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Outstation Gallery - Aboriginal art from art centres updated their cover photo.

Tilau Nangala, 'Mikantji', acrylic on canvas, 2017, 152x122cm
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It's that time of year again! Applications have now closed for the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards (NATSIAA's) and we wish all artists good luck with their entries. We are gearing up for a another huge year with the Salon des Refusés now in its fifth year in 2017. Stay posted for more information, as entry forms will soon be available from Outstation - art from art centres or Paul Johnstone Gallery. Image: 'Kapi Tjukurrpa' by Maureen Poulson courtesy of Papunya Tjupi Arts and Outstation - art from art centres.

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PURI - New Shades continues at Outstation until the 29th April. A beautiful showing of paintings from the artists of Papunya Tjupi Arts art centre.

If you can't make it to the exhibition, please enjoy these install shots, or contact us at the gallery for a pdf catalogue.

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Outstation Gallery - Aboriginal art from art centres updated their cover photo.

Beyula Napanangka, Kalinykalinypa Tjukurrpa (cat #785-16), acrylic on canvas, 152x91cm, 2016
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Please join us to celebrate the opening of PURI: New Shades - paintings by the artists of Papunya Tjupi Arts.

Opening 11am this Saturday 1st April 2017

A restricted palette results in a body of work minimal in colour, but with maximum impact. This new generation of painters are direct descendants and relatives of the original Western Desert dot-painting movement in Papunya, who have a deep understanding of the major honey ant dreaming of the region.

Artists include Candy Nelson Nakamarra, Isobel Gorey, Narlie Nakamarra, Beyula Puntungka, Watson Corby, Lily Napangardi, Mona Nangala, Maureen Poulson, Emily Andy, Mary Roberts, Doris Bush and Tilau Nangala.

Showing at Outstation - art from art centres until 29th April 2017

Please contact us at the gallery to acquire a copy of the beautifully illustrated pdf catalogue:

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