Current Exhibition

a fusion of contemporary aboriginal art & interior design [More]

Prince Charles says Indigenous history is as important as Anzac Day

Follow the link below to see the video http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/video/2015/may/01/prince-charles-indigenous-exhibition-british-museum-video  

Current Exhibition

The Women of Papunya their stories, their way 7 March - 29 March forty years ago, these ladies watched the birth of an art movement years later they showed the world it’s not just the fellas who can paint   When we think of the birth of the Aboriginal art movement, we instantly thin... [More]

Artwork(s) of the Week!

   Jorna Newberry 'Walpa Tjukurpa - JNEAR1453' 120 x 180cm     Christine Napanangka Michaels 'Lappi Lappi Dreaming' 91 x 107cm

Jack Dale Exhibition

If you missed our Jack Dale exhibition, here are some shots - enjoy! The Online Exhibition is still available to view here.      

We're Not Going Anywhere!

Thanks to the rather tactless placement of this sign, we've had a number clients asking where we are going! We're not going anywhere and we are open 10am-6pm every day!! Entry is 680 Darling Street :-)

Jack Dale Exhibition

A Window to a Hidden Past  10 January - 8 February an important and significant body of work by the dearly missed elder whose life was kimberley history personified Jack Dale was a brilliant story teller. Historians and academics alike frantically attempted to record his remarkable life sto... [More]

Holiday Trading Hours

YES - WE ARE OPEN!  we are open everyday 10am – 6pm except for: Wednesday 24th December – 10am -1pm Thursday 25th December – CLOSED Friday 26th December – CLOSED Wednesday 31st  December – 10am - 6pm Thursday 1 January – CLOSED AND OUR SALE... [More]

Australia's Queen of the Desert

We have just received an exciting new body of work by Australia's most significant female Aboriginal artist living & working today - Gloria Petyarre!  Gloria Petyarre burst onto the Australian art scene in 1999 when she won the prestigious Wynne Prize for Landscape. She was the first Indig... [More]

Dorothy Remembered

We all know of one famous Dorothy who said “there’s no place like home”. We’d like to introduce you to another Dorothy who, through her captivating art, was able to show the whole world the beauty of her home, known as Mina Mina. As a child Dorothy experienced unconditional ... [More]

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.

About the Authors

Entries can come from any of us:

Daniel, Nick, Surrey, Kirby, Liz, Sandra, Jen or me (Geoff).