Warlimpirrnga Tjapaltjarri, Thomas Tjapaltjarri and Walala Tjapaltjarri survived a harsh existence in the desert, coming in to the Kiwikurra community in 1984 for their first contact with Europeans. In 2021 they are all accomplished artists. Warlimpirrnga Tjapaltjarri is an internationally recognised artist with a huge following. Gannon House Gallery has worked with these artists for the last 15 years and we are currently exhibiting a large collection of their stunning paintings.
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Yinarupa Nangala has worked with Gannon House Gallery for fifteen years. She began painting for Papunya Tula artists corporation in 1996. Her father, Anatjari Tjampitjina, was one of the founding members. She now lives in Kiwikurra and since 2001 has painted for a...
Read about artwork from the Utopia Community, east of Alice Springs and home to Emily Kame Kngwarre, Gloria Petyarre and Kathleen Petyarre among others.
Coolamons are vessels hollowed from sections of wood or bark used for carrying everything from food to babies. They were shaped as elongated, concave, ovals for easy of transport on the hip. Some examples were highly decorated and usually painted for sale or trade....
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