We carry a wide range of artworks by numerous artists to suit a variety of budgets and tastes. Our most popular Artist Bunmarra is shown below, he is among the most talented in the industry.
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Aboriginal Artist: Troy Lenihan COUNTRY: Budawang People (Yuin Country NSW South Coast) Australia. Language Group – Dhurga Troy was born in Penrith the Dharug country of NSW and is one of five children, and a descendant of the Budawang People of the Yuin Country of Southern NSW, with strong family connections to the people La-perouse, Eora Country NSW. He is the great grandson of Elizabeth Jane Cooley (Ma Page) and Bill Page, grandson of Elvie Pearl Page and Chips Pender. Troy is married with four children; three boys, and a beautiful girl. Troy is an international artist. His artworks are part of many private collections both nationally and internationally. He is continually commissioned by Government, Non Government, & Corporate agencies in creating paintings, & his designer plaques, and continually has public requests for his work. He has donated artworks to Fundraisers (Donate a Dot, Telstra Child Flight 2009/2010), Flight for Cancer, Beyond Blue, Hospitals, NSW Health Services, Schools, Trivia Fundraising Events, Youth Services, Doctors, PCYC, The Drought Appeal 2018, and provided his artwork as gifts to various charities, and corporate events on many occasions. He was a finalist in the 2014 Mosman Art Prize, & his Art was a part of the performance of the 2015 Southern Stars. He has featured on ABC Open 2015 promoting his vision as an artist. He has artworks in Japan, England, Germany, Europe, Hungry, Malta, Austria, Scotland, New Zealand, Canada, America, and throughout Australia. Troy's artwork can only be described as 'pure perfection' from his themes to his immaculate dot work. As an acclaimed artist Troy has brought to focus in the international art forum his link to the cultural and spirituality of his ancestors and the Dreaming. His Artworks are highly sought after.
Aboriginal Artist: Tynan Shane Lenihan COUNTRY: Budawang People (Yuin Country NSW South Coast) Australia, and Coomaditchie Aboriginal Community (Kemblawarra NSW). Language Group - Dhurga and Dharawal Tynan was born in Nowra the Yuin Country of NSW and is one of five children, and a descendant of the Budawang People of the Yuin Country of Southern NSW on his Mother’s side, with strong family connections to the People of La-perouse Eora Country NSW. He is the great, great grandson of Elizabeth Jane Cooley (Ma Page) and Bill Page, great grandson of Elvie Pearl Page and Chips Pender. On his Fathers side, Tynan is a descendant of the Coomaditchie Aboriginal Community of Kemblawarra NSW. He is 1 of 15 + grandchildren of Lorraine Brown a descendant of the Jerrinja Aboriginal People of NSW on her Mother’s side & a descendant of the Lake Tyers Aboriginal People of Victoria on her Father’s side. He is the grandson of Sonny Brown and both are well recognised as Aboriginal artists. Tynan has held exhibitions within the South Coast and Illawarra regions of NSW and also had his works commissioned by private collectors and Non-Government agencies. Tynan’s artworks are continually gaining more interest and continue to impress collectors. All Tynan's artworks are accompanied with a story/explanation of the painting, Label of Authenticity and Artist Profile.
Aboriginal Artist: Wayne Lenihan (‘Murky’) © COUNTRY: Budawang People (Yuin Country NSW South Coast) Australia. Language Group - Dhurga Murky was born in Paddington NSW he is one of five children, and a descendant of the Budawang People of the Yuin Country of Southern NSW, with strong family connections to the Cadigal People of La-perouse Eora Country NSW. He is the great grandson of Elizabeth Jane Cooley (Ma Page) and Bill Page, grandson of Elvie Pearl Page and Chips Pender. Murky is the father of two beautiful girls. In 2013 Murky was asked to exhibit with his brother Bunmarra and nephew Jungaa. On opening night he sold 1 of the 2 artworks he was exhibiting and his art journey began there and then. Murky pays attention to fine detail in his artworks. He connects to his culture through the spirit of his ancestors and the spirit of nature and animals, this appears in his artworks. Murky's artworks are accompanied with a story/explanation of the painting, Label of Authenticity and Artist Profile.
Jen Saunders is a visual artist and musician living in Brogers Creek near Berry on the south coast of NSW. Her artworks – using ink, paint, collage and assemblage – investigate three key themes: • the creeks and bush of her home town • the Indigenous history of the Illawarra and Shoalhaven regions • communication and miscommunication Reference to past or unseen inhabitants of the bush and waterways of her local area is a recurring subject and an urge to ‘not forget’ is a central motivation in her works. Jen Saunders exhibits regularly with other artists at Project Contemporary Artspace in Wollongong and other local venues. She has coordinated numerous community art projects in the Shoalhaven, including the Clipper Road Children’s Centre murals 2008, the Bomaderry Poolside Park murals 2008, Child Safety Week Mandala Project 2007 and many music events in the region.
Didee Martin was born in Sydney in 1974, her mother’s family come from Mount Isa in Queensland and her father’s family come from the Torres Strait Islands. She moved to the South Coast of New South Wales when she was 27 and resides there with her two beautiful children. As an artist, a lead pencil has been Diana’s preferred drawing instrument of choice. She states that the feeling of graphite gliding across the rough cotton fibre of a piece of Arches watercolour paper is a simple joy for her. Drawing has been a popular means of expression throughout history and one of the simplest means of communicating visual ideas and thoughts. Diana works in a range of media such as drawing, painting, printmaking, digital art, photography and graphic design. She has completed her Certificate lll and IV in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Arts at Illawarra Institute of TAFE, Nowra Campus and is currently studying for her Diploma in Visual Arts. She is currently working on a body of work, exploring what the ‘human condition’ means to her from a personal perspective with a type of abstract expressionism depicting either the figurative form or expressive portraiture. It is an on-going experimental exercise to help express thoughts of pain, sorrow, joy and happiness, to come out the other side feeling healed and at peace with some of the atrocities that can happen in life and to have compassion for those who are still finding their way out of the dark. Diana has exhibited in a number of exhibitions such as the Annual Student Arts Exhibition - Nowra Campus in 2012 for which she was awarded the ‘Campus Acquisition Artwork’ followed by a “Highly Commended Artwork’ in 2013; the Annual Black Cockatoo Art Awards held in the Shoalhaven for which she was awarded the ‘Works on Paper’ for her lino print ‘Landscape’ in 2013. Other group exhibitions include the Nowra Courthouse NAIDOC Exhibition and the Love Culburra Beach Festival Indigenous Art Exhibition. Diana was also commissioned to design digital artwork for the local Cullunghutti Aboriginal Child and Family Centre for their Children’s Disability Services Directory.