Newly Arrived Collectible Art including Jimmy Baker and Maringka Baker

Newly Arrived Collectible Art including Jimmy Baker and Maringka Baker

We have some very beautiful secondary market works available for sale  from a collector with impeccible art centre provenance.  Please contact the Gallery using the contact form to obtain further information.
Feature:   Fine Art Print Artist - Daniel O'Shane

Feature: Fine Art Print Artist – Daniel O’Shane

Daniel O’Shane is a young emerging artist who was a Finalist in the 2014 Telstra Awards for ‘Works on Paper’.  He received a Highly Commended Accolade.   We love his work which shows a fine sense of composition and craftsmanship.  We feel his talent will see him well into the...
New Pastels Showing the Soft Light Time from the Eastern Desert

New Pastels Showing the Soft Light Time from the Eastern Desert

Several clients have asked us to source artworks in soft, gentle pastels and we’ve some additional works in these hues which shimmer and display the most delicate subtlety.  Here’s an online exhibition of these works currently available.  Please use the Contact form for further information:          ...
Melanie Hava's Jabiru and Brolga's

Melanie Hava’s Jabiru and Brolga’s

Tali Gallery is delighted to represent Indigenous Artist, Melanie Hava in Sydney.  We love her stunning depictions of Brolga’s and Jabiru which show such elegance and grace, on backgrounds of beautifully detailed patterning from her traditional heritage.   We are pleased that NITV chose Melanie’s red Brolga’s Dancing painting below...
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Tali Gallery - New Space

Tali Gallery – New Space

Tali Gallery has a new space at 134 Victoria Road in Rozelle which we will be opening soon with the same friendly, helpful service! The main Gallery is still located at 667 Darling Street diagonally opposite. Both will soon be burgeoning with beautiful fine art, limited edition fine art prints, crafts and unique and stylish...
Barbara Weir - Subtle Earthen Tones and Flowing Grasses

Barbara Weir – Subtle Earthen Tones and Flowing Grasses

We have two paintings with utmost Dacou provenance, from her son’s gallery, by artist Barbara Weir – one depicting her Mother’s Country and another the flowing grasses of her homeland (Grass Seed Dreaming).  Both are 180cm x 120cm in size.  Please use the contact page for further information.          
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...
Bilbies, Eggs and Crosses - Fair Trade Crafts at Easter

Bilbies, Eggs and Crosses – Fair Trade Crafts at Easter

Meaningful and Beautiful Easter Giving which makes a difference  and which give lasting pleasure!   Hand painted, cross cultural, fair trade, recycled paper eggs bearing a range of Aboriginal Artworks, handpainted ceramic crosses by Aboriginal artists from Central Australia, Bright Colourful Bilbies created from handwoven, handsewn fabric, lacquerware boxes that could be filled with miniature...
Colourful Swirling Water Glass Bowls and new Gift Additions to our Gallery Shop

Colourful Swirling Water Glass Bowls and new Gift Additions to our Gallery Shop

We have some very beautiful additions to the Gallery Shop, including small, medium and large glass bowls, coolamons and coasters.    There are practical gift ideas including cases for reading glasses, and bamboo t-shirts depicting native animals and their names in various Aboriginal languages.  We always have a great selection of small paintings which make...
Aboriginal Art Exhibition in March -  a Month of Art:  Rozelle Art Fest, LOST Art Trail

Aboriginal Art Exhibition in March – a Month of Art: Rozelle Art Fest, LOST Art Trail

The gallery is participating in several local and Sydney wide art events during March and is delighted to bring a diverse group of artists and styles together to celebrate Indigenous knowledge of astronomy and the importance of this understanding to their survival – ‘Reach for the Stars’.    
Sourcing Art for the Indigenous Law Bulletin

Sourcing Art for the Indigenous Law Bulletin

Copies of the Indigenous Law Bulletin (published by the University of NSW) have arrived on our desk – we are proud to have been asked to source the artworks for this important issue on Constitutional Recognition and I’m sure the artist will feel particularly proud! I’ll be sending copies to the art centre to show...
New Fine Art Prints - Aboriginal Art

New Fine Art Prints – Aboriginal Art

We have received some stunning and evocative, hand coloured, editioned, sea and country etchings from Pormpuraaw Community in far North Queensland.  Some of these (including Crocodile Sorcerer) are related to the current exhibition showing at the Australian Museum in Sydney called Garrigarrang: Sea Country.   Each is priced at $300.
Jukurrpa from Yuendumu - Aboriginal Art History

Jukurrpa from Yuendumu – Aboriginal Art History

Tali Gallery is exhibiting several works by the artists included in the current Australian Museum exhibition in Sydney.                                           In 1982, nine Warlpiri artists travelled from Yuendumu, in the Northern Territory’s Tanami Desert, to dance...
Collectible Aboriginal Art - Robert Campbell Jnr

Collectible Aboriginal Art – Robert Campbell Jnr

Robert Campbell Jnr was the much loved brother of Tali Gallery friend, Aunty Margret Campbell who has asked us to sell this painting on behalf of her family. Coincidentally, Artbank are holding an exhibition of his work in Sydney.  The painting is valued at $22,000. Robert Jake Campbell Jnr. was born in Kempsey New South Wales...
Handcrafted Silver Jewellery from Mavis Wari

Handcrafted Silver Jewellery from Mavis Wari

Mavis Wari collaborates with non Indigenous artist, Siri Omberg in Alice Springs.  Mavis transposes traditional stories, symbols, totemic animals and plants onto drop and stud silver earrings and pendants.  We are pleased to offer a small range of her work from Tali Gallery.  All are sterling silver and are priced at $200 each.  You can...
Modern Murri Homewares at Tali Gallery

Modern Murri Homewares at Tali Gallery

Modernmurri  Contemporary Aboriginal Design Modernmurri is a unique Aboriginal art studio based in Sydney. Founded by Suzy Evans in 2003 in Moree, NSW. It specialises in individually handcrafted homewares and accessories, where each product has been locally and ethically sourced with an environmentally friendly conscience. The modernmurri designs have been inspired by the local Goomeroi country and culture, but accented with a modern timeless...