Focusing on the Aboriginal fine art from the Central and Western desert, Emu Apple Gallery displays the works of the most renowned artists in the business. Sourced straight from the Aboriginal art centers in Central Australia the art work at the gallery is from the place where the Aboriginal art movement commenced way back in 1972. As the story goes, the Pintupi tribe was taken to the Papuna settlement so that they could all live and be settled in the same place, and this marked the beginning of the movement. This kind of art only grows in value and demand. One example of the art and its artist is Daphne deJersey who is well known for the Pink Charlie Fruit. She acquired her knowledge and interest of bush food from her mother and grandmother. Other well known artists displayed at the venue are Marsha Hall, Judy Watson Napangardi and Margaret Mara. Do check the website or call for more details.
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