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This is Aboriginal Art is a two story gallery in the main mall of Alice Springs offering beautiful art and crafts from the Aboriginal artists of the Central and Western Deserts. We provide genuine Aboriginal art and are happy to show you our...more
Hours Today: 09:00 - 17:00
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
87 Todd St, Alice Springs, Northern Territory 0870, Australia
Finally an art gallery that has different canvas sizes! I wandered in here and they cater for so many different sizes in the art...so anyone can own a piece of aboriginal art... whether your place is small or large. I wandered in here because of...More
The woman in the shop was extremely helpful. She was very knowledgeable about each artist and was able to provide the story for the art works we looked at. There was no pressure, just pleasant help. We are very pleased with our selection and felt...More
If you are looking to see aboriginal art when in Alice Springs, this gallery is a must-see. They have a great selection of original artworks across a wide range of sizes and prices, but what really makes this gallery unique is the wonderful advice from...More
There are three galleries along Todd Mall that I discovered and this one has a more variation than the others in art style at least. They do not sell zebra stones and other things like one of the others but they have a few artists...More
We loved this gallery! Fell in love one in particular but had many great pieces to choose from. Staff were very helpful and knowledgeable. We received a certificate of authenticity containing information and a photograph of the artist with our painting. Can't wait to display...More
My wife was looking to purchase a genuine aboriginal art work.
We looked in a few shops and it was Venita's passion for her work and the artists she is representing really helped us understand what we were looking at and what the painting means....More