Exhibitions

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Clarise forms part of a large family of artists. Her mother, Teresa Baker a Pitjantjatjara woman from Kanpi, along with aunty Kani Tunkin and Grandmother Kaye Baker (Daughter to Jimmy Baker) are all celebrated Tjungu Palya artists. Clarise was born in 1993 at Alice Springs. In 2015 Clarise”s painting Minma Marlimu was selected as a … Continue reading Clarise Tunkin Exhibition – A magnificent APY Lands Artist (18 Nov – 30 Nov)

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Azeza Possum Ramzan is one of five daughters of Michelle Possum Nungurrayi and Grand Daughter of Clifford Possum. Azeza paints the same dreaming as of her mother, mainly called “Grandmother’s Country” a traditional story of which only a few people can paint properly and Azeza being one of them.  Azeza lives in Melbourne and has … Continue reading Azeza Possum Ramzan Exhibition (20 JUN – 28 JUN 2018) Another Possum on the Rise

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Heather Long is the daughter of the famous Jeanine Petyarre, who demonstrates enormous talent but only paints part time. As she has a Carrier in cheating indigenous children on Community Camps. It is this deep connection with her land and upbringing that comes through in her artworks tittled “Yam Dreaming”. We encourage you to see … Continue reading Heather Long Exhibition (28 May – 12 Jun 2018)

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Mandel Art Gallery is very pleased to announce that we are now representing Yondee’s paintings in Melbourne. Due to the reputation of our gallery Yondee contacted us so that we could show case his ‘Fire’ and ‘Water’ dreaming in Melbourne. In the short time that we have exhibited his works the feedback has been outstanding. … Continue reading Yondee The Unbelievable (10th – 24th April 2018)

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Mandel Art Gallery is very pleased to have commissioned Louise Numina to do a series of paintings. Louise is an extremely talented artist who resides in Darwin but her roots are from Utopia. Louise comes from a large family of painters, and they all influence each others styles. In this particular exhibition we are focusing … Continue reading Louise Numina Napanangka Exhibition (16th – 25th Feb 2018)

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Gabriella Possum Nungurrayi is the fastest appreciating artist and its no wonder as she is a daughter of Australia’s most famous indigenous painter ‘CLIFFORD POSSUM’. In this exhibition, you will have the opportunity to see Gabriella paint her masterpieces. Her Grandmothers country is no doubt her most sort after painting due to the many stories … Continue reading Gabriella Possum Nungurrayi is destined to be like her father (09th – 24th Jan 2018)

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Ningura Naparulla is one of our favorite artists and she is sadly missed. This Exhibition of her paintings demonstrates the powerful use of simple strokes and dotting in creating masterpieces.  She is typical of Kintore artists where their works resonate so much energy. In viewing this exhibition you will immediately be energized by the powerful … Continue reading Ningura Naparulla – Raw & Powerful Artworks (01st – 12th Nov 2017)

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Minnie Pwerle was an outstanding artist who put a lot of Ethiopian artist in the spot light. Her incredible use of colour expressed so wonderfully her ‘Women Ceremony’  paintings. She is no doubt in the top 20 of aboriginal painters, still today the interest in her work is overwhelming and a quick look at her … Continue reading Minnie Pwerle exhibition on her small paintings (13th – 29th Oct 2017)

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Lorna was born in Haasts Bluff and began painting in 1996. Her unique style of Dot and Line work is simple yet quite complex and reflects the dynamic landscape of western desert. In this exhibition you will see how her line work depicts her upbringing. Lorna was married to Bobby Tjupurrula (who is also a prominent painter). … Continue reading Lorna Brown Napanangka – Simplicity & Complexity at its best (20th – 30th Sep 2017)

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In July the feature exhibition was focused on an emerging artist – Geraldine McDonald who spent three weeks painting in our gallery along with her renowned grandmother Debra McDonald Nangala. Debra is originally from Papunya and comes from a heritage of remarkable artists. Her late grandfather “Shorty Lungkata Tjungurrayi” was prominent first generation artist and … Continue reading Debra McDonald Nangala – Papunya Tula Artist Exhibition (15th – 31st August)