Valuable Kimberley Stories - Country in Lithographs and Screenprints

Valuable Kimberley Stories – Country in Lithographs and Screenprints

Presenting a body of valuable and collectible, limited edition Lithographs and Screen Prints from Kimberley Artists who were the pioneers of recounting stories of their country in artworks.  These fine art prints document Jaandoo (Wild Dog Dreaming), Hunting at Yardanggarim, The artists include Rover (Roba) Thomas,  Paddy (Carlton) Gwambany/Malgbirr, Hector Googiny Jandany, Tommy...
Waru Bush Fire - it's about the Story

Waru Bush Fire – it’s about the Story

Waru Bush Fire – molten heat or cool blue  “Bush Fire” paintings from Central Australia by Joseph Tjangala Zimran. Australian Aboriginal artists must have permission and custodianship to recount traditional stories whether it is through storytelling, song, ceremony, dance or painting.   Colour can be arbitrary.  Bush Orange paintings can be green.  Bush Fire...
Sarrita King at Tali Aboriginal Art Gallery

Sarrita King at Tali Aboriginal Art Gallery

Exhibition Opening Late June Sarrita King is a young and very talented Gurrindji artist with a very promising future.  She has exhibited throughout Australia and worldwide including Art Curiel in Paris and is held in private collections internationally and in the Aboriginal Art Museum in Utrecht.   Her father inspired her...
The Heart of Winter - Bush Foods in Warming Colours

The Heart of Winter – Bush Foods in Warming Colours

July Exhibition at Tali Aboriginal Art Gallery Paintings in warming colours depicting Bush Tucker found in the Eastern Desert of Central Australia – including artists – Jeannie Mills Pwerle, Josie Petrick Kemarre and Lisa Mills.
Songline Scenario's from Ngarrinjeri Country - July Exhibition

Songline Scenario’s from Ngarrinjeri Country – July Exhibition

    Cedric Varcoe created a series of 28 miniature paintings depicting the Songline of the Ngarrinjeri following the Murray River in South Australia. “Ngurunderi came down the river Murray making our country with the help of Pondi the big Murray Cod and they made Ngarrinjeri Country.” And it is the making...
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Interior Design Ideas at Tali Gallery

Interior Design Ideas at Tali Gallery

Tali Gallery has a wide range of Aboriginal paintings, crafts and artefacts which are created in remote communities by Aboriginal artists as well as by urban and regional designers and artisians.   Here are some examples of the diversity that is possible although the offerings are far ranging including highly traditional, highly contemporary, pastels and...
The Wandjina - East Kimberley's Ancient Aboriginal Culture

The Wandjina – East Kimberley’s Ancient Aboriginal Culture

We are proud to present this stunning collection of limited edition, fine art prints by Edna Dale from the Kimberley – ancient wisdom and stories in a very modern aesthetic.   Please contact the gallery for further information, or come and see them from 10th July.   Each is 42×59.5cm and all are editioned as...
Recent Commissions for Tali Gallery Clients

Recent Commissions for Tali Gallery Clients

Clients often see a particular artist’s work that makes their heart sing, or they may have a need for a particular size or style – so we go looking! We ensure the artwork will be sourced in a way that is ethical and has the best cultural integrity and provenance possible.  We also ensure the client is happy...
Additions to the Tali Gallery Gift Shop

Additions to the Tali Gallery Gift Shop

There are some stunning new arrivals in the Tali Gallery Gift Shop for children, men and women in a range of prices – for either special, or simply ‘thinking of you’,  occasions.   Aboriginal Gifts help artists and communities through the income stream of royalty payments or through operating their own businesses. From small paintings,...
New Additions - Aboriginal Gifts and Australiana in the Tali Gallery Shop

New Additions – Aboriginal Gifts and Australiana in the Tali Gallery Shop

                                          We are delighted to add some very charming new items to the Tali Gallery shop.  All tasteful and beautiful and fitting in with our making a difference ethos – handmade, Fairtrade, Eco Friendly, made from recycled materials...
Beanie Festival in Sydney - Alice Springs Museum Pieces on Display at Tali Gallery

Beanie Festival in Sydney – Alice Springs Museum Pieces on Display at Tali Gallery

The Alice Springs Beanie Festival has been operating for nearly 20 years annually.  It brings beanie lovers together from around the world for a weekend of beanie fun with a different theme each year and competitive entries as well as beanie related activities.  Last year’s theme was ‘Out of this World’ and this year’s theme...
Tali Gallery Sourcing Feature Artists for the Indigenous Law Bulletin

Tali Gallery Sourcing Feature Artists for the Indigenous Law Bulletin

Tali Gallery sourced the artwork for the Indigenous Law Bulletin issue for April 2015 and featured Tiwi Artist, Karina Coombes. Karina paints in ochres with her community art centre in the Tiwi Islands and her dramatic subjects include the Milky Way,  Solar Eclipse, the Kulama Ceremony Moon and Shooting Stars. Tali Gallery is often asked to source...
Tali Gallery's set design for National Indigenous Television

Tali Gallery’s set design for National Indigenous Television

Tali Gallery created a set design for NITV for a seminar at the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence, conceived by Executive Producer of  NITV Current Affairs, Catherine Liddle, ‘The ACOSS-NCIE Media Forum, Telling our Stories for a More Inclusive Society” which will be screened on the Awaken television program, hosted by Stan Grant and Catherine...
Tali Gallery Window - Matu Artist, Bugai Whyoulter

Tali Gallery Window – Matu Artist, Bugai Whyoulter

  The artwork hung in the window of our Victoria Road space during early July was by Bugai Whyoulter, a highly traditional Matu artist from WA.  These two pieces and another in the Gallery have been sold but we are able to source further works by this artist.   Bugai was recently featured in Art...
Congratulations to Finalists in Telstra AATSIA Awards 2015

Congratulations to Finalists in Telstra AATSIA Awards 2015

Tali Gallery extends our congratulations to the artists accepted into this year’s Telstra Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Art Awards 2015 at MAGNT in Darwin. There are several Tali Gallery artists among the Finalists including Sid Bruce Short Joe, Mabel Juli and Phyllis Thomas, Esther Giles, Glen Mackie  and Daniel O’Shane, Tiger Yaltangki, Florence Gutchen and we also...
Lappi Lappi Tjukurrpa

Lappi Lappi Tjukurrpa

Stunning paintings by Magda Nakamarra Curtis were featured in our Gallery window space on Victoria Road during June. These have also been featured when Tali Gallery created a set design for NITV for a seminar at the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence, conceived by Executive Producer of  NITV Current Affairs, Catherine Liddle, ‘The ACOSS-NCIE Media Forum, Telling...
Fair Trade Fortnight at Tali Gallery

Fair Trade Fortnight at Tali Gallery

Tali Gallery supplies art, artefacts and crafts from remote Aboriginal Owned, not for profit community art centres at their set prices, working on Fair Trade principles. Our Gallery Shop also offers a wide range of crafts and gift ideas which are Fair Trade classified – many from our own shores and some projects operated by Australians...
Karina Coombes - Tiwi Night Skies

Karina Coombes – Tiwi Night Skies

Upcoming Exhibition – late May Karina Coombes will be our featured exhibition artist.   Karina paints in ochres with her community art centre in the Tiwi Islands and her dramatic subjects include the Milky Way,  Solar Eclipse, the Kulama Ceremony Moon and Shooting Stars. Tali Gallery is often asked to source artwork and information about Aboriginal artists...