‘LIFT’, Palya Art’s Annual Perth Exhibition of Indigenous Art

Every year in Perth, Palya Art exhibits a diverse and rich collection of Indigenous artworks from Australia’s multi cultural north west.

Palya Art's Annual Perth Exhibition of quality artworks by significant Indigenous Artists, 26 July to 31 August 2014.

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Working with Aboriginal artists through locally run Art Centres, Helen Read, Director and Curator of Palya Art, selects and exhibits the latest, beautiful artwork selection for enjoyment and sale.

You are welcome to ‘LIFT’, an exhibition including a forest of densely painted, glorious, Hollow Logs. There will be an array of exquisite paintings of National Gallery standard, all with impeccable provenance and documentation. The show is presented in a relaxed, informal, professional and comfortable atmosphere for everyone’s ease and enjoyment.

With each exhibition, Helen talks about visiting the artists. For twenty-seven years, Helen has kept up the rhythmic flow of bringing art to the cities and, taking people living in the cities to the artists. The cultural exchanges have been successful, stimulating and productive. Reports from travelers and artists alike tell of their lives being enhanced.

Every show is eagerly anticipated and this year’s exhibition, ‘LIFT’, is displayed in the open-air space of Stott Hoar’s new building. Thank you Jim Loader, family and staff.

Artists on show include Joseph Jurra, Bob Burruwal, Peter Datjin, Nora Wompi, Nyurapayia Nampitjinpa, Jimmy Ngalakurn, Jan Billycan, Wakartu Cori Surprise, Nawurapu Waunungmurra, Eileen Napaltjarri, Peggy Patrick, Alice Nampitjinpa, Lily Hargraves, Eubena Namptijin, Elizabeth Nyumi, Any Nuggett, Elizabeth Marks Nakamara, Johnny Yungut Tjupurrula, Dorothy Napangardi, Eunice Napanangka, Regina Wilson, Helicopter Tjungurrayi, Maggie Watson, Rammey Ramsey, Gordon Barney and Tommy Carroll.

‘LIFT’, Palya Art’s Perth 2014 Group Art Centre show, 26th July to 31 August 2014, 86 Walters Drive, Herdsman, (in northwest Perth) Western Australia.

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