Kaltjiti Arts paintings

Kaltjiti Arts Group Exhibition

NEW WORKS

19 November –
27 January 2019

In association with Kaltjiti Arts, we are absolutely delighted to present a superb body of new work by established and emerging artists!

It has been very exciting watching their progress over the past couple of years. Senior artists like Witjiti George, Kathy Maringka Roberts and Tjangili George have established their own individual styles that sing with such purity, wisdom and authority. Their works are self-assured statements informed by long lives on their Country with family. Witjiti’s depection of his traditional Tjukurpa, Piltati, seems to stretch out into infinity. Kathy and Tjangili paint personally meaningful scenes from their everyday, non-ceremonial life, or milpatjunanyi; in this exhibition it is wildflowers.

Seeing the next generation of artists coming through is always thrilling! Dennis Hatches renders his traditional Country in an op-art style; using only two colours on a black ground, his carefully places dots form a shimmering vision of the contours of the land. Carolanne Ken's loose dot work is evocative of the timeless, shifting desert sands. Madeline Curley takes traditional compositions and adds a contemporary twist through her use of bright colour and softer arrangements. Kani George Angela’s work is reminiscent of the early batiks, with its intricate patterns and restrained palette. Meredith Treacle’s painting is quite geometric in its construction, with the deep blue giving it a very 'now' feel. Carol Stevens’s use of wavy lines and dotted whirls lends a sense of youthful energy moving across the land.

The power of Kaltjiti Arts is evidenced in the wonderful diversity of these artists' styles. It is clear they are encouraged to create according to their own unique voice, in their own way.

Kaltjiti Arts is an absolute must for collectors who value diversity, excellence and artistic freedom.

Tjangili George, aboriginal dot painting, wildflowers
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Tjangili George Tjapukula, Tjulpuntjulpunpa Talitjara – Wildflowers in the sandhills, 2019

acrylic on linen, 91 x 76 cm
Cat. No. GZKAL/TJT-473
Witjiti George, aboriginal painting piltati
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Witjiti George, Piltati: Wanampi Tjukurpa, 2019

acrylic on linen, 122 x 102 cm
Cat. No. GZKAL/WG-470
Kathy Maringka Roberts, aboriginal painting wildflowers
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Kathy Maringka Roberts, Tjulpun-tjulpunpa – Desert Wildflowers, 2019

acrylic on linen, 92 x 122 cm
Cat. No. GZKAL/KM-464
Kathy Maringka Roberts, Tjulpun-tjulpunpa – Desert Wildflowers, 2018
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Kathy Maringka Roberts, Tjulpun-tjulpunpa – Desert Wildflowers, 2018

acrylic on linen, 200 x 122 cm
Cat. No. GZKAL/KM-467
Carolanne Ken, aboriginal dot painting
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Carolanne Ken, Minyma Makuli Tjukurpa, 2019

acrylic on linen, 102 x 76 cm
Cat. No. GZKAL/CAK-438
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Carolanne Ken, Minyma Makuli Tjukurpa, 2019

acrylic on linen, 92 x 92 cm
Cat. No. GZKAL/CAL-460
Dennis Hatches, Untitled: Ngura - Country, aboriginal painting
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Dennis Hatches, Untitled: Ngura - Country, 2019

acrylic on linen, 76 x 92 cm
Cat. No. GZKAL/DH-457
Carol Stevens, aboriginal dot painting
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Carol Stevens, Piltati Ngura – Piltati Country, 2019

acrylic on linen, 102 x 76 cm
Cat. No. GZKAL/CS-459
Carol Stevens, aboriginal dot painting
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Carol Stevens, Piltati Ngura – Piltati Country, 2019

acrylic on linen, 92 x 92 cm
Cat. No. GZKAL/CS-465
Madeline Curley Unurupa, aboriginal painting
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Madeline Curley Unurupa, Seven Sisters, 2019

acrylic on linen, 90 x 60 cm
Cat. No. GZKLA/MC-471
Meredith Treacle, aboriginal dot painting
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Meredith Treacle, Ngayuku Ngura, 2019

acrylic on linen, 92 x 92 cm
Cat. No. GZKAL/MT-439
Kani George Angela, Piltati: Wanampi Tjukurpa, aboriginal painting
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Kani George Angela, Piltati: Wanampi Tjukurpa, 2019

acrylic on linen, 92 x 102 cm
Cat. No. GZKAL/KGA-458