Reminder – Mwerre Anthurre exhibition finishing soon

Just a reminder to everyone that the exhibition of works by Mwerre Anthurre artists Bill Kenda, Kukula McDonald & Adrian Robertson finishes this Sunday 30 Jan!If you haven’t come in yet to check out the show, don’t miss your last chance to come and see these unique and wonderful work... [More]

Australia Day vs Invasion Day

Australia Day seen as Invasion Day by many Indigenous People but Aboriginal Art and culture is building a bridge. [More]

Staff Pick of the Week - by Mathieson

Helen McCarthy Tyalmuty   Marrawuk (The Dry Season)   120 x 180 cm When people hear the phrase “Aboriginal painting” it often conjures up images of earthy colours, x-ray animals or dots & semi circles to represent stories of old. What I love about this landscape ... [More]

Only five days to go to see the Canning Stock Route exhibition

Only five more days to visit the Canning Stock Route exhibition in Canberra. [More]

How the kangaroo got its name.....

How the Kangaroo got its name. [More]

The passing of Makinti Napanangka on January 9

Makinti Napanangka's death on January 9 2011 is mourned by aboriginal art lovers [More]

Don't forget we have an opening today!

Join us at 2pm today for the opening of our first exhibition for 2011 featuring marvellous naive works from three Mwerre Anthurre Artists; Kukula McDonald, Adrian Robertson and Billy Kenda. If you can't make it today the show will be open until Sunday 30th January. Hope to see you here!

Naive Aboriginal art from Mwerre Anthurre

Affordable aboriginal art - a unique and collectible exhibition of naive works by Mwerre Anthurre. [More]

Kate Owen Gallery supports the Lord’s Taverners fundraiser

With the cricket season on - and Australia not doing so well unfortunately - Kate Owen gallery is proud to support the Lord’s Taverners fundraiser for the training of Indigenous cricketers. Lord’s Taverners is the official charity for recreational cricket and UK’s leading youth cr... [More]

about our gallery

KO LogoThe Kate Owen Gallery specialises in quality, contemporary Australian Aboriginal artworks, individually selected to bring that 'wow factor' to modern interiors.  Most of our visitors are amazed to see the wide range of different expression adopted by our indigenous artists.  Many who previously had no interest in Aboriginal Art, have their 'eyes opened' to it for the first time, by the sheer beauty and diversity around them.

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