Established in 1999, Tjala Arts is located in Amata community, in far north-west South Australia on the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands. An Aboriginal owned and managed corporation, Tjala Arts boasts an exciting exhibition program supporting established, mid-career and emerging artists.
Tjala Artists embrace a variety of mediums including acrylic paint on linen, punu (wood work) and tjanpi (fibre weaving) and new media arts and is renowned for its reputation of artistic excellence and innovative projects.
Known for their vibrant use of colour and energetic mark making, works by Tjala artists have been acquired by many high profile collectors across Australia and abroad and are held in numerous public institutions including the National Gallery of Australia, The Art Gallery of NSW, The National Gallery of Victoria and The Art Gallery of South Australia.
Tjala Arts is a professional art making studio where culture is celebrated and maintained by Anangu across three generations. It is a place that honours cultural practice and promotes and supports the highest level of ethical practice in the production and sale of Indigenous art. As an Anangu owned and governed business, Tjala Arts lies at the heart of Amata community and has created widespread financial gain for families in the community and across surrounding homelands.
‘Ngayuku Ngura – My Country’ Painting$3,065.00
‘Ngayuku Ngura – My Country’ Painting$2,265.00