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Nomad Art specialises in limited edition prints from Australian Aboriginal Art Centres and artists from the Top End of Australia. The focus is cross-cultural collaborations between artists and master practitioners. In addition there is a range of...more
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Shop 1 3 Vickers St | Jingili NT, Darwin, Northern Territory 0820, Australia
We have been waiting for a piece of Indigenous art to catch our eye and finally found one in Nomad Art. They were helpful but not pushy, educated but not snobby and treated our little piece of art reverently.
For those not familiar with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art (such as ourselves) this gallery is a safe place where you will find genuine art and where the proceeds are being given back to the artists.
The staff were so friendly, happy to show...More
I love the work of John Wolesly and was excited to see some of his paintings included in the Nomad Fine Art Gallery collection. I would have loved to purchase some of the other artist's work, too. But when you are travelling space is a...More
Much more interesting to me than the market, I loved the textiles. Indigenous printed fabric by the meter, ( very pricy because of the effort in printing it), cushions, artwork etc. well worth a look if you would like to see what options there are...More
How wonderful! The art is of the finest quality and I return every time I am in Darwin with my work colleagues. Thank you for always making us feel welcome and sharing your knowledge of fine Aboriginal art.
Going to Nomad Art Gallery is a devine spiritual experience. The quality of their product is second to none. I like to go every time I am in Darwin to see what is new and special. I can always find plenty of gifts for family...More
Nomad Art Gallery is contemporary & modern with some excellent original Indigenous art from different Aboriginal communities.
I loved going through all the well organised collection. Unfortunately I didn't buy anything but would have loved too but I basically ran out of time.
They were taking down the exhibition we went to see. The person who showed us one or two pieces didn't know how to assemble them. But beautiful choice of artworks, well worth a visit. Prices reasonable.