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JA Gapu IX 13/30

Julie Ashley

Limited Edition Etching

20cm x 49cm


Gapu Series IX is the latest in Djilpin’s 10 year printmaking collaboration with Basil Hall. Julie’s print was created one tching plate with natural materials and is a Limited Edition of just 30 prints.

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Djilpin Arts

Djilpin Arts is a community-owned, not-for-profit organisation based in the remote Indigenous community of Beswick/Wugularr, Northern Territory. Established in 2002, by the late actor and musician Balang T.E. Lewis, Djilpin Arts works to maintain, develop and promote local art and culture.

Working on country with kin and culture, across generations, our activities are rich in spirit, bringing healing to the community and linking traditional knowledge with modern enterprise.

Djilpin Arts is a place where visitors can engage with local people and artists, learn about traditional life and culture, browse and buy artworks, stay in our award-winning accommodation or experience seasonal cultural events, tours and immersions.

Ghunmarn Culture Centre is the heart of the Djilpin Arts, located in our cultural precinct in the centre of Beswick community.

Visit the treasured Blanasi Collection, a permanent showcase of culturally significant art works in the West Arnhem painting style and curated by late Elder and dijeridu master, David Blanasi. There is no admission fee to the Museum and you can take an interactive IPad tour to learn about the artists and their work. Local guides are available to take you through this stunning community-owned Collection.

Ghunmarn also features a retail gallery, where you can browse and purchase local art including traditional pandanus weaving, fine prints, hand cut dijeridus, carvings jewellery and our contemporary textiles range.

Choosing to buy authentic works direct from community enterprises like Djilpin Arts is a great way to support remote Indigenous artists and their families.

Open 9am to 4pm weekdays or by appointment.

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Shipping Policy

We will ship by Express Post from Katherine NT on Tuesday 18th August. All artwork prices listed INCLUDE $15 for Express Shipping within Australia

Refund Policy

Send it back to us in good nick and we will refund. Return postage is your cost.

Cancellation / Return / Exchange Policy

  • Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair Foundation takes no responsibility for the cancellation, return or exchange of any purchases made at the 2020 online Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair. All cancellations, returns or exchange requests must be directed to the Art Centre where the purchase was made.
  • Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair Foundation takes no responsibility for any or items that appeared different to what was depicted on the 2020 online Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair website.