The Indigenous Art Centre Alliance supports the Indigenous artists of Far North Queensland Indigenous Art Centres.
Fresh, distinctive, vibrant and alive Indigenous paintings, sculpture, prints, fibre art and ceramics reflecting a wide range of styles from the islands of the Torres Strait and the Gulf of Carpentaria, to the rugged remoteness of Cape York and the lush tropical rainforest and coastal regions of Far North Queensland.
Vernon Marbenindar, The Family 2017 Milkwood & Acrylic. Image courtesy of Wik & Kugu Art Centre
Vanessa Cannon, Rainforest Vines, 2018 Earthenware slab. Image courtesy of Yalanji Arts
Mylene Holroyd, Crocodile Love 2018 Acrylic on Canvas. Image courtesy of Pormpuraaw Art and Cultural Centre
Betty Sykes, Karrangkal Coral Reef 2017 Acrylic on Canvas. Image courtesy of Bana Yirriji Art & Cultural Centre
Harry Bowen, Mulla Bush Honey, Acrylic on Belgium linen. Image courtesy of Hopevale Arts & Cultural Centre
Erub Arts Collaboration, Sager 2017 Ghost net, rope and steel. Image courtesy of Erub Arts
Margaret Mara, Divergence 2017. Image courtesy of Wei'num Arts
Valmai Pollard, Ceramic Bowl (Turtle Shell) 2016, Ceramic. Image courtesy of Yarrabah Arts & Cultural Precinct
Maria Ware, Early Spring Basket 2017, Ghost Netting. Image courtesy of Moa Arts
Various Bagu, Ceramic. Image courtesy of South Australian Museum & Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre
Laurie Nona, Ngaw Babn ngu Ngayka (from my father to me) 2016, lino print. Image courtesy of the Australian War Memorial & Badu Arts
Fiona Omeenyo, Snaper Fishing 2017. Acrylic on Canvas. Image courtesy of Lockhart River Art Centre
Main image credit: Amanda Jane Gabori, My Country 2018, Synthetic Polymer on Canvas, 121 x 91cm Photo: Mornington Island Art