Proudly an Aboriginal-led Not-for-profit Organisation.

Proudly First Nations-led and managed. We’re passionate about Indigenous art and the people who create it because we’re passionate about our community.

Tjanpi Desert Weavers

Aboriginal Art Co seeks to collaborate with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander independent artists, arts businesses, and Art Centres in Queensland, and across Australia.

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Search results for Sculptures

Showing results 25 - 30 of 36.

  1. Ethel Murray

    Ethel Murray is a member of Girringun Art Centre. Ethel is a Girramay woman, based in Cardwell, North Queensland. She is an award winning painter and ceramicist, creating one of a kind Bigin bowls and Bagu...

  2. Rodney Balmana

    Rodney Balmana is an artist from Marrawuddi Arts & Culture. Rodney produces sculptures such as Lorrkon’s which is wood hollowed out by termites then painted with acrylics. ...

  3. Brisbane gallery & store

    We offer a small studio space to emerging artists throughout the year. We are currently seeking funding sponsors to support an ongoing Residency Program. Get in touch to find out more. Our outdoor area is...

  4. Irene Henry and Harold Goodman

    Irene Henry and Harold Goodman met in Kakadu in 1984; they are partners in life and art. They have six children together. Irene tributes her carving skills to learnings from the late Sebastian Tipiloura. I...

  5. Participate

    Discover the significant public art by First Nations artists, on our doorstep. Join a walking tour to learn about artworks that you may walked past and not realised their importance. The Cultural Centre P...

  6. Betty Braedon

    Betty Braedon was born in Alice Springs in 1977. Her mother is also a weaver, Ann Nyankulya Cleary-Farall and she is from Ernabella. Betty spent her early childhood in Tjitjikala where her father is from. ...

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