The atmospheric home gallery Whistlewood in the rural hinterland of the Peninsula has become a popular destination for anyone interested in contemporary Aboriginal art.
Curators Susan and Emily McCulloch source Aboriginal art from more than 30 leading art centres around Australia for their exhibitions. Their open days in February and over the March long weekend show more than 100 works, while their Easter Salon + Art Parade will feature the development of colour in Aboriginal art in paintings from the eastern, southern and western desert regions.
A highlight will be the launch of works from the Indigenous Jewellery project that features contemporary jewellery and small objects in resin, wood and natural materials by 15 artists of the Pitjantjatjara lands and the Western Desert.
642 Tucks Road, Shoreham,
P: 5989 8282
Open days: February 7, March 13 & 14.
Easter Salon: March 26, 27, 28. 11am-5pm
Pictured: Metal racks provide extra display space for great range of Aboriginal art at Whistlewood