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Derby's Norval Gallery is run by a Kimberley artist husband and wife team Mark and Mary Norval. The gallery showcases their own insightful work as well as many other artists from the amazing Kimberley region of Western Australia. All of the artists...more
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
1 Sutherland St, Derby, Western Australia 6728, Australia
All reviews local artists for sale on display private collection his wife well worth the visit high quality personal collection met mark indigenous community a real gem share his knowledge aboriginal artwork incredible art prices are very reasonable wonderful display young artists
Artists were at work out front, the gallery was full of amazing artwork, the short video was excellent & told us a lot about Mark & Mary Norval’s connection to Derby & the gallery. Mark generously signed & added a drawing to the book we...More
What a great place to see loved it. We saw some amazing artwork and msy one of the artists whose paintings were just beautiful. So much talent out there. The people working there were very informative. Amazing place.
From the moment I walked into this gallery I was overwhelmed by the beauty of the art and what it was portraying, absolutely breath taking. Mark Norval is an exceptional artist and person. A must visit when in Derby.
I am not an artist, but to see the paintings being done in this Gallery is amazing. The Norval husband and wife team are truly supporting the Derby and surrounding areas indigenous people and their culture, while also putting Derby on the map.
What an eye opening gallery and what amazing people Mark, Mary and Ruby are.
Not only is the visual art absolutely stunning, but the entire story to watch on video is captivating. Mark has done so much good with teaching and encouraging artists, but it’s...More
If you are interested in aboriginal art as well as art in general, then this is a MUST SEE.
We were blown away by the exhibits and the genuine feeling and effort that has gone into the art works that are displayed in this unique...More