We’re so excited to be apart of AIATSIS this year, alongside 30 Indigenous art centres and independent artists from around Australia.
We’re so grateful for online exhibitions like AIATSIS, which allow incredible indigenous work to be shared with the world, during these restricted times.
Here are a selection of artworks we’re showcasing this year.
1. Gabriel Maralngurra – Rock Art
2. Dennis Naroldol – Djabbo Dja Dird
3. Joe Guymala – Makkakkurr
4. Owen Naborlhborlh – Korlobarr
Head to iam.aiatsis.gov.au
#iamaiatsis #indegenousart #exhibition #art #australian …
Kunwardde means stone or rock. This collection of t-shirts modelled by our lovely daluk/female artists is inspired the neutral tones of the natural colours/pigments that can be found out bush.These are the colours used to create rock art and depict spirits and beings that are still around for some of us to see today!
The artists/models from right to left are Gwenyth Mangiru, Selina Nadjowh, Helen Nawirridj and Juliette Nganjmirra.
All were printed here in our print studio by Injalaks very own screen printers!
All are available on our Etsy store 🤍
LINK IN BIO
#handprinted #screenprinted #tshirts …
Head to iam.aiatsis.gov.au to check out our secret a stash of goodies we’ve been busting to show you!
The sooner you order the better so we can ensure all orders arrive before Christmas!
This incredible team is going to be making some big waves!🌊
We have some fantastic projects coming up and we feel so grateful to have such an eclectic, passionate and multidisciplinary group of artists at the forefront of Injalak💪
From left to right
• Gabriella Maralngurra
• Gwenyth Mangiru
• Christine Nabobbob
• Donna Nadjamerrek (President)
• Gabriel Maralngurra(Vice President)
• Maath Maralngurra
• Craig Bangarr
• Sprotin Bangarr
• Shaun Namarnyilk
Bring on 2022😎 …
Tomorrow is Larry’s 49th birthday ⭐️
Update – SOLD
#painting #rarrk #indigenousart …
Plenty of under the water inspired weavings this week-all available on our website Injalak.com 💙
#fibreart #weaving #woven #pandanus …
You’ll see works that haven’t been available to you before, including fibre art, carvings, paintings and so much more!
Get in early to ensure your piece can arrive in the mail before Christmas.
The link to Aiatsis Online is in our bio
#IAMaiatsis #exhibition #online #art #topend …
It’s nice to see a Shaun’s large scale rock art style paintings in a modern Gallery space 🤍
It will be running through to 21st December if you are around Melbourne go and check it out! …
This car has been bogged for over 50years but the boys were still keen to take it for a joy ride 😅
Artists from left to right Sprotin Bangarr, William Manakgu, Joey Nganjmirra, Zac (Shaun’s son) and Shaun Namarnyilk. …
Dilly bags or Djerrh in Kunwinkju means traditional fibre bag. They were traditionally used to carry bush foods and have often been depicted in the rock art throughout the region. Djerrh play also play an important role in ceremony.
This woven trio is available on our website www.injalak.com.
#weaving #woven #fibre #fibreart …
Just kidding…this trio of birds was perfectly carved and painted by our valued staff member and Artist Lorraine Namarnyilk😍
Available at injalak.com …
Here are some by artists including Austin Djorlom, Jonathon Garnarradj, Lorraine Namarnyilk and Shaun Namarnyilk.
Check out the link in our bio for more details 💚 …
We’re so excited when Nicodemus drops by, the passion and enthusiasm he has for sharing his work, his artistic process and the story each piece tells, is electric.
Painted on his piece is a variety of water animals found in the billabong below Injalak Hill, including goanna, fish, turtle and crocodile. This piece demonstrates Nicodemus’s masterful and dynamic arrangement of Rarrk style painting. …
We have you covered this Christmas!
Last chance this year to to pick up some of our goodies in the flesh. We've got fabrics, earrings, artworks and more!
See you there …
Isiah has depicted a billabong scene in the ancient rock art style or West Arnhem Land, with single line rarrk hatching and the backbones of the fish visible.
We will have plenty of fabrics like this beautiful one at Tactile Arts Christmas fair this weekend at Darwin Convention Centre!
#screenprinting #print #art …
Our new t-shirt colle
Our new t-shirt collection inspired by KUDJEWK (Wet season). We have used inspiration from lush landscapes and ever flowing waterfalls that come with the wet.
All t-shirts are designed and printed in Gunbalanya on high quality cotton t-shirts.
Artists/models from left to right: Thadius Nabegeyo, Gabriel Maralngurra(co-founder), Shaun Namarnyilk, Joey Nganjmirra and Mike (Injalak CEO)
These will be on sale at our Tactile Arts stall in Darwin this weekend or available on our Etsy store now ⭐️ we don’t have heaps of stock so I would suggest getting in early! …
The Injalak team had a look
The Injalak team had a look over the website and picked out some works we thought were a little different😊
1. Durnbuhmanj (Black Bream) by Naam Nayilibidj Nakobang
2. Marebu by Craig Bangarr
3. Djakarna (Jabiru) by Roland Burrunali
These are available at injalak.com. We add new works every week✨ …
We’re continuously blown away by Lorraines artistic versatility. Lorraine is always challenging herself to master a new medium. Not only a skilled carver, she’s also a beautiful painter and expert screen printer. She also finds time every day to help out the injalak office with daily operations. We are so lucky to have her!
Keep an eye out for this piece on our website🔥 …
He is a a pro at the Rock Art style. Shaun likes using large scale paper or canvas and layering up different imagery of animals and spirits to tell stories.
Shaun has an exhibition at the @brunswickstreetgallery in the Ground Floor which has just reopened. ‘Kunwarrde Bimdi Munguyhmunguyh’ -Rock Paintings Have always been there. If you are Melbourne based you won’t regret seeing Shauns work. …
Both designs by the Injalak wo
Both designs by the Injalak women hand printed right here in Gunbalanya.
Link to our ETSY in our bio! FREE SHIPPING 💫 …
As the rain comes and the artists are bringing in so many beautiful paintings we are learning that with the wet season comes the Yawkyawks 🌧✨
Sometimes they are described as ‘mermaids’ who live in trees and water in special places in west Arnhem Land. …
Keep in mind that we are just an art centre and there are always plenty of things on so its best to give us a little time to pack and ship your orders before the Australia post cut off 😊 …
It’s amazing to see the textiles designed and printed here in Gunbalunya showcased in a magnificent way they deserve.
Screen printing is a big part of Injalak and we are fortunate to have so many talented designers and printers. Such designs feature in the exhibition depict through imagery and expression what life and culture is for the people of Gunbalanya.
It is showing until the 1st of Jan 2022-go check it out! …
Even through these weird times we are so greatful to everyone who has followed the rules and come along to support!
We are here @ 21 Knuckey St until 2pm 🌞 …
So much talent and hard work!
#weaving #fibreart #pandanus …
This beautiful exhibition celebrates the use of natural ochres and how they embody certain cultural traditions. We are so proud of all of our artists that were involved.
‘Earth Magic’ will be displaying at Tineriba Gallery in South Australia until the 1st of December. If you are in Adelaide, go have a peek ☺️ …
We love meeting and seeing the faces of the people who support us here at Injalak.
Plenty of amazing gifts for your friends, family…and don’t forget yourself!
We will be here everyday until Sunday afternoon, if you are in Darwin come and say Hi ❤️ …
21 Knuckey St