Bindi Mwerre Anthurre Artists is excited to announce, along with Tangentyere Artists, that our galleries will be open on the Saturday 10th of July for the NAIDOC week! We are looking forward to sharing a range of artworks and to see everyone drop by the gallery.
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Bindi Mwerre Anthurre Artists is excited to announce, along with Tangentyere Artist, that our galleries will be open on the Saturday 26th of June for the Alice Springs Beanie Festival
We are looking forward to sharing a range of artworks and to see everyone drop by the gallery
Buy local and ethically!
RAFT Artspace Exhibition in partnership with Bindi Mwerre Anthurre Artists.
Adrian Jangala Robertson is a widely respected Warlpiri artist with a distinctive approach to landscape painting. His paintings refer to the desert lands, ridges and trees which are part of his mother’s country, Yalpirakinu, recalled through brushwork loaded with memories. Adrian’s father’s country travels from west of Walungurru through Karku at Nyirrpi to Warlurkurlangu at Yuendumu. Adrian is a landscape painter and captures the sweep of his country primarily using a limited palette and layering techniques bringing energy and drama to his works.
Adrian was born at Papunya in 1962. Growing up in Papunya at this time Adrian witnessed the Western Desert painting movement’s inception. As a boy attending school there, he remembers Geoff Bardon working as a schoolteacher alongside the early Western Desert painters. Adrian has since enjoyed strong artistic influences throughout his life including his father’s brother, the late Darby Ross Jampijinpa and his mother, the late Eunice Napangardi.
Since 2002 Adrian has painted with the Bindi Mwerre Anthurre Artists and become a crucial member of the Alice Springs art community. Over those years Adrian worked alongside his greatest mentor and friend, the late Billy Benn Perrurle.
Adrian continues to expand his artmaking, avidly experimenting with new mediums and techniques that develop the scope of his artistic practice. Adrian is a deliberate and thoughtful painter; reworking, pushing and pulling the medium, and in doing so connecting to country.
We are pleased to announce that the Bindi Mwerre Anthurre Artist inaugural exhibition, Bindi Magic, will go ahead in 2020! Opening Sunday 13 Sept at 11am, the event will follow strict COVID-19 protocols to bring the magic of Kukula’s Cockies, Billy Kenda’s motorcars, Adrian & Charles’ ranges, Lance’s Brumbies and Conway’s characters within safe and
Bindi Mwerre Anthurre Artists will be partaking in the 2020 Online Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair from August 06 – 14! We’ll be selling over 100 stand out artworks from 6 of our artists, including NATSIAA finalists Lance James and Adrian Robertson, over the course of the fair. Joined by 68 other Art Centres from around
On Sunday September 8 Bindi Magic is back showcasing never before seen works by the Bindi Mwerre Anthurre Artists. We’ll have Kukula’s redtails, Billy Kenda’s motorcars, Adrian’s ranges, Lances Brumbies and Conway’s characters to dazzle you and make you laugh, as well as some stunning landscape paintings by our newest artist, Charles Inkamala. This year
Please join us to celebrate 40 years of providing employment opportunities for people with disability in Alice Springs