McCullochs @ Whistlewood: Spring Salon 2012

Please join us for a Spring Salon exhibition of vibrant new works from our recent northern trips by some of Australia's most exciting Indigenous artists. Plus illustrated talk by author Janine Burke - Nest: the art of birds.

Art Exhibition previously on in Victoria, Australia.
From Saturday 13 October 2012 to Sunday 21 October 2012

McCullochs @ Whistlewood: Spring Salon 2012 image McCullochs @ Whistlewood: Spring Salon 2012 image Larrakitj image Atnwengerrp Country image Darrangi image Wilkinkarra (Lake Mackay) image Women’s ceremonies at Marrapinti image Ancestral women’s travel Ngutjulnga to Kungkiyunti (Browns Bore) image Bush Plum image Sculptures image Sculptures image Mina Mina Jukurrpa (Mina Mina Dreaming) – Ngalyipi image Pwoja Jilamara  image Spinifex image Spinifex  image McCullochs @ Whistlewood: Spring Salon 2012 image Tjanpi Basket  image Untitled  image Wati Kayala  image Spinifex Grass  image

Published by McCulloch & McCulloch on Wednesday 10 October 2012.
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Featuring first viewing of works by young talents Kieren Karritpul (Merrepen Arts), Anyupa Stevens (Tjungu Palya), NATSIAA 2012 painting award winner Barbara Moore, (Tjala Arts), brilliant new paintings by artists of the Canning Stock Route with 70 + works from the APY Lands, Tiwi Islands, Arnhem Land, Qld, Kimberly, Utopia and more.

Due to our enthusiastic acquistion of some must-have pieces from our recent northern trips plus the great generosity of Australia’s leading arts centres and artists’ representatives in sending us many other works, we have an extraordinary range of new Indigenous art available.

From the sophisticated ochres of Arnhem Land, Tiwi Islands and the Kimberley to the brilliant colour works of the Canning Stock Route, Papunya, Utopia and APY lands, these paintings, barks, sculptures, fabrics & weavings make for a diverse and rich array by some of Australia’s most exciting emerging, award winning and established artists.

McCullochs @ Whistlewood.

642 Tucks Road, Shoreham, 3916.
T: + 61 3 59 898 282

October 13 – 14, and 20 – 21.

Lecture $20 (Sold Out).
Exhibition is free.