Image: Victor Burton, Nyiirnkajarra, 2016, 46 x 61cm, acrylic on canvas, image courtesy of the artist and Spinifex Hill Studios, Port Hedland

Image: Cyril Whyoulter (Martumili Artists), 2016, acrylic on canvas, dimensions variable. Photography by Jessica Wyld

Image: Jan Griffiths (Waringarri Aboriginal Arts), Keeping Our Culture Strong, 2016, porcelain paper clay, hand painted, sprigged decorations, glazed, 2 x 42 x 42cm. Photography by Jessica Wyld

Image: Jan Griffiths (Waringarri Aboriginal Arts), 2016, hand painted, glazed, dimensions variable. Photography by Jessica Wyld

Image: Clockwise from left: Dallas Fletcher (Yarliyil Art Centre), The Book – No 2 Aboriginal Reserve, 2016; Me, 2017; Gidgigarra – Two Three, 2016; all acrylic on cotton, dimensions variable. Photography by Jessica Wyld

Image: Layne Dhu-Dickie (Spinifex Hill Artists), Captain Hedland (10 pages), 2017, texta on arches paper, 61 x 42cm. Photography by Jessica Wyld

Image: Works left to right: Adina Newman (Spinifex Hill Artists), 2016, acrylic, glitter and lacquer on canvas, dimensions variable; Cynthia Burke (Maruku Arts & Crafts), Ngayuku Ngurra (Walka Boards Landscape), 2017, burnt etching on plywood, 40 x 30cm (4 panels). Photography by Jessica Wyld

Image: Artists vary (Maruku Arts & Crafts), burnt etching on wood, dimensions variable. Photography by Jessica Wyld

Image: Works left to right: artists vary (Maruku Arts & Crafts), dimensions variable; Dorothy Ward (Warakurna & Kayili Artists), Wati Kutjarra, 2016, acrylic on canvas, 100 x 76cm. Photography by Jessica Wyld

Image: Artists vary (Mowanjum Aboriginal Art & Cultural Centre), screenprint on Bfk Rives paper, dimensions variable. Photography by Jessica Wyld

Image: Works left to right: Toni Roe (AARTWORKS Development Program), Untitled – Footy Boots (Size US6), 2017; Untitled – Ladies High Heels, 2017; both acrylic on shoes, dimensions variable. Photography by Jessica Wyld

Image: Opening of Revealed Exhibition 2017. Photography by Jessica Wyld

Image: Works above centre & right: Sonya Edney & Jennifer Green (Yamaji Art), Sharing our Wildflower Country, 2015; Tracks on Wildflower Country, 2015; both acrylic on Belgian linen, dimensions variable. Work below: Judith Chambers (Tjanpi Desert Weavers), Wati nyinanyi (man sitting down), 2015, tjanpi (native minarri grasses), raffia, acrylic yarn, 83 x 50 x 75cm. Photography by Jessica Wyld

Image: Roma Butler (Tjanpi Desert Weavers), Kamula tjukutjuka pikarti (camel calf angry one) & Kamula iti (baby camel), 2016, tjanpi (native minarri grasses), raffia, acrylic yarn, dimensions vary. Photography by Jessica Wyld

Image: Artists Eileen Forrest and Deborah Yaddah pictured. Works from left to right: Aisha Oscar (Marnin Studio), Fabric Length, 2017, hemp and linen fabric, Permaset paint, 200 x 90cm; Eileen Forrest (Marnin Studio), Fabric Length, 2017, hemp and linen fabric, Permaset paint, 200 x 90cm; Deborah Yaddah (Marnin Studio), Fabric Length, 2017, hemp and linen fabric, Permaset paint, 200 x 90cm. Photography by Jessica Wyld

Image: Sheryl Green & Andrea Green-Ugle (Yamaji Art), The Wildflower View, 2015, acrylic on Belgian linen 92 x 92cm. Photography by Jessica Wyld

Image: Deborah Yaddah (Marnin Studio), Boab Drop, 2017, acrylic paint on MDF board, string, fabric 180 x 16cm. Photography by Jessica Wyld

Image: Revealed Aboriginal Art Market 2017. Photography by Jessica Wyld

Image: Revealed Aboriginal Art Market 2017. Photography by Jessica Wyld

Image: Revealed Aboriginal Art Market 2017. Photography by Jessica Wyld

Image: Revealed Aboriginal Art Market 2017. Photography by Jessica Wyld

Image: Revealed Aboriginal Art Market 2017. Photography by Jessica Wyld

Image: Revealed Aboriginal Art Market 2017. Photography by Jessica Wyld

Image: Revealed Aboriginal Art Market 2017. Photography by Jessica Wyld

Image: Revealed Aboriginal Art Market 2017. Photography by Jessica Wyld

The Revealed Exhibition features works by more than 75 of the best new and emerging WA Aboriginal artists from all over the state, showcasing the diverse and vibrant state of contemporary Aboriginal art.

Featuring paintings, prints, wood carvings, photography, textiles, video, weaving and more, this enticing and sometimes surprising exhibition presents the work of artists from extremely remote areas alongside those from regional towns and metropolitan Perth.

All works in the exhibition are for sale.

Exhibiting Artists

Revealed 2017 Exhibition Artists

Revealed is an initiative of the WA State Government through the Department of Culture and the Arts; and the Australian Government through the Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support program.

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