Artwork of the Week: Awelye by Charmaine Pwerle 122 x 183cm

About the Artist: Charmaine Pwerle is the daughter of artist Barbara Weir and granddaughter of Minnie Pwerle. Charmaine was born in Alice Springs in 1975 and has four daughters, a son and a step-daughter. Charmaine attended the Utopia school until the age of 7 when she was sent to Adelaide to impro... [More]

Lockhart River Mob | 18 March - 9 April

It is with great excitement that we introduce a new stable of artists to Kate Owen Gallery with our inaugural exhibition, Lockhart River Mob. The artists come from Sandbeach Culture and Community; five distinct clan groups that live in one of the most precious natural environments on the east coast... [More]

Home is Where the ART is!

If you follow us on Facebook or Instagram, you would have seen our posts about one of our clients being featured in this month's issue of Home beautiful magazine!   I don't know about you, but I think Sarrita King's Ancestors piece adds such a beautiful sophistication to the space :-) ... [More]

Obituary: Kudditji Kngwarreye

  Our dear old friend, Kudditji Kngwarreye passed away peacefully last week.  The Aboriginal Art Association of Australia broke the news after calling Old Timers Village in Alice Springs and confirming the news with the nurses.  We send our condolences to the family and the Utopia co... [More]

Journey Tracks | Tony Sorby's First Solo Show at Kate Owen Gallery | 9 February 5 March

There are many great pleasures working at Kate Owen Gallery, but none gives me more joy than meeting the artists and hearing their stories. When Tony Sorby arrives with his latest body of work, you’re greeted with a smile and sense of joy that lights up a room. A powerful optimism which I b... [More]

Artwork of the Week: Untitled by Angelina Nampijinpa Tasman 46 x 107cm

Created in Yuendumu in 2016  About the Artist Angelina is an exciting artist from Yuendumu and paints for Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation. She was born in 1951 at Mount Doreen Station and moved to the remote community of Yuendumu (roughly 300kms North West of Alice Springs) when ... [More]

Artwork of the Week: Rockholes at Mina Mina by Dorothy Napangardi 198 x 198cm

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]

Sorry Business: Vale Trevor 'Turbo' Brown

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]

Artwork of the Week: Marrapinti by Naata Nungurrayi 183 x 245cm

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]

Upcoming Exhibition - July 2016

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]