About the Art - Warmun Art Centre

Warmun art transcends cultural and creative boundaries, placing Warmun artists at the forefront of contemporary art in Australia. All canvases are painted using ochres and natural pigments and draw on traditional Ngarrangkarni (dreaming) stories as well as contemporary events and experiences.

Warmun Art Centre operates an artists' studio and a gallery space, displaying and selling outstanding paintings by emerging and established artists. Your purchases provide artists with economic independence and the opportunity to share their Gija culture and country.

Located amid the epic landscapes of the east Kimberley, Warmun Art Centre grew from the extraordinary knowledge and creativity of early ochre artists Rover Thomas, Queenie McKenzie and Jack Britten. Today's artists render and represent the cultural and artistic continuity with striking confidence and diversity.

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Patrick Mung Mung and Betty Carrington at work in the gardens of the former WAC gallery-office, originally a post office in the 1950s

  Patrick Mung Mung and Betty Carrington at work in the gardens of the former WAC gallery-office, originally a post office in the 1950s