When an Aboriginal Artist creates a black and white piece, the result is usually nothing less than spectacular! Often, these works are created using a black canvas with a bright white paint, sometimes black canvas with a creamy white. Occasionally, the artist uses black paint on a white canvas. Every time, there is something extra […]
In the year 2012, Cathy moved to Coober Pedy from the Riverland in South Australia. This became the artistic turning point in her life. Being surrounded by the great Australian outback, sunsets and sunrises like no other, inspired her to pick up a paint brush and paint seriously for the first time. Using nature as […]
Time: Saturday, Mar/25/2023
Current Gallery Display Take a look at the lastest selection of works hanging in the principle gallery. Some have been on display before, but most of these are new to the walls. If you are in Alice Springs, you can view these now. For those of you who can’t be here, this is your chance […]
A collection of works on display in our alcove entry gallery. Some amazing artworks ranging in style, size and price. Many of these works are from a selection of artists never before on display at Yubu Napa Art Gallery. Take a virtual tour of our gallery and enjoy the artworks we have put together. All […]
Ningura Napurrula was one of the most successful of the Western Desert artists, male or female. Her works have become prized additions to Aboriginal Art collections worldwide and her style is easily recognised. She painted stories associated with the Women’s Business which was conducted at Wirrulnga, near Tjukurrla in Western Australia. Ningura began her artistic […]
Fabrianne Peterson Nampitjinpa has been experimenting with metallic paint to tell her Damper Seed and Three Women Dreaming’s. Her extraordinary use of Copper, Rose Gold, Gold and Bronze has left us mesmerised and we really needed to share these with you all. Her work has become highly sought after over the last few years and […]
Jacqueline's paintings depict designs associated with the sites of Lupulnga, a rockhole situated south of the Kintore Community. The Peewee (small bird) Dreaming is associated with the site, as well as the Kungka Kutjarra, or Two Travelling Women Dreaming. During mythological times a group of ancestral women visited this site holding ceremonies associated with the area, before continuing their travels north to Kaakuratintja (Lake MacDonald) and later the Kintore area.
Take a virtual look through the Principal Gallery at Yubu Napa. Our latest display of artwork features some of the NT’s most recognisable artists. Works from the Western Desert, Tanami Region, Utopia and Top End come together to showcase the extraordinary talent of artists Helen McCarthy, Kerry McCarthy, Nellie Marks, Fabrianne Peterson, Judy Watson and […]
Australian Aboriginal Art makes a wonderful gift for the ones you love. This is a selection of smaller artworks which we think are perfect gift ideas for Christmas. Each artwork is offered stretched and ready to hang, and postage is included in these prices.
A Desert Festival 2020 Event Rick Lausberg is a self-taught artist based in Alice Springs. At last year’s Advocate Art Awards he won Red Hot Arts’ Desert Festival Prize for his painting “Phoenix Interrupted” which features as the artwork 2020 Desert Festival poster. ‘Reimagining Continuity’ is an exhibition of his recent paintings, reflecting a personal […]