The artists represented at Kate Owen Gallery have a magnificent sense of colour. They instinctively use original and vital colour in a balanced and harmonious way on the canvas. Most of us, however, are not so lucky. Sometimes we feel that we have a colour scheme for the home or office, but often, h... [More]
The feature artwork for Desert Mob 2018, ‘Ngura (Country)’, a collaborative work by Mumu Mike Williams, Kunmanara Martin and Sammy Dodd of Mimili Maku Arts
Earlier this year, the Kate Owen Gallery team attended Desert Mob in Alice Springs. Desert Mob is a unique annual event that brings... [More]
Earlier this year, we visited the remote community of Utopia (Urapuntja) with renowned artist Barbara Weir. Here, KOG Crew member, Elizabeth Geyer, recalls some of the highlights of the day.
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Can you believe it; we’re entering the festive season once again!
As we look back on the year that was, we have been truly privileged to put on some incredible exhibitions this year. We wish to express our sincere thanks to our loyal customers for another brilliant year, but our deepest grati... [More]
The Kate Owen Gallery staff have had the pleasure and privilege to be surrounded by the art of Tommy Watson for the last couple of weeks during our stellar show Tommy Watson | Desert Legend. Here the KOG Crew share their insights, gush over their favourite pieces, and reflect on the legacy of this r... [More]
We are absolutely thrilled Tarisse & Sarrita has accepted our invitation to be part of our artist in residence program – they truly embody the exciting next generation of artists who will no doubt spearhead the Aboriginal art movement in years to come
Tarisse & Sarrita will set up the... [More]
Tully and his brother were thrilled their parents decided to buy "3 Kookaburras in the Sun" by artist Trevor Turbo Brown. Tully loved the quirkiness of the painting and was interested in the artist's remarkable story; Aidan loved the colourful design.
Congratulations Michael & Maryanne!
The cover and feature article are just gorgeous - and we are so pleased to see Lorna Ward Napanangka's artwork made an appearance!
A BIG CONGRATULATIONS to Trevor 'Turbo' Brown - he is a finalist in the 2015 Victorian Indigenous Art Award!
We are big fans of Turbo here at Kate Owen Gallery - fingers crossed he can win the Deadly Award or pick up the people's choice award! Make sure you read his incredible biography on our webs... [More]
Hannah’s favourite was Gwenda Turner’s Sand Dunes and Rock Holes (GTUYU1515).
“I love the colours, the swirling patterns and the way the dots have little points on them.”
Lila loved Lorna Brown Napanangka’s Antaka (LBRG0042).
“I really like the different blue... [More]