Ninbella hosts a superb collection of award-winning, contemporary art.
Specialising in ethical and fair trade Authentic Australian Aboriginal Art from the Western and Central Desert regions, the gallery is also home to a collection of alternative local artists, mid-century Italian designer furniture, chandeliers, lamps, and cultural giftware.
Ninbella works with fair trade organisations as well wholly owned Aboriginal community art centres and artists from the Central Australian Desert including, Tjanpi, Ampilatwatja, Yuendumu and Mutitjulu.
We represent highly sought-after world class works by accomplished and award-winning artists, indigenous and non-indigenous,
Emily Kngwarreye, Ronnie Tjampinjinpa, Thancoupie, Makinti Napanangka,
Willy Tjungurrayi, Naata Nungurrayi, Kurun Warun, Minnie Pwerle, Gabriella and Michelle Possum Nungurrayi.
We represent artists who are descendants from the Kamilaroi, Guntijamara, Dharawal, Anangu, Pitjantjatjara, Yankunytjatjara, Arrernte, Warumungu people..
We represent locals Lae Oldmeadow, an extraordinarily talented genius who creates artwork | sculptures | organic forms absolutely unique in our modern world, and much loved and well collected artists Hilary Herrmann,
Vlad Kolas, Beryl Miles and Susan Joyce.
Ninbella is proud to be a portal for young local talented emerging aboriginal artists: Mel Ladkin, Kate Constantine and the young boys from the "Toys Change Lives" project.
Ninbella is a member of the Fair-Trade Association of Australia and New Zealand. Our main partner/supplier Better World Arts is an accredited member. To be a member, is to go through an accreditation process that is transparent and assures the FTAANZ that we are following the 10 principles of Fair Trade. Many of our suppliers are also endorsed by other Fair-Trade bodies.