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Just Arrived!

Calendar April 22, 2014 15:53 by author Admin

 Gorgeous new works from Warlukurlangu - a not for profit organisation that is 100% Aboriginal owned by its artists from the remote desert communities of Yuendumu & Nyirripi in Central Australia.

Make sure you keep checking our new artworks page to see when these little gems are available to view online!

Easter Holiday Trading Hours

Calendar April 14, 2014 16:26 by author Admin

Yes - We Are Open!

Kate Owen Gallery Holiday Trading Hours

Thursday 17 April     10am - 4pm

Good Friday     CLOSED

Saturday 19 April     10am - 6pm

Sunday 20 April     10am - 6pm

Monday 21 April     10am - 6pm

We're now on Instagram & Pinterest

Calendar March 28, 2014 14:47 by author Admin

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Kate Owen Gallery - Contemporary Aboriginal Art

get a more in-depth look at our artists, their art, culture & country as well as highlights from our recent exhibitions

Gallery News

Calendar March 13, 2014 11:25 by author Admin

Kimberley Artworks Now Available to View Online

The wait is over! Feast your eyes on our beautiful selection of Kimberley artworks. They can be found by heading to our search page and selecting 'Kimberley' under the community search option.


     'Galangooji (Norton Bore)' Shirley Purdie                        '3 Sisters' Marcia Rivers Purdie                  'Hills of Mingamadia (Queenie Country) Queenie McKenzie                    

 Vast Interiors Now Available to View Online

 Couldn't make it to our exhibition? Never fear - we have an online version that you can view here: 

Visit Us This Weekend!

Enjoy a break from the melee with a visit to the gallery. Enjoy a complimentary glass of wine, take a comfortable armchair and spend some time simply enjoying some superb Aboriginal art. 

We'd love to see you and show you some of the great new pieces that have just arrived! 

Last Days for Vast Interiors

Calendar March 6, 2014 15:15 by author Admin

don't miss out on the chance to experience this unique 'living with art' installation!

last day Sunday 9 March

 Indigenous-Inspired Domestic Aesthetics


"Kate Owen Gallery is dressing space like never before!"- Inner West Courier


The Dreaming & Modern Design

Why Design is an Art

Vast Interiors

Calendar February 18, 2014 13:00 by author Admin

a fusion of contemporary interior design and aboriginal art

21 February - 9 March 2014


Do you look at shots like these and wonder how can I get that look in my place?

We've noticed a lot of our clients have specific interior needs, so we have fused the art of interior design and Aboriginal art in this exciting exhibition!

Four renowned interior designers will transform Kate Owen Gallery and we will have a fine dining, living, bedroom & staircase installation showcasing some fantastic design pieces and, of course, some sensational Aboriginal art!

Visit the gallery to chat with the designers and our art consultants about your specific interior needs & book a free consultation for your home or office.

We will have an opening expo this Saturday with drinks & canapes so come by with a group of friends and be inspired!

opening expo
Saturday 22 February 
11 - 4

click here to find out more about this exhibition



Calendar February 13, 2014 14:59 by author Geoff Henderson

part of our exciting 'new wave of art'

New works from the Kimberleys arrived this week & I must say, the KOG Crew acted like children on Christmas day as we unwrapped and discovered come cracking pieces!

I was captivated by these works a while back, it’s hard not to! Some works have thick layers of traditional pigments – Classic Kimberleys. While others have traces of everyday life in the bush; dust, pieces of earth and heavens knows what – Classic Aboriginal Art.

They come from a gallerist’s private collection in Melbourne and as soon as I saw them I knew they would be perfect for the gallery. Despite all this earthiness that comes with art from the Kimberleys, there is a restraint and sophistication that makes the works perfect for modern interiors.

We are hoping to have a selection on display for the grand opening of Vast Interiors next week, but in the meantime feast your eyes on this scrumptious piece by Berline Mung:

Berline Mung 'Horse Creek (Texas Downs)' 80 x 120cm

A New Wave of Art

Calendar February 4, 2014 10:37 by author Elizabeth Geyer

Anna Petyarre

'Yam Root - APPYU1363'

This exciting new work is the perfect piece to kick off the ‘new wave of art’ about to be displayed in our gallery.

Not only are we about to introduce some phenomenal new artists we know you are going to LOVE, we are also going to explore genres, artists and communities that may have been overlooked in recent years.

Behind the scenes, we have been working closely with artists and community art centres; giving feedback on what our clients are loving, which has resulted in experimentation, reflection and reinvigoration for many of the artists.

As Anna’s work reveals, the results are spectacular & we can’t wait to share them with you!

To stay in touch with the latest news make sure you sign up up to our newsletter and don’t forget to keep checking our new artworks page  for all the new artworks arriving shortly!


Gallery News

Calendar January 27, 2014 14:13 by author Admin

Just last week Geoff made the trip down to Melbourne to source some exceptional new works & we are happy to announce:

The return of the King Sisters!

Since our ‘3 Kings’ Exhibition in 2009, Tarisse & Sarrita King’s works have been displayed in galleries throughout Australia and around the world.

Sarrita’s  well known ‘Lightning Dreaming’ artworks are inspired by the heavy rains of the wet season, which replenish the land and are vital to the survival of the Northern Territory Gurindji community.  Her brushstrokes are short and precise, evoking the power and energy of lightning bolts.  

Her equally talented sister Tarisse, more closely paints imagery passed down from her father, connecting her to her family and culture.   In addition to inheriting her father’s dreamings, Tarisse has her own unique and energetic style, which reflects her ongoing exploration of her Aboriginal culture and its place in her world.  Her ability for creative design is exemplary.

New works will be arriving shortly so make sure you watch our new artworks page!

New Works from the Kimberleys!

A real treat for lovers of the Kimberleys and artworks painted in natural ochres.

We will be receiving a significant body of Kimberley ochres in the coming weeks – watch this space! More details to be revealed shortly.


Our Clients are Loving:

Calendar January 25, 2014 13:35 by author Admin

Selma Coulthard


Selma Coulthard 'Lerra Pinta (Finke River)-SCOG0071' 76 x 106cm

As soon as we receive new works by this brilliant artist they are gone within a matter of days! In some instances we don’t even have the time to hang them on our gallery walls!

Selma has spent years representing herself prior to approaching Kate Owen Gallery to represent her in 2013. In that time, Selma has continued to develop her own distinctive style and she has rapidly progressed to be one of our most highly regarded and sought after artists.

We are thrilled with Selma’s latest body of work and her new, well-deserved status as one of our ‘most-popular’ artists. Her new body of work should arrive in the gallery in a matter of weeks & we will notify all our KO Gallery Club members as soon as they arrive.

If you’re not a KO Gallery Club Member & would like to stay informed on the latest news, sign up here.

To read more about Selma, click here.

about our gallery

KO LogoThe Kate Owen Gallery specialises in quality, contemporary Australian Aboriginal artworks, individually selected to bring that 'wow factor' to modern interiors.  Most of our visitors are amazed to see the wide range of different expression adopted by our indigenous artists.  Many who previously had no interest in Aboriginal Art, have their 'eyes opened' to it for the first time, by the sheer beauty and diversity around them.

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