We recognise and are honoured to work and stand upon Whadjuk Noongar Boodja, and pay respect to elders past, present and emerging.
Register now and be ready at 9am for the opening of one of the greatest Aboriginal online art markets in Australia, with art from over twenty communities available online. Attracting over 15,000 visitors in 2021, it pays to get in early.
Starting Friday, May 27 until Sunday, May 29 and held entirely online, this is your chance to ethically support artists from all over our vast state and purchase stunning original artworks. New works will be added throughout the three-day event so make sure you pop online to view the newly added pieces. With 24 art centres and 5 independent artists included, there’s a huge volume and variety of paintings, textiles, carved artefacts, weavings, homewares, clothing, jewellery and more to choose from, with 100% of all sales revenue returned directly to the artists.
Pictured: David Brown, Wallakurri, 2022, Natural ochre and pigment on canvas. Courtesy Waringarri Aboriginal Arts
With ongoing COVID travel restrictions, Revealed’s online marketplace ensures vital income for the artists and the Arts Centres that take part. After a successful online debut in 2021, which attracted over 15,000 visitors from more than 50 countries around the world, the Revealed WA Aboriginal Art Market is anticipated to be bigger and better in 2022 – with an enormous selection of quality art pieces to choose from.
Some of the communities represented include:
- Bidyadanga Arts Centre
- Cheeditha Art Group
- Juluwarlu Arts Group
- Ku’arlu Mangga (Good Nest)
- Mangkaja Arts Resource Agency
- Marnin Studio
- Martumili Artists
- Maruku Arts
- Mowanjum Aboriginal Art and Culture Centre
- Nagula Jarndu Designs
- Ninuku Arts
- Papulankutja Artists Aboriginal Corporation
- Spinifex Hill Studio
- Tjanpi Desert Weavers
- Tjukurba Art Gallery – Shire of Wiluna
- Warakurna Artists
- Waringarri Aboriginal Arts and Kira Kiro Artists
- Warlayirti Artists
- Warmun Art Centre
- Wirnda Barna Art Centre
- Yamaji Art
- Yarliyil Art Centre
- Yinjaa-Barni Art
- Renee Clifton
- Bianca Long – Jaru Girl
- Cora Peltherre Lynch – Ngwarle Untye Art
- Rebecca Reid – Diversity Aboriginal Art
- Julianne Wade
- Lil Chooks
Pictured: Polly Jackson Butler Pawuya, Papa Pirni! (Many Dogs!), 2021, 20 x 70 x 30 cm, Tjanpi (grass) acrylic wool, raffia. Courtesy Tjanpi Desert Weavers.
The Revealed Market exists to provide an ethical avenue for purchasing original art from art centres and independent artists across the state, in one place, with 100% of all profits raised from sales return to the participants. The Revealed Market is open to all WA Aboriginal artists – emerging, mid-career and senior – with works priced from as little as $50, catering for first-time buyers through to collectors and investors.