Aboriginal


INDIGENOUS ARTWORK GIFTS & SOUVENIRS

Alperstein Designs collaborates with Artists and Art Centres around Australia to create a range of lifestyle gifts and souvenirs for both people abroad & Australians alike!
Products feature reproductions of original authentic artworks and are Made in Australia or offhsore.



WHO WE WORK WITH



Warlukurlangu Artists’ Aboriginal Corporation

Warlukurlangu Artists is one of the longest running and most successful Aboriginal-owned art centres in Central Australia. Located at Yuendumu, 300km northwest of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory, the art centre is both a stronghold of traditional Warlpiri culture and an essential part of Yuendumu’s community life.

Warlukurlangu means “belonging to fire” in Warlpiri, and is named after a Fire Dreaming west of Yuendumu. Owned and governed by its more than 600 members, Warlukurlangu art centre is famous for its gloriously colourful acrylic paintings and fine limited-edition prints. Many of its members’ works are highly collectable.

Established in 1985, Warlukurlangu Artists’ Aboriginal Corporation has a well regarded international profile. Artworks have been featured in hundreds of exhibitions around the globe and have been reproduced in many publications.


© Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation



Yarliyil Art Centre

Based in Halls Creek, on the Great Northern Highway, in the East Kimberly region of Western Australia, the Yarliyil Art Centre provides a place for local cultural expression by enabling the ethical production and sale of Aboriginal Art.

Yarliyil Artists work across a range of styles and mediums, representing the rich culture of the land, its history & the people. The main language groups of Yarliyil Artists are Jaru, Kidja, Walmajarri & Gooniyandi.

© Yarliyil Art Centre



Artists of Ampilatwatja

Ampilatwatja (pronounced um-bludder-witch) The Artists of Ampilatwatja community was established in 1999 near Alice Springs in the Northern Territory. The work produced by the artists is recognisably distinct from other Aboriginal artistic communities, due to the application of fine dots and the often bright and child-like figurative depiction of the land.


© Artists of Ampilatwatja





Ngarga Warendj - Dancing Wombat
Mick Harding
Mick Harding belongs to the Yowung-Illam-Baluk clan of the Taungurung people - a tribe of the Kulin nation. Mick was born in Melbourne.

Mick draws inspiration from the compelling legends of his people and weaves the images of those legends into each of his original artworks, which reflect the unique symbols and artifacts of South East Australia.