Boomerang Art-aboriginal Fine Art Gallery, Southport
Boomerang Art-aboriginal Fine Art Gallery, Southport - Address, Phone Number
Address: 27 Margaret Street, Southport QLD, 4215
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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About Boomerang Art-aboriginal Fine Art Gallery, Southport
The gallery specializes in Aboriginal Fine art as it displays a large collection of quality paintings and exhibits. The gallery includes pan Australian aboriginal art works. It works with Australia's greatest living Aboriginal artists, such as Kathleen and Gloria Petyarre, Barbara Weir and others like the Pwerle sisters Galya, Emily and Molly.You can visit the Fine art gallery at any time, any day with prior appointment.
Boomerang Art-aboriginal Fine Art Gallery Information
- Open by appointment only.
How To reach Boomerang Art-aboriginal Fine Art Gallery by Public Transport
- Nearest Bus Stop: Queen Street Station
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Nice variety of works, owner was very knowledgeable about the pieces and the artists, definitely worth a visit.
Fantastic paintings and very friendly staff
Beautiful art great place to go
Exceptional pieces/ excellent artists / expansive choices / really warm and informative customer service. They go out of their way to give you an overall pleasant experience. Cannot wait for their next open day.
A great collection of aboriginal paintings, same are by Emily Pwerle and also her daughters, also non indigenous artist Bob Faulkner.