Tali Gallery is pleased to exhibit work from the Papunya Tjupi Aboriginal Owned Community Enterprise, representing over 100 artists, where sharing of knowledge and skills to foster self determination and cultural development is encouraged.  This is done through arts practice, community activities, meaningful employment and training opportunities.

All proceeds are shared between the artists and the funding of further community projects.

These artists participated in an exhibition in Paris last year to coincide with the Musee du Quai Branly exhibiting  paintings created by their forebears in dedication to the start of the Aboriginal contemporary art movement.

The famous art critic, Robert Hughes, remarked that Aboriginal Art was not only the last great art movement of the 20th Century, but also the first of the 21st Century.  The paintings being created in the desert are culturally rich and provide insights into the oldest living continuous culture in the world – the stories of these paintings are included on this website under the ‘artists’ banner.


Tilau Nangala, Mikantji 152 x 91cm $

Tilau Nangala “Mikantji” 152 x 91cm $2565

Doris Bush

Doris Bush “Tjurrpinyi” 122 x 91 $2335


Sharon Butcher Napanangka “Bush Seeds” 122 x 71cm $1425

Lynn Ward Napangardi

Lynn Ward Napangardi “Sand Drawings” 91 x 51cm $795


Mavis Nampitjinpa Marks “Kapi Tjukurrpa” 122 x 91cm $1799


Narlie Nakamarra “Kapi Tjukurrpa” 122 x 71 $1425




Rosalie Miller Jugadai Napaltjarri, Karrinyarra 152 x 91cm

Rosalie Miller Jugadai Napaltjarri “Karrinyarra” 152 x 91cm $2565