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Alcaston Gallery in now open for 2018 and we are thrilled to present a powerful exhibition of new paintings by Betty Pumani, Ngupulya Pumani and Tuppy Goodwin.

The official opening celebration will take place on Wednesday the 14th February from 5.30 to 7.30pm and the artists will be present. 

To view available works from this exhibition please visit our website. 

Alcaston Gallery is now open Wednesday - Saturday 11am to 5pm and by appointment.

Image | Tuppy Goodwin, Antara, 2017, synthetic polymer paint on linen, 123 x 153 cm


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2nd February 2018


Alcaston Gallery artist Shirley Macnamara was featured in Design Files article, Shirley Macnamara, Weaver and Cattle Drover, earlier this month.

"Today we meet an awe-inspiring artist, based in remote western Queensland, where she runs her own thriving cattle property!

Shirley Macnamara developed her artistic practice in response to a personal loss in the 1990s, and her woven multi-media pieces have since come to also incorporate pressing environmental, political and cultural concerns.

Lauded for her prize-winning work at the prestigious 34th NATSIA Awards , Shirley’s pieces are currently on exhibit as part of the Tarnanthi: Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art at the Art Gallery of South Australia". 

To read the full article on the Design Files, please visit their website.

For more information on the artist or to view available works, please see our website.


Images| Shirley Macnamara, Ungubutha Guutu (Porcupine Vessel) 2016 (detail), spinifex, porcupine quills and fixative 33 x 30 x 26cm. Photo – courtesy of the artist and Alcaston Gallery; Portrait of Shirley Macnamara. Photo – courtesy of Virginal Hills; Portrait of Shirley Macnamara, 2017. Photo – courtesy of Virginal Hills; Shirley Macnamara, Scullcap 2013, emu feathers, natural ochre, resin, synthetic polymer fixative, 15 x 22 x 22cm. Photo – courtesy of the artist and Alcaston Gallery

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24th January 2018
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