The Summer Collector's Show 2015

Outstanding Aboriginal art from around Australia. 30 + art centres | 60 + artists.

Art Exhibition previously on at McCulloch & McCulloch in Victoria, Australia.
From Saturday 17 January 2015 to Monday 26 January 2015

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Published by McCulloch & McCulloch on Thursday 22 January 2015.
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Featuring paintings, carvings, ochres and barks of special quality and interest by 60 + established and emerging artists from 30 + arts centres from the APY Lands,the Western, Central and Eastern Deserts, the Kimberley, the Pilbara, Arnhem Land, Queensland and the Mornington Peninsula.

Saturday Jan 17 & Sun Jan 18 + Sat-Mon Jan 24-26. 11 am-5 pm
(Viewing on weekdays welcome by appointment)

Whistlewood, 642 Tucks Road, Shoreham, Vic

Our January Summer Collector’s Show has now become a popular annual event for which we select works of special quality and interest by emerging, mid career and established Indigenous artists from around Australia.

This, our third summer show, features 80 + works from 30 art centres from the APY Lands, the Western, Central and Eastern Deserts, the Kimberley, the Pilbara, Arnhem Land, Queensland and the Mornington Peninsula.

Some highlights include works by:
- Well known artists Barbara Weir, Malaluba Gumana, Keith Stevens, David Miller, Tuppy Goodwin, Ruby Williamson, Barbara Moore, Tjunkaya Tapaya, Maringka Burton, Shirley Purdie, Lloyd Kwilla, Tjunkiya Napaltjarri, Johnny Tjupurrula.
- Upcoming talents Anyupa Stevens, Robert Fielding, Linda Puna, Clarise Tunkin, Sandra Ken, Mary Brumby, Charmaine Pwerle, Kathleen Ranbler, Lisa Waup.
- Paintings from artists of one of Australa’s most recently-established arts centres, Spinifex Arts At Port Hedland, WA.
- Classic ochres by leading Kimberley artists Queenie McKenzie, Jack Britten and Freddie Timms.
- Brilliantly-hued works by Martumili Artists of the Pilbara whose exhibition ‘We Don’t Need a Map" attracted thousands of vistors at McClelland Gallery in 2014