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George was born in his traditional Pintupi country just across the border of Western Australia. He and his elder brother Willy along with many other male artists began painting for the Papunya Tula artists in 1976. Moving around the country George paints sacred sites located in his ancestral country associated with “Tingari Cycle” Tingari refers to … Continue reading The Iconic George Hairbrush Tjungurrayi exhibition (4 Jan – 20 Jan)

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In 1984, a group of 13 aboriginal people who live a traditional nomadic life walk out of Gibson desert in West Australia and saw the white man for the first time. They were so frightened of the strange people they never have seen before that they ran back into the desert. They were then chased … Continue reading An Exhibition on TJAPALTJARRI Brothers from the Indeginous Lost Tribe (5 Dec – 22 Dec)

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What an incredible exhibition we’ve just completed in collaboration with AMP at their Melbourne offices. This exciting all-female display features works from the very talented Woods family from an area at the top of South Australia known as the APY Lands. This exhibition includes works by sisters, Venita and Julie and their mother Elaine. The … Continue reading An Exhibition on the highly talented wood sisters from the APY Lands (10 Nov – 28 Nov)

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We have put together a collection of small size paintings. We have so many people who would like to buy presents for loved ones or friends. It is often very hard to find both a smaller painting that is affordable for everyone and great quality. After commissioning many artists to do these smaller paintings we … Continue reading An Exhbition of Small Aboriginal Paintings that everyone can afford (6 Oct – 26 Oct)

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What a Night it was the 8th Sep 2019 we raised $20,000 on the night for the Ovarian Cancer Foundation. In attendance there were over 150 people, mingling with our featured artist Debra Young and Katherine Marshall Nakarmarra. Both Debra and Katherine were so committed to being here on the night and auctioning their above … Continue reading Ovarian Cancer Fundraising Night

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Mandel Art Gallery is pleased to support a fundraising afternoon with Ovarian Cancer Australia. This will be a wonderful afternoon where we invite you to our gallery to view a special exhibition of paintings that are not normally displayed. Our Featured in-house artist Debra Young and Katherine Marshall will be commissioned to do a special … Continue reading Ovarian Cancer Australia Fundraising Event 8th September 2019

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Andrea Adamson Tiger is a Pitjantjatjara artist born in 1973 at Amata in the APY Lands of South Australia. Encouraged into painting by her father Tony Adamson as an avenue to energize the Anangu cultural stories that her ancestors and family share. She is an amazing artist with a full APY lands DNA and this is … Continue reading Andrea Adamson Tiger Exhibition (12th Mar – 21st Mar)

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Katherine is an amazing artist who is following on from her mother’s tradition. Few artists have the composition and composer like Katherine does, she really has a deep felling for the painting she is creating. This is specially seen in her doting and her colour pellet which is so evident in the Kintore area, where … Continue reading Katherine Marshall Nakamarra Exhibition (23rd Feb – 10th Mar)

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Hilary Wirri was born at Ragged’s Well which is approx 40 km Papunya Community in Central Australia. During his growing years both he and his brother Kevin spent a great deal of time in the Hermannsburg Community watching and learning from well-known artists which included Keith Namitjira, Edwin Pareroultja and Joshua Ebatarinja. It was in the … Continue reading Hilary Wirri – An excellent painter in field of very few ( 1st FEB – 20th FEB 2019 )

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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 career in teaching 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)