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Posts tagged "Tjungu Palya Art Centre"

Proofing Maringka’s new etching in Darwin

In addition to the folio set of 10 large-scale silkscreens, Tjungu Palya has just launched four new etchings at Nomad Art and Randall Fine Art. Nomad’s exhibition was opened by Basil in the Holiday Inn on Darwin’s Esplanade (during the Telstra Art Awards week) on Friday 14th August at 10.00am. A big crowd of locals...

Wingu Tingima’s new silkscreen print

Here is Wingu’s beautiful silkscreen. She painted the image onto sheets of acetate during a workshop conducted by Basil in Nyapari in March 2009. The work by the Tjungu Palya artists is particularly strong, owing to the involvement of Art Co-ordinator Amanda Dent, whose long-term association with Wingu and others at Nyapari has lead to...

Tjungu Palya celebrates a new folio of silkscreens

This stunning new silkscreen by Maringka Baker has joined 9 others in a beautiful folio boxed set just released by Tjungu Palya Art Centre in Nyapari. Other artists include Jimmy Baker, Ginger Wikilyiri, Wingu Tingima and Nyankulya Watson, making this a must-have for collectors of Central Australian art. The folio sets and other individual prints...

Keith Steven’s stunning new colour etching

Keith Steven’s stunning new colour etching, printed by Basil and Mats, will be seen next as part of “Etched in the Sun: London” at Rebecca Hossack Gallery, London, from May 21 until June 21. Basil will be going over for the show, which includes over 100 Indigenous prints from 1997-2009. 60 artists from 15 communities...

Senior Painter Jimmy Baker at Tjungu Palya Art Centre

After the March workshop with Basil, senior painter, Jimmy Baker worked closely with Amanda Dent at Tjungu Palya Art Centre over a period of some weeks to paint the cells for a new silkscreen. This is to be printed and launched around July.

Wingu Tingima

Tjungu Palya artist Wingu Tingima found the acetate sheets she was painting on a bit shiny and borrowed Brian’s sunglasses at a silkscreen workshop run by Basil in Nyapari in early 2009. Wingu’s beautiful image has now been printed in an edition of 40 by Clinton Barker back at BHE, and it will be launched...