Please enjoy our wide and wonderful range of Aboriginal artworks currently on display on the corner of Victoria Road and Darling Street.
If you would like more information on any of the artworks, or to arrange a home trial or digital hang, please contact us via phone: +61 2 9555 5283 or book a video call.
We are delighted to present a solo show of Stephen Berger's captivating art and celebrate his use of texture, pattern and traditional design. There is an exquisite serenity to his paintings, yet each artwork still has an incredible energy which reveals itself slowly.
Jintaku - One | Sarrita King Solo7 October 2023 to 5 November 2023
Kate Owen Gallery is proud to present Jintaku - the first solo show by Sarrita King at Kate Owen Gallery.
While Sarrita already has an impressive list of shows and achievements, the chance to exclusively spotlight her art has been an opportunity to explore, experiment and create innovative pieces. There are invigorating new colour palettes and compositions which pulsate with the moods of the Country.
Her art has a universal appeal, made clear by the phenomenal interest in her work by international collectors. Be sure to register your interest to receive an exclusive preview of the exhibition catalogue when it becomes available.
Charmaine Pwerle Solo Exhibition - coming in 2024From 1 February 2024
Charmaine has been on an artistic journey, one that honours and maintains traditions while innovating.
This collection will showcase Charmaine's incredible artistic explosion, the result of learning the deeper meanings of her Dreaming from her mother.
Bulgul Artists - coming in 2024From 1 February 2024
After their blockbuster exhibition in 2022, the Bulgul Artists are back with their new body of work.
Artists include established and highly collectable names such as Helen McCarthy Tyalmuty, Kerry Madawyn McCarthy, and Dianne Tchumut, as well as recent Art Prize finalists Agatha Ngakmik Morgan, Allen Stephensen, Camelia Blitner, and Regina Bamagaya McCarthy.
Also on display are exciting emerging artists who are forging a unique form of expression, using rich colours and intricate dot work.
The Bulgul Artists always leave audiences excited and wanting more, so registration for an exclusive preview of the exhibition catalogue is essential to avoid disappointment.