Curly Bardkadubbu

Curly Bardkadubbu Curly Bardkadubbu was an aboriginal painter who rose to prominence in the late 1970s. He is best known for his depictions of Namanjwarre the crocodile. Bardkadubbu shared an outstations at Table Hill and Marrkolidjban with Yirawala. Yirawala acted as...

Bob Balirr Balirr Dirdi

Bob Balirr Balirr Dirdi Aboriginal artist Bob Balirr Balirr Dirdi worked in Oenpelli in the 1970s. He painted in an Oenpelli style most often on a red ochre background. He is best known for his series of barks depicting ceremonies. If you have a Bob Ballir Balirr...

George Tjungurrayi

George Tjungurrayi George Tjungurrayi started painting in 1976 in Papunya. He did not come into his own as a painter until the mid-1990s. It was not until he moved away from traditional aboriginal dot art that his art flourished. He developed his own unique duo...

Turkey Tolson

Turkey Tolson: Straightening spears Turkey Tolson Tjupurrula was an early Papunya Western desert Artist. Unlike many early artists, he continued painting for over 30 years. He was the chairman of Papunya Tula for over a decade. He is best known for a series of...

Billy Whiskey

Billy Whiskey: Master of Pitjantjatjara Billy Whiskey a Pitjantjatjara elder did not start painting until 2004 when he was in his eighties. He only painted his stories for four years before he died. He was the first artist to paint the sacred stories of the...

Aboriginal Art Videos

Aboriginal Art Videos Zorba the Greek Yolngu style Mimih style of Dancing done to Zorba the Greek.  On of the best videos of Aboriginal culture and dance ever Old Masters : Australias greatest Aboriginal bark painters 6-minute video introducing the exhibition called...