Whether a sophisticated art collector seeking large investment pieces or an enthusiast wanting smaller affordable works, our gallery provides a large collection of contemporary and traditional Aboriginal artwork from the Central and Western Desert areas; including Papunya, Yuendumu, St Teresa and Utopia.
Catering to the local and overseas clientele, our aim at Waradah is to honour, promote and foster Aboriginal culture.
Certificate of Authenticity and Documentation
When you buy a painting from Waradah Aboriginal Centre we provide Certificate of Authenticity signed by our Gallery manager,
Documentation for the story associated with the art work
Biography of the artist
Information on the region
Photos where available
Across the atrium, our retail shop carrys a large selection of Aboriginal products, including, craftworks, small artworks, T shirts, bags, jewellery, silk scarves and ties, pottery, glass giftware and cushions. Sourcing the highest quality in giftware, we aim, where possible to stock products which are designed by Aboriginal artists and craftspeople.
The artwork on display has been purchased either directly from the government community centers, the artists or our associated private art dealers. Artists are paid in full and at an agreed value at the time of purchase, unless on consignment. The price set takes into consideration the artist’s seniority and artistic status, as well as the size and quality of artwork.
Insured Worldwide Shipping
Paintings can be delivered to you in Australia or internationally, with a door to door, fully insured freight service. Delivery generally takes 5 -7 working days from dispatch. We recommend sending paintings unstretched in a roll. The typical price is about $170.