The beautiful ‘Family Trees’ exhibition held by Desart in collaboration with the MBantua Festival is now showcased at the Tangentyere Gallery until the 15th of November. Experience vibrant artworks that embrace experimentation and innovation, whilst keeping culture and traditions strong. The picturesque WestMacs painted by the Hermannsburg School artists are displayed at the courtyard.
Where: 16 Fogarty Street, Alice Springs.
Below are the exhibited works. For inquiries, contact the Tangentyere Gallery: 08 89514242
From Left to right:
-Douglas Kwarlpe Abbott /36 x 54 cm Watercolour Paper/West MacDonnell Ranges, NT
-Gloria Pannka /36 x 54 cm Watercolour Paper/Hamliton downs, NT
-Mervyn Rubuntja /74 x 54 cm/Mt Undoolya, East of Alice Springs, NT
-Hilary Wirri /52 x 23 cm Watercolor/West MacDonnell Ranges, NT
-Lenie Namatjira /26 x 74 cm Watercolour with board backing/West MacDonnell Ranges, NT, near Mt Liebig
-Peter Tjutjatja Taylor /53 x 74 cm Watercolour on paperboard /Mid Day at Standley Chasm, West MacDonnell Ranges, NT
-Ivy Pareroultja /54 x 23 cm Watercolour on paperboard /Near Ormiston Gorge in the West MacDonnell Ranges, NT
Ngurratjuta artists will showcase an exhibition on the Central Desert bird theme. The exhibition includes paintings depicting the Emu dreaming, watercolour landscapes with birds in the West Macdonnell ranges – by Hermannsburg school artists, Black Cockatoos and more beautiful birds on paper and canvas.
Name of artists participating: Rienhold Inkamala, Douglas Abbott, Peter Taylor, Ivy Pareroultja, Marie Abbott, Mervyn Rubuntja, Margaret Scobie, Myra Ah Chee, and others
You can view the exhibition online HERE
Painting by Rienhold Inkamala