The exhibition H O M E launches the new home of Everywhen Art at Whistlewood. At this historic home gallery set across 5 ha in the Peninsula’s beautiful hinterland on Bunurong Country you can find a wide range of fine quality Aboriginal art curated by specialists Susan McCulloch OAM and Emily McCulloch Childs.

The 80+ works on show include outstanding paintings, sculptures and fibre works from four regions of Australia by established artists and emerging talents of Aboriginal art. Featured also are works by 20+ artists represented by leading galleries – Australian Galleries, Cook Street Collective, Gallerysmith and Salt Contemporary Art – whose works depict places of personal significance whether interiors, exteriors or views of special lands. They include some of the famous artists who have been regular visitors to Whistlewood over the 70 + years and three generations of the McCulloch family of art writers, critics and gallery directors who have called this place home.

Exhibiting artists include:

Anita Pumani, Arthur Boyd, Atipalku Intjalki, Bugai Whyoulter, Candy Nelson Nakamarra, Charmaine Pwerle, Christine Puruntatameri, Christine Wrest-Smith, Christopher Pease, Clinton Naina, David Beaumont, David Wickens, David Wright, Dean Bowen, Delores Tipuamantumirri, Djul’djul Gurruwiwi, Dominic White, Doris Bush Nungarrayi, Eleanor Millard, Emma Stuart, Emily Pwerle, Fiona Hiscock, George Baldessin, Isobel Clement, Janice Stanley, Jeannie Mills Pwerle, Jennifer Buntine, Jenny Malibirr, Jimmy McKenzie, Joanne Sisson, John Anderson, John Wolseley, Joshua Searle, Karina Coombes, Kathy Ramsay, Lizzie Moss Pwerle, Lewis Miller, Lloyd Kwilla, Mabel Juli, Maria Josette Orsto, Marlene Juli, Mary Dhapalany, Mary Tonkin, Martin King, Minnie Pwerle, Nancy Chapman, Ned Johns, Neil Williams, Nellie Coulthard, Patrick Mung Mung, Raylene Walatinna, Rosella Namok, Sam Michelle, Shirley Purdie, Teresa Baker, Thecla Bernadette Puruntatameri, Tjunkaya Tapaya, Tracey Ramsey, Yurpiya Lionel

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