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The Artery Contemporary Aboriginal Art Gallery supports Indigenous focused charities
Here at The Artery we think it's important to give back to those communities who help us do what we do. And whilst we are a private company, we have a not for profit philosophy.
Thanks to the generosity of our customers, we were able to donate over $7000 to the Jimmy Little Foundation (JLF) in 2012.
This year we have shifted our focus to supporting World Vision's Indigenous programs and have decided to donate a part of each painting sale which is over the value of $500. This ensures that our customers can see that their purchase has an actual contribution value. This year we aim to raise over $20,000 for World Vision's Indigenous programs.
Our business principles are Ethical – Contemporary – Affordable. Our goal is to offer the highest quality and best selection of Aboriginal art at fair and affordable prices.
Since opening in 2005, we have become specialists in affordable Contemporary Aboriginal Art.
It is our appreciation and commitment that has seen thousands of artworks go to individuals and businesses for use in their homes, offices, corporate spaces, hospitals and hotels.
We welcome you to our gallery, whether you visit us in person or online. We look forward to helping you find the perfect painting, be it a birthday, engagement, wedding, corporate gift, or something special just for you.
Our website is an integral part of our business and is updated daily. We have made sure the website, like the gallery is easy to navigate and all the information is right there for you, including price, size and information about the artist.
Alesha Glennon B.Des (Int) Hons
A driven and devoted business woman, Alesha established The Artery in 2005 following her passion for Aboriginal art. She has always felt - “you only get one life so you might as well enjoy what you do”.
Alesha has built the reputation of The Artery off the back of her genuine interest and great appreciation for Indigenous Australian art and culture.
Kate Limbach B.FA (Photomedia)
Coming from an Interior Design background, Kate has grown and flourished in the Arts sector through her studies at the distinguished College Of Fine Arts, and has cultivated her knowledge in the Visual Arts sector as well as the Indigenous Arts sector.
Leah Evans B.VA (Photomedia) MMuseumStud
Leah became part of The Artery team in 2011, bringing with her highly developed gallery administration skills. Leah studied at the prestigous University of Sydney and obtained her Bachelor of Fine Arts with a Masters in Museum Studies. She has learnt a great deal about our Indigenous culture since joining our team and loves to chat to any customer willing to listen. Leah's growing appreciation and passion for Aboriginal art is evident.
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