Visual Arts Australia
Kaltjiti Arts

WE ARE PAINTING FOR OUR CHILDREN

Nganana paitamilani tjitji tjuta-ku munu Anangu tjuta-ku
Free Event

Presented by Paul Johnstone Gallery in association with Kaltjiti Arts

This exhibition features a selection of outstanding works from Kaltjiti Arts.

Fregon is a small town with a big heart. The rhythm of that heart is undeniably the art centre. Kaltjiti Arts was established in 1961 and in recent years has become a powerhouse in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands. Artists such as Witjiti George, Matjangka (Nyukana) Norris and Taylor Cooper are now well established in the Indigenous art market.

This exhibition of work from Kaltjiti Arts artists includes a special focus on Tjangili George, whose depictions of desert wildflowers are extraordinary.

Credits
  • Photo Fiona Morrison, courtesy Kaltjiti Arts

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