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Art Money

Art Money

Art Money makes owning art easier and more affordable. Payments are spread over ten monthly instalments. After paying a minimum 10% deposit, take your artwork home and pay the remaining balance over nine months, interest-free. Secure your Art Money loan before paying the deposit direct to us. Loans can be processed in as little time… Read more »

TG too Margaret River

TG too in Margaret River

We have opened again in Margaret River, where Tunbridge Gallery opened 11 years ago. The gallery is on Bussell Highway, right next to Bank West in the heart of the recently revamped shopping area. With an emphasis on excellent provenance and good value for money we have some beautiful work (paintings, sculpture, weaving and fabrics)… Read more »

Why ‘provenance’ is key when buying Aboriginal art

It’s not an exaggeration to say that the provenance or where the painting came from, is one of the most important pieces of information you need to know when buying Aboriginal art. For many people purchasing Aboriginal art is already a step into the unknown. This is not helped by the fact that not all… Read more »

The remembered hues of a lifetime

WHERE do they come from, the swaths of dust-pink and dazzling white, the arcs of mauve and porphyry and pale pastel blue? When did Angkaliya Curtis, the master colourist of western desert art-making, first see those hues in nature and become fascinated by their contrasts and their interplay? In her childhood, when she was being… Read more »

Kimberley Tour 2015

This will be an adventurous few days with the opportunity to experience what very few Australians can, by visiting small, very remote Aboriginal communities in Western Australia. There is the chance to meet some amazing people, see fascinating landscapes from the air and to immerse yourself in wonderful contemporary works of art along the way. It will… Read more »