Charlie Mardigan

Charlie Mardigan Aboriginal Painter Charlie Mardigan was an Aboriginal Artist painting in Port Keats in the 1970s and 1980s. He was the most prolific and I believe the best of the Port Keats Artists. Some of his better works I believe rival those of the early Papunya...

Nym Bunduk

Nym Bunduk Aboriginal Art White Man Got no Dreamings Indigenous Australian Artist Nym Bunduk is one of the few known painters of the Port Keats area. His early paintings are mainly of churinga-style designs painted on oval pieces of bark. These designs were secret...

David Malangi

David Malangi Aboriginal Art Indigenous Australian Artist David Malangi is best known for an artwork published on the Australian One Dollar bill. He was a prolific artist who painted for over 30 years. His most collectible paintings depict a Mortuary Feast of the...

Jimmy Wululu

Jimmy Wululu Aboriginal Art Aboriginal artist Jimmy Wululu is best known for his bark paintings with herringbone or diamond designs. These designs were traditionally used on burial receptacles and body painting on initiates. The designs have a long history and Jimmy...

Jack Wunuwun

Jack Wunuwun Aboriginal Art Jack Wunuwun was an indigenous Australian artist working in the 1970s and 1980s. His later works have a European influence and can be quite collectible. He is best known from Curtis Levy’s documentary the Morning Star painter. If you have a...

John Bulunbulun

John Bulunbulun Aboriginal Art Aboriginal Artist John Bulunbulun was an Arnhemland artist best known for his depictions of the long-necked turtle. He often repeats an animal motif many times in a similar manner as George Milpurrpurr. John was also a ceremonial dancer...