Feb 24' Update

It's been a rollercoaster couple of months at ABF.
Late 2023 we got the keys to a second gallery, based down at the Stamford Grand, Glenelg.
After a very busy few days pre Christmas we were able to get the walls filled & the doors open, allowing Moseley Square to have easy access to a plethora of high quality local Indigenous art. Enter via St Johns Row or the Stamford Grand hallway, we also have pieces on display on easels and in the glass cabinets. 
Hudson / Turner family corner Glenelg Gallery Art by Farquhar 
3 generations of the Hudson/Turner family have their own dedicated section -
Maureen Hudson Nampijinpa, Julieanne Turner Nungurrayi and Farron Furber Jampijinpa
One of our favourite Teresa Baker pieces featured in the glass cabinets in the Grand hallway (this piece is great if you're a Port fan...)
Brilliance by Debra Nangala Mcdonald with her own dedicated section, one of Papunya's most popular artists. Her showcase piece measuring close to 2 metres wide and tall. 
Our feature pieces by APY lands artists and mother daughter combinationTeresa Baker & Clarise Tunkin. 
The larger piece by Teresa is an enormous 295cm wide. 
At the moment the Glenelg gallery has hours matching our Edwardstown gallery. Please double check weekend hours when visiting.
In the meantime of opening up a second gallery, we have had an influx of artists over the Christmas period, and have been fortunate to stock up on works from premier artists such as Carolanne Ken, Maureen Hudson, Teresa Baker, Julieanne & Gwenda Turner, Kerrianne Edwards & Bernadine Johnson. 
Some of my personal favourites below, particularly by Bernadine, Julieanne & Maureen. 

"Bush Flowers" Bernadine Johnson Kemarre 

 "Budgerigar Dreaming" Julieanne Turner Nungurrayi


"Sand Dunes (otherwise known as "Tali") Maureen Hudson Nampijinpa

 If you'd like to browse our latest paintings online, please click the link below. Any paintings that are starred with a * at the end signifies they are at our Glenelg gallery. 

Browse our newest paintings

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