Exhibition of Australian Aboriginal Art in Wimbledon

Exhibition of Australian Aboriginal Art in Wimbledon

Posted by Lady Wimbledon | 20 April 2017 | Arts & Culture

Wimbledon Fine Art in association with Sarah-Jane Holden, Tingari Arts of Central Australia and Eastern Desert Art invite you to the major exhibition ‘Australian Aboriginal Art’ which is set to open on Sunday 23 April in Wimbledon Village for two weeks.

Enjoy a glass of champagne whilst admiring the vibrant and mesmeric artwork by a number of talented indigenous artists. The star attraction is a painting by Gloria Petyarre – in black, yellow and white and a painting by her sister Kathleen Petyarre. There will also be paintings by three of the Tjapaltjarri brothers ‘The Last Nomads’.

All of the paintings are top drawer and highly collectable.

Here’s a preview of some of the paintings that will be showcased at the exhibition.

Gloria Petyarre

Kathleen Petyarre

Thomas & Walala

Ronnie Tjampitjinpa

Mitjili Napurrula ‘Watiya & Water Going Through the Root System’

Where: 41 Church Road, Wimbledon Village, London SW19 5DQ

Opening Times: 11.00am – 4.00pm

When: Sunday 23 April 2017 (For two weeks)

Visit: aboriginal-artists.co.uk
Email:  sj@tingariarts.com
Follow: @sjholdenart


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