Created in 2013 in Alice Springs
About the Artist
Dorothy Napangardi (c.1950-2013) was the master of movement. Her dotted representations of the landscape around her country are truly captivating and have made her one of the most well-known Australian Aboriginal artists.
Dorothy had g... [More]
Sad News I'm afraid - we have just got word that the much loved artist, Trevor 'Turbo' Brown, has passed away quite suddenly. The KOG Crew are shocked and deeply saddened by the news, and out of respect we have removed all of his artwork from our website until we have time to process the announcemen... [More]
Created in 2012 at Alice Springs, NT
About the Artist:
Naata Nungurrayi is a respected senior elder and is recognised as a highly important artist in the Kintore women's artist movement. The Dreamings that Naata paints depict sacred women's sites and women's ceremonies in the Kintore an... [More]
YES - WE ARE OPEN!
we are open every day 10am - 6pm
Tuesday 6 December - CLOSED
Saturday 24 December - CLOSED
Sunday 25 December - CLOSED
Monday 26 December - CLOSED
Tuesday 27 December - CLOSED
Saturday 31 December - C... [More]
After travelling widely through Australia, artist Helen McCarthy Tyalmuty has returned to her home in Daly River. Returning to country has seen an amazing new surge of creative output, which will hang in the charcoal gallery for the month of November.
Online Exhibition will... [More]
Image © Saville Coble
Fresh from her recent travels to central Australia, Sarrita King joins Kate Owen Gallery as our resident artist in October
Expect to see some exciting new styles as Sarrita draws upon the inspiration gained from her reconnection with her desert roots and her fellow ... [More]
30 July – 28 August
A unique installation that fuses decorative and fine art pieces
Kate Owen Gallery & Sounds Like Home have collaborated on a unique installation; showcasing how Indigenous artworks expressing ancient themes and landscapes can enhance contemporary livi... [More]
black + white | 2 july - 17 july
We are excited to announce that our July exhibition will be a diverse show of contemporary Indigenous artworks inspired by ancient Dreamings and the Australian landscape.
Included will be works by widely acclaimed artists Barbara Weir, Dorothy Napangardi, Nyilyari ... [More]
A big CONGRATULATIONS to:
Beyula Puntungka Napanangka
Ray James Tjangala
Teresa Baker & Clarise Tunkin
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