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Welcome to Australian Artist. Over time we will be bringing here information and website of Australian artists. You will also find galleries and local based artists listed  throughout AusEmade.

Indigenous artists can get a free listing to help promote themselves on the Deadly Artist site.

Other Australian artists and galleries promoting Australian artists can get a listings by following our linking guidelines...

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New South Wales

• Art Online - Fibre Art
Caroline Sharkey Fibre Art
• URUNGA NSW 2455 • Ph: 02 6655 6450 • Email
A textile and fibre artist, who has produced some magnificent pieces, with many pieces capturing  the colours and essence of what is Australian. Check out her website and you can order her art online from landscapes, seascapes, Australian fauna, limited prints, cards and magnets. Her studio is open by appointment.
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Northern Territory

Audrey Rubuntja
Audrey was born in 1942 in the old Alice Springs hospital to Wildred and Lucy Swift of Hermannsburg. Her father worked in the Mission store at Areyonga, and her mother worked as a housemaid for the local pastor at the time.

She has been painting for about 30 years. Her paintings tell stories of family, bush tucker gathering and dreamtime stories. As she explains, ‘My grandchildren love to watch me paint as I tell them stories and explain to them the meaning of the different symbols used. In this modern days we have adapted to the use of acrylic paint to illustrate the same stories that were originally told with drawings done by hand on bare ground’. She enjoys painting and passing on the gift to the following generations. It is an important part of our culture as Aboriginal People. You can view examples of her works through this website.
June Sultan Narpandi-Arpungada
I have been painting for over 13 years now. My art is inspired by my brother Reg Sultan and my extended family including aunts and uncles. My paintings are traditional stories of bush tucker and bush medicine. I also paint more abstract pieces about Aboriginal culture.

I have been painting here in Alice Springs for some years now. Many of my friends know to find me at Todd Mall, especially on market day. If you are in town, you can usually see me sitting in my camping chair or a blanket on the grassy verge, with my paintings. You can view examples of my works through this website, click here...
Trephina Sultan / Thanguwa.com
Trephina is a local indigenous artist. Born in Alice Springs in Central Australia, visitors to the Alice Springs area have been purchasing Trephina’s paintings over many years. The paintings reflect her family’s culture, upbringing as a young child, and stories as told by her Elders.

Her work include the ‘dot style’ synonymous with Aboriginal art, including the many symbolism and iconography that represent the vegetation, food source, flora and fauna that is representative of Central Australia. A more recent work, is her ‘Tjanpi Kampanyi’ (Burning Grass), a move away from her previous traditional works.

As well as producing art of different sizes, from the small to the wall size canvases, Trephina has also created some wonderful pieces by request. You can place an order for a commissioned piece by Trephina through AusEmade or contact her direct. Check her website to browse samples of her works.
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