Kintore Women's Group Story

About our Artwork

The work of the Papunya Tula artists is highly regarded. The high
standard of the work and its unmistakable and powerful style has
resulted in the Papunya Tula artists being represented in most public
galleries, major museums, institutions and many large private
collections within Australia as well as overseas.

Featured Artworks

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History of Papunya Tula

The Papunya Tula Art Movement began in 1971 when a school teacher, Geoffrey Bardon, encouraged some of the men to paint a blank school wall. The murals sparked off tremendous interest in the community and soon many men started painting. In 1972 the artists successfully established their own company.

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