Aboriginal Art Auction

  • Open: Friday 21 Aug. 2020, 5pm AEST
  • Close: Sunday 20 Sept. 2020, 5pm AEST

We are delighted to be auctioning a collection of incredible Aboriginal art works.  The art has been kindly donated by Yanda Aboriginal Art.

100% of the proceeds from the art auction will go to the Charlie Teo Foundation funding brain cancer research.

Please visit our online auction to see the artwork on offer and make your bid.

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“Tali-Many Sandhills”, 2018.  Artist: Eileen Napaltjarri.  Copyright: The Artist

All artwork comes with an original Certificate of Authenticity from Yanda Aboriginal Art as well as an Insurance Valuation which is valid for your home insurance policy.  This free service has been kindly donated by Brenda Colahan Fine Art (Independent Valuer).

We are offering FREE shipping on all art works.  The art will be professionally wrapped, packaged and sent anywhere in the world.

This is an input taxed fundraising event and as such there will be no GST / Tax added to final bid amount.

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands where we work and live.  We celebrate the diversity of Aboriginal peoples and their ongoing cultures and connections to the lands and waters of Australia.

We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging and acknowledge the Aboriginal people that contributed to the development of this auction of works.

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Yanda Aboriginal Art was founded in 1997 by Mr Christopher Simon OAM. Yanda are western desert art specialists located in Alice Springs, Australia, and a proud member of the Aboriginal Art Association of Australia. Yanda forge very close and long term relationships with their artists who are ethically remunerated. Read more about Yanda and their artists: yandaaboriginalart.com.au

Prof. Charlie Teo was introduced to Christopher Simon in 2019 by Matthew Strawbridge, the business owner of Office National Town & Country.  Matthew, a long time friend and supporter of Charlie, was hosting a fundraising gala dinner in Alice Springs to raise funds for the Charlie Teo Foundation.  Whilst in Alice Springs, Charlie had the privilege of visiting the Yanda Art Centre and meeting Christopher as well as some of the artists whose artwork is up for sale in this auction.