After a very special Aboriginal Art event....

After a very special Aboriginal Art event….

We enjoyed the most wonderful, heartwarming experience of hosting a visit from Lenie Namatjira and Gloria Pannka, the granddaughters of Albert Namatjira who watched their forebears painting and are accomplished artists today, passing on culture in turn to the next generation.  Here are some photographs from the day which was...
Exhibition of Watercolours  1pm Saturday 29th March

Exhibition of Watercolours 1pm Saturday 29th March

Tali Gallery will be launching a new exhibition of watercolours in the style of Albert Namatjira from his descendants who paint in their community art centre, Ngurratjuta Many Hands, in Alice Springs.   Opening 29th March with a reception for two of the artists – Lenie Namatjira and Gloria Pannka....
Deep Listening Deep Looking

Deep Listening Deep Looking

A collection of stunning works by artists from Tjarlirli Artists at Tjukurla, a desert region just over the border of WA, about ten hours drive from Alice Springs -women who know their country intimately – including iconic elder artist,  Tjawina Porter:  
Out of this World - Time to Start Getting Creative

Out of this World – Time to Start Getting Creative

Each year, Tali Gallery works with the Beanie Festival in Alice Springs to spread the joy of making beanies and to help raise funds for the Indigenous Literacy Foundation.    Each year, Tali G works with a different segment of the Sydney community – professional textile artists and Wrapped with...
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Easter Opening Hours - Saturday 19th - 11am to 5pm

Easter Opening Hours – Saturday 19th – 11am to 5pm

Tali Gallery will be open over the Easter break on Saturday 19th only – closed on Friday 18th and Sunday 20th/ Monday 21st – back on Tuesday.   Happy Easter!   If you’re still Easter gift searching for Sunday, we have both painted and unpainted emu eggs and ochre painted crocodile eggs; wonderful baskets to...
Beautiful Textile Lengths from Bawinanga Aboriginal Artists

Beautiful Textile Lengths from Bawinanga Aboriginal Artists

This women’s cooperative located in Maningrida in Arnhem Land is famous for portraying their traditional culture on screen printed and lino printed textiles.   We currently have a selection of two metre lengths of linen and cotton suitable for clothing in stock.
Erub Arts from Darnley Island - TSI Art and Culture on the Runway - Fashion Accessories and Fabulous Fabrics

Erub Arts from Darnley Island – TSI Art and Culture on the Runway – Fashion Accessories and Fabulous Fabrics

Tali Gallery has enjoyed representing the beautiful and talented artists from the Torres Strait Islands who create fabulous cuffs, necklaces and bags from ghost nets (yes fishing nets!) that wash up on their beaches.   It was a joy to see their stunning clothing and accessories on the runway at the inaugural Australian Indigenous Fashion...
Aboriginal Art and Design on The Runway - Australian Indigenous Fashion Week

Aboriginal Art and Design on The Runway – Australian Indigenous Fashion Week

Tali Gallery has always been delighted to represent the Bundjalung women from Casino  - the Wake Up Time Group – who create the most beautiful silk scarves and wraps/ sarongs dyed with natural leaves such as eucalypt – priced at $45, $75 and $150.  Here are some photographs of their silks and woven accessories from...
Aboriginal Art - 30x30s ready to hang on the wall

Aboriginal Art – 30x30s ready to hang on the wall

These delightful small paintings from Yuendumu make perfect gifts – they’re stretched and ready to hang on the wall and are priced at $135 each.  They can be paired up or hung as a triptych or quartet, or in blocks to make a large rectangle.  They can also be packed and posted as stretched artworks....
Workshop Event - Lenie Namatjira and Gloria Pannka - 29th March

Workshop Event – Lenie Namatjira and Gloria Pannka – 29th March

Tali Gallery is delighted to announce that we will be holding a reception and a watercolour workshop with Albert Namatjira’s Granddaughters, Lenie Namatjira, and Gloria Pannka, daughter of one of the original ‘Hermannsburg’ watercolourists, Claude Pannka.   Both artists have paintings included in the collection of the Art Gallery of NSW. The artists will be...
New in - Beautiful Waterhole Bowls and Platters

New in – Beautiful Waterhole Bowls and Platters

These are some of the stunning new waterhole bowls in medium and large sizes that we’ve just received from Summer Matthews – handpainted, kiln fired, slumped glass with the irregularities found in handmade crafts.  We also have a range of large flat platters in similar colouring and designs.
Trucks Planes Helicopters and Watertanks in the APY Landscape

Trucks Planes Helicopters and Watertanks in the APY Landscape

    Flying in a plane to an exhibition in Brisbane made a lasting impression on Barney Kumanara who now frequently includes an aeroplane in his paintings of scenery (including camels and fruit trees or native animals such as emu’s and kangaroo’s).   Tiger Yaltangki depicts trucks and water tanks on the ground incorporating quirky perspectives and great...
Miniature Kimberley Ochres

Miniature Kimberley Ochres

Newly arrived from the other side of Australia, charming ochres 25x25cm from a range of very special Waringarri Artists.   You can see them here:  http://www.taligallery.com/extra2/Kim3/extra2-art-list1.asp  
Art Month Sydney - Tali Gallery Exhibition Opening 8th March

Art Month Sydney – Tali Gallery Exhibition Opening 8th March

Tali Gallery is participating, once again, in Art Month Sydney.   We will be exhibiting ‘Sojourn to Another Planet’ – Bringing the Desert to the City and showing Different Skill Sets in Different Worlds.
New Crafts in the Tali Gallery Shop - www.talionline.com.au

New Crafts in the Tali Gallery Shop – www.talionline.com.au

New Artist at Tali Gallery - Kamahi King - Urban Sophistication

New Artist at Tali Gallery – Kamahi King – Urban Sophistication

We are delighted to welcome Kamahi King, a Gurindji artist, to Tali Gallery.  These are preliminary works for sale but we will be holding an exhibition of Kamahi’s exquisite and elegant work in the near future.   You can view details of his work here: http://www.taligallery.com/artists/Kam819/artist-art-list1.asp