01 November 2021
Giving the gift of art for Christmas is a beautiful way to spread joy with something thoughtful and unique that your family and friends will cherish forever. Our extensive range of First Nations artworks are created by talented Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Artists for all people to enjoy. When you spoil your loved ones with these incredible artworks you are shopping with purpose by supporting the continued creation and celebration of First Nations art.
Warlukurlangu Artists Clapsticks
Clapsticks are an iconic representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. These beautiful clapsticks by Warlukurlangu Artists are the perfect gift to brighten any home. Each pair is hand painted by First Nations artists in the remote desert communities of Yuendumu and Nyirripi in Central Australia, making them a great, one of a kind gift for any art lover.
Framed Artworks by Corban & Blair
Surprise and delight your friends and family with a stunning framed artwork by Gaawaa Miyay (River Daughter) Designs. From sleek, black and white paintings to colourful statement pieces, all of these incredible designs visually portray stories from Yuwaalaraay Country in Northern NSW. Yuwaalaraay Artist and Gaawaa Miyay founder Lucy Simpson fuses contemporary techniques with traditional concepts of storytelling through her art to create stunning framed pieces perfect for gifting.
Camp Dog & Dingo Sculptures
These bright and fun sculptures are sure to bring joy these holidays. The dogs and dingoes represent real animals from the Yuendumu region of the Northern Territory and are all one of a kind, unique artworks. Know you are shopping with purpose this Christmas, with each sculpture made in collaboration between community owned Warlukurlangu Artists and the Alice Springs Prison
This stunning decorative Womindjeka Leaf by Ngarga warendj (Dancing wombat) is the perfect stocking stuffer for art lovers this Christmas. Designed by proud Taungwurrung Kulin Artist Mick Harding, the beautiful gum leaf is made from acacia wood and burnt with shapes and symbols inspired by South-Eastern Aboriginal art.
Injalak Arts Baskets
Spread the holiday spirit with a bespoke gift your loved ones will adore. These coil baskets by Injalak Arts are a beautiful representation of traditional cultural practices. Founded in 1989, Injalak Arts has over 200 active members, artists and weavers who create stunning works of art in Gunbalanya and the surrounding homelands. The purchase of these coil baskets will not only make the perfect Christmas gift, but will also support the continuation of Injalak Arts.
Mick Harding Clapsticks
Mick Harding is a talented Taungwurrung Kulin artist and the founder of Ngarga Warendj (Dancing Wombat). These incredible clapsticks are wood burned with a gum leaf design and come with information about the artefact and artist, making them the perfect holiday gift for those who love to know the story behind their cherished works of art.
Shop with purpose this Christmas with a magnificent platter by Wathaurong Glass and Art, a not for profit business dedicated to the unique practice of representing Aboriginal art through glass. These platters come with an authenticity certificate and are the perfect gift for those who love usable art. Use them to display smaller objects on your mantelpiece or place them in the centre of the Christmas table as a beautiful ode to Aboriginal cultures these holidays.