• Korlobbarr Djang, etching by Bardayal Nadjamerrek (dec)
  • Djen (Fish), etching by Ezarahia Kelly
  • Fire Djang, lithograph by England Banggala (dec)
  • Narbalek, etching by Solomon Girrabul (dec)
  • Mimi Hunting, etching by Graham Badari

Injalak Arts Prints from the stone country of Western Arnhem Land

01 May - 31 May 2019


This body of work explores the links between Indigenous cultural heritage, environment and aesthetic traditions of artists from western Arnhem Land.


The artists represent a unique group of painters and print makers who have maintained the distinctive practise associated with the traditions of rock art painting in western Arnhem Land and the knowledge it purveys. The artists, many of whom are now deceased, include some of the great practitioners of Kunwinjku art including Graham Badari, Bardayal (Lofty) Nadjamerrek (dec), England Banggala (dec), Solomon Girrabul (dec) and Ezarahia Kelly.


The Stone Country of western Arnhem Land also known as the plateau country adjoins Kakadu National Park. The rocky outcrops of the escarpment dominate the landscape while adjacent flood plains, permanent rivers and billabongs are abundant with life of countless species of animals and plants.


View the Bardayal Bim Folio


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  • Wangkartu etching by Helicopter Joey Tjungurrayi
  • Nakarra Nakarra, etching by Kathleen Paddoon (dec)
  • Kinyu etching by Eubena Nampitjin (dec)
  • Tjawa Tjawa etching by Bai Bai Napangarti

Warlayirti Artists and Printmakers

01 May - 31 May 2019


Warlayirti Artists from Balgo are well known for their beautiful, high quality artworks including limited edition prints.


The prints are the result of a long-standing collaboration between the Balgo artists and the printers from Northern Editions in Darwin. This partnership resulted in numerous editions of etchings and screen prints and expanded to include Japanese woodblock printing for the men.


The collection of editions available at Nomad Art include significant senior artists Eubena Nampitjin, Elizabeth Nyumi, Ningie Nanala, Helicopter Joey  Tjungurrayi and Bai Bai Napangarti and some the first prints created by these artists between 2002 – 2007.


As senior custodians from Balgo, Lake Mackay, Canning Stock Route, Billiluna, Tanami and Great Sandy Deserts, the artists hold a unique position in Aboriginal and artistic history.



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  • Departure IV, etching mono print by Anne McMaster
  • Departure III, etching mono print by Anne McMaster
  • Departure II, etching mono print by Anne McMaster
  • Departure I, etching mono print by Anne McMaster

Anne McMaster

01 March - 29 March 2019


Anne McMaster continues her exploration of the natural habitats of the Tiwi Islands including coastal mangroves and coral. Other elements that influence her work are the changing nature of the seasons and the beautiful Island light. These works were created in early 2019 as Anne prepares her departure from Melville Island after many years.


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  • Ngapa Jukurrpa – Water Dreaming, etching by Shorty Jangala Robertson
  • Witi Jukurrpa – Ceremonial Pole Dreaming etching by Paddy Sims Japaljarri
  • Ngatijirri Jukurrpa (Budgerigar Dreaming), etching by Paddy Japaljarri Stewart
  • Yankirri Jukurrpa (Emu Dreaming), etching by Rosie Nangala Flemming

Warlukurlangu Artists

01 March - 29 March 2019


This month we have delved into the archives to reveal classic etchings by senior Warlukurlangu artists Shorty Jangala Robertson, Paddy Japaljarri Stewart, Paddy  Japaljarri Sims and Rosie Nangala Flemming.  The artists are recognised for their bold colour and strong traditional iconography. The paintings tell the story of the artists’ connection to their country, the features of the landscape, the plants and animals that are found there and the creation stories from the Dreamtime.

Each artist has his or her own particular style and distinctive colour palette. The artists love to experiment with different techniques ensuring that the artworks and styles are constantly evolving.


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Exhibitions Archive

Sand stories and other collections

  This month we are focusing on historical suites and collections. Works include an exciting series of six ceremonial body paint designs from Kaltjiti Arts, a collection of the first screenprints produced at mimili maku and an amazing folio of milpatjunanyi – sand stories by Nura Rupert and Nungalka (Tjaria) Stanley from Ernabella Arts.   Milpatjunanyi – […]

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Reveal – from the collection

  We have been busy looking through the archive and continually uploading exciting prints to the Nomad Art website.   Reveal includes etching, silkscreen and woodcut prints produced over the last 15 years by artists from the Central Desert, Kimberley, Arnhem Land, Tiwi Islands and Darwin.   View the works on the online gallery: Man, Woman, Child, etching by Rhonda […]

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  View the Catalogue View works on the online gallery   These works are part of Winsome Jobling’s 2018 series of works in paper entitled Chatter. The works are made using handmade papers, drypoint prints and stitching. During the paper making process watermarks, poured pulps and stencilled earth pigments and copy toner are added. Paper fibres […]

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Yirrkala Print Space 2018

  Yirrkala Print Space is one of the Australia’s premier print studios specialising in limited edition works on paper produced on their own press. The studio continues to expand its collaborations with master printmakers from across Australia and around the world to facilitate new works and continue the development of techniques and experimentation across the […]

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Tidal Zone – Tiwi Islands

  My recent work is a response to living in a remote Indigenous community of Pickataramoor, on the Tiwi Islands in tropical Northern Australia. This remote location combines the challenges of conceptualising and creating art in relative isolation, while drawing inspiration from the unique geography of the landscape of my daily life.   The rectangle […]

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Then and Now – images of the Gulf

  The word ”waralungku’ (pronounced Wharr Ral Loonghu) represents all of the language groups of the Borroloola Region and is the place name for the Burketown crossing on the McArthur River. The crossing is on the main road just outside of Borroloola.   Waralungku is also associated with the Hill Kangaroo dreaming and an imprint […]

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East Kimberley Focus

    East Kimberley Focus is the first of our series of online presentations. Each month we will delve into the Nomad collections to uncover hidden gems, profile selected artists and present new work. The idea is to reflect on the extraordinary creative output by Aboriginal artists and printmakers over the last two decades.   […]

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