Wednesday, December 2nd, 2009 - Red Desert Gallery

Red Desert Gallery, Eumundi, presents an eclectic exhibition “Song Lines and Ceremony” a connection with country

26th November - 7th January 2010

Strong powerful paintings with distinctive style and technique, many created through song depicting mythological events of ancestors and sacred sites.

“Song Lines and Ceremony” features contemporary collectible pieces by higher-ranking women from the “Kintore” and “Kiwirrkura” region including Ningura Napurrula whose work is represented in Australian National galleries and her signature black and white motif superimposed on the ceiling of Musée du quai Branly (MQB) in Paris.

Red Desert Gallery specialises in collectable art from the most renowned Australian Aboriginal artists.
All works are supplied with Certificate of Authenticity and explanation of the painting's story.

Red Desert Gallery
101 Memorial Drive
Eumundi
Tel: 61 7 5442 7172
www.reddesertgallery.com.au

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Since 1992 Red Desert Gallery has firmly established itself as one of Australia's premier dealers in Aboriginal Fine Art.
The gallery specialises in Central and Western Desert Art, with major focus on the tribal elders from this region.
Many of these painters are considered amongst Australia's most recognised and collectable.
Paul Curtis, Curator
P: 61 7 5442 7172
W: www.reddesertgallery.com.au

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Higher-ranking Aboriginal Women artists demonstrate their strong connection with our country through song lines and ceremony.

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