artplacement recently provided five stunning Aboriginal paintings to a client, in preparation for the sale of his magnificent home on the outskirts of Sydney. The contemporary nature of the artworks sat beautifully with the elegant, classic homestead, style of the home.

Josie Petrick Kemarre’s large format pointillist “Bush Plum Dreaming” adorns the Dining Room wall. The painting explores the various stages of the bush plum’s development – from seedling to full blooming bush plum. Great symbolism is attached to the abundance of the bush plum harvest – a good crop denotes a fertile year for the community, with lots of babies being born.

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Ronnie Tjampitjinpa’s black and white Tingari Cycle brings a serenity and calmness to the Living Room, adjacent to the more vibrant energetic Dining Room. Both paintings work together in the space at large and anchor the eclectic mix of furnishings.

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Kudditji Kngwarreye’s dramatic, colourful Mina Mina graces the double height void of the Entrance and stairway leading to the upstairs accommodation. The painting makes such an impact when viewed from either the ground floor or the first floor levels.

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