Collectors' Portfolio

Collectors’ Portfolio

  Tali Gallery is pleased to present a selection of highly appealing paintings from a special collection of Indigenous Art which spans a range of communities and a broad size and price spectrum. Each work has impeccable provenance and each yields a resale royalty payment to the artist of 5%....
Exquisite Fibre at Tali Gallery

Exquisite Fibre at Tali Gallery

Aboriginal Artists from Arnhem Land are constantly reinventing their pandanus creations and we are  proud to be exhibiting a new display of bowls, mats, dilly and string bags which make the heart sing.  Working with pandanus is arduous – time consuming and requiring great skill – the dyes used are...
Top End, Tiwi and Kimberley Ochres

Top End, Tiwi and Kimberley Ochres

We are exhibiting a stunning collection of artworks decorated in natural ochres from top end art centres including Elcho Island, Maningrida and Milingimbi; as well as the Tiwi Islands and the Kimberley.  These are not yet uploaded on our website but include lorrikon hollow logs, barks and ochre paintings (including...
Celebrating Tjanpi Desert Weavers

Celebrating Tjanpi Desert Weavers

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Upcoming Events and Exhibitions including Visiting Artists

Upcoming Events and Exhibitions including Visiting Artists

                    SEPTEMBER 13 – SATURDAY AFTERNOON SALON WITH GIRRINGUN ARTISTS FROM  RAINFOREST COUNTRY AROUND CARDWELL, QUEENSLAND A launch of the Art Centre’s new fine art print collection:  Please join us from 2 to 5pm on Saturday September 13 to welcome Artists and Staff to Sydney and...
Warlpiri Drawings at the National Museum of Australia, Warlpiri Art available at Tali Gallery

Warlpiri Drawings at the National Museum of Australia, Warlpiri Art available at Tali Gallery

There is a very special exhibition of Walpiri Drawings at the National Museum in Canberra which we highly recommend visiting but which you can also see online via this link:  http://www.nma.gov.au/exhibitions/warlpiri                   Tali Gallery has a large collection of artworks by the current generation of artists  from...
GhostNet Jewellery from Erub Arts

GhostNet Jewellery from Erub Arts

Tali Gallery is proud to present Erub Arts stunning GhostNet Bags, Necklaces and Cuffs here in Rozelle in Sydney. GhostNets wash up on our beaches across the top of Australia after travelling through the oceans wreaking havoc.   Indigenous artists recycle them into beautiful creations to wear and as decorative art. We have a wide...
Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair - Artworks available from Tali Gallery

Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair – Artworks available from Tali Gallery

The Aboriginal Art Fair was held in Darwin this weekend and Tali Gallery offers artworks by many of the artists represented.  Here is a small selection but you can see the paintings, soft sculptures and other wonderful creations from communities in our Artwork catalogue and much of our uncatalogued artefacts pictured in other blogs on...
Telstra Aboriginal Art Awards 2014, Shortlisted Finalists, at Tali Gallery

Telstra Aboriginal Art Awards 2014, Shortlisted Finalists, at Tali Gallery

     
Et Tu at Tali Gallery

Et Tu at Tali Gallery

These two magnificant valets have been designed by Simon Alexander Cook and are inspired by his passion for Indigenous culture and the sea. Ideal for a foyer as an art piece when not in use, or for inviting guests to hang their coats when visiting; or for a bedroom as an alternative to the floor...
Tjanpi Desert Weavers' Tinka's, Baskets, Feature pieces and more....

Tjanpi Desert Weavers’ Tinka’s, Baskets, Feature pieces and more….

The Gallery is decorated with the most beautiful Tjanpi Desert Weavers’ work which is featured in series 3 of Hetti Perkin’s Art and Soul – for the walls, free standing, functional and decorative baskets, feature pieces – by a collection of established and emerging artists.  Some have contributed to the Tjanpi Work in the String...
Handpainted Gumnut Creations by Cleonie Quayle and her daughter, Jade

Handpainted Gumnut Creations by Cleonie Quayle and her daughter, Jade

We are delighted to represent  Cleonie Quayle’s Designer Range of HandPainted Gumnut and Quandong Jewellery which she creates with her daughter Jade – it’s all about passing down culture!    Handpainted natives are blended with sea glass, wooden or linen beads, beads made from recycled paper or beautiful chunks of agate in amber or turquoise...
Sculptured Pandanus

Sculptured Pandanus

Artists from various communities in Arnhemland are applying their exceptional talent and enjoying the creation of 3D Pandanus works.  We are pleased to present Owls, Camp Dogs and a remarkable Turtle in a range of colours using natural dyes.
Yawkyawk and Lilies

Yawkyawk and Lilies

Tali Gallery has curated an exhibition of textiles at Kings Cross Library for the City of Sydney’s NAIDOC Week program.  The exhibition will enliven the Library space for a period of two months and includes stretched screenprinted fabrics, bunting and lino printed fabric squares as well as  storyboards explaining the themes and accompanying information about...
"Threads from Meriam Mir" at Customs House Library - July/August for NAIDOC Week

“Threads from Meriam Mir” at Customs House Library – July/August for NAIDOC Week

Tali Gallery has curated an exhibition of bright and beautiful textiles from Erub Ewer Meta Artists working from the Art Centre on Darnley Island in the Torres Straits, who revitalise their Meriam Mir culture through their arts and crafts. The fabrics on display are available for sale from Tali Gallery on behalf of the art...
Beanie Festival at Tali Gallery

Beanie Festival at Tali Gallery

On Friday  18th July, we’ll be exhibiting beanies created by local children together with a selection from the Beanie Museum in Alice Springs. We are encouraging schools to hold a beanie day as a NAIDOC Week event to fundraise for the Indigenous Literacy Foundation to help make a difference. The theme is ‘Out of this...