Through Saturday, 19 December
The Aboriginal artists of the remote community of Yuendumu
in Australia’s Northern Territory combine traditional desert patterns
with vibrant contemporary colors to tell their ancient creation stories.
The Warlpiri people paint both their ancestral lands
and the crystal-clear skies above,
depicting the Dreamings or Jukurrpa
of the world’s oldest living culture.
Booker-Lowe’s new collection includes
charming small paintings as well as large masterworks,
in all price ranges, and just in time for the holidays!
If you missed Songs of Lao,
our recent exhibition of photographs of Laos
by famed Japanese photographers Kenro and Yumiko Izu,
you can still see the show on our online catalogue . . .
and you can order prints through Friends Without A Border,
all to benefit the Lao Friends Hospital for Children.
Booker-Lowe is the leading American gallery for contemporary Aboriginal fine art from Australia. Through 19 December, 2015, we're open Wednesday-Saturday, 11 am – 5 pm, and by appointment at your convenience. We stock hundreds of paintings and original prints from under $300 to $35,000, and can source Aboriginal artworks for those with special requirements.
© Booker•Lowe Gallery 2014, 4623 Feagan Street, Houston, Texas 77007 USA