Rug shop next door.
Delighted to be Included in the Best of Sydney List Again

Delighted to be Included in the Best of Sydney List Again

This will be the sixth time that Tali Gallery has been involved in the Best of Sydney’s listings.  Our focus on philanthropy and education, our eclectic offerings and our personal service has stood firm for nearly seven years.   We are grateful to Alternative Media for their support.  
EOFY - Accelerated Depreciation on Art Purchases for Businesses

EOFY – Accelerated Depreciation on Art Purchases for Businesses

EOFY – June 30 Is Approaching and it represents an Opportunity to Businesses to Purchase Art Amendments to the tax rules in 2015 now allow businesses to claim an immediate deduction for artworks under $20,000. It is intended to put money into the economy and provide an incentive for spending which generates income for provider...
Small Artworks - $135 Ready to Hang on the Wall

Small Artworks – $135 Ready to Hang on the Wall

Small paintings make wonderful gifts for any occasion and for your own home, they can be hung together in groups of 2, 3, 4 or more – our 30x30cm stretched ‘blocks’ are ready to hang on the wall.   There is a wide range of colours, stories and designs to choose from – subtle or strong, colourful...
Wandjina at Tali Gallery

Wandjina at Tali Gallery

During the Vivid light festival happening in Sydney in June, several Aboriginal artists’ works will be projected onto the sales of the Opera House, including the Wandjina, by Donny Woolagoodja, a Worora elder from the Kimberley. Donny is the custodian of the country of the Wandjina which is a creation ancestor. Donny was a finalist in...
Seasonal Opening Hours

Seasonal Opening Hours

Tali Gallery will be open as follows as the weather cools towards, and during winter:    Tuesday to Friday:   11am to 6pm  and on  Saturday  from 10.30am to 4pm. We are closed on Sundays and Mondays. It is possible to make an appointment for art or gift purchases on weeknights between 6 and 8pm....
Daniel O'Shane - Fine Art Prints at Tali Gallery

Daniel O’Shane – Fine Art Prints at Tali Gallery

Daniel O’Shane, a range of Limited Edition, Fine Art Prints from small to medium to very large, but all very beautiful, featured in the UNSW Indigenous Law Bulletin in October 25, including two Telstra Award Finalist pieces.
Wild Horses from Lance James - On Line Exhibition

Wild Horses from Lance James – On Line Exhibition

Lance James  is a Pitintjarra man from Kaltukatjara (Docker River) who has been painting with Bindi Arts for  many years, and while he still lives in Docker River, he travels to Alice Springs for respite.   He was born in 1965. There is great movement and strength in his small paintings of horses, cowboys, bulls in the setting of his country  – subjects...
Silk Scarves - for Winter Warmth or Gift Giving

Silk Scarves – for Winter Warmth or Gift Giving

Tali Gallery offers an extensive range of stunning silk scarves, priced from $45 through to $350 according to size, whether commercial or handcrafted, and grade of silk.   All are hand selected for their relative quality and beauty and there is a wide range of colours and designs from subtle or pastel through to ‘loud’...
Long Weekend Opening Hours

Long Weekend Opening Hours

We are open from 10am to 4pm on Saturday of the Anzac Weekend.  We will be closed on Sunday, Monday and also Tuesday morning. 
New Tjanpi Baskets with Emu Feathers

New Tjanpi Baskets with Emu Feathers

We have received a delightful selection of Tjanpi baskets adorned with luscious emu feathers, woven from desert grasses and raffia by traditional artists in the APY Lands. One is off to an overseas museum in Europe and we’ve previously supplied one for a Museum in the US, but there is a range of sizes by...
New Ceramics from Yarrabah, Qld

New Ceramics from Yarrabah, Qld

We are delighted to have received a range of ceramics from artists in the Yarrabah community in Far North Queensland, adorned with traditional designs. There are colourful and practical bowls in medium and small sizes  by Valmai Pollard and Edna Ambrym, as well as stunning coil pots by Michelle Yeatman.   Enquiries welcome.