IartC acknowledges the Traditional Owners and custodians of Country throughout Australia. We recognise their continuing connection to the land, waters and skies, often expressed through art.

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Dreamtime Kullilla-Art

Gubbi Gubbi Country | Clontarf QLD

Dreamtime Kullilla-Art is a 100% Aboriginal family-owned Art Gallery and Retailer of an extensive range of authentic Aboriginal artwork and merchandise, available online and in our Redcliffe store. The Art Gallery showcases the work of business owner Michael J. Connolly and other renowned Aboriginal artists. Michael takes inspiration from the ancient Aboriginal Dreamtime stories and his Aboriginal heritage, bringing this to life in Dreamtime Kullilla-Art, a tribute to his ancestors, the Kullilli People from far SW Queensland & Muruwari People of far west NSW. The Retail Store provides a unique shopping experience with a visual feast of vibrant, culturally significant Aboriginal designs in various formats. Some of the products we stock are Aboriginal artwork, handcrafted artefacts, homewares, gifts, apparel, jewellery, stationery, and bush tucker. Our customers also shop with the confidence that any purchase they make is authentic in origin and will benefit the Aboriginal designers. That’s because every purchase made at Dreamtime Kullilla-Art is backed by the owner’s guarantee the range has been curated for cultural authenticity, and every Aboriginal designer’s work featured is recognised through royalty-paid licenses.


Aaron Eastment

Wurundjeri | Reservoir VIC

Aaron Eastment is an Indigenous artist of Wiradjuri Country and Mabuiag Island (Torres Strait Islands) heritage. Aaron loves to play with balance and depth, and this is often reflected by using symmetrical patterns and flashes of metallic colours. His proud heritage has given him a deep appreciation for the land and seas of his family and ancestors, which provide inspiration for his work. Natural landscapes, as well as seascapes and the night sky play an integral role in his creative process.


Lee Townsend

Wingham NSW

I am a Warmuli Women from the Dharug Nation, born and raised on Country. Growing, learning, and becoming a mother on country. As I got older, I travelled to different places within Australia and loved to take photography’s. That love led me to drawing, I have drawn over three hundred imagers in the last decade. It’s how I find myself and share other people’s stories in my collection. As I draw, I understand that I am the vessel for this story and that it belongs to someone else. When we meet and you share your story it is likely that you are bringing to life a piece that I was blessed with. Being the holder of these imagers has been wonderful but finding the owner is what I really love. Feel free to contact me and tell me your story and I can see if I am the holder of your image. Take care and dream your story into being.


Telina Foote


Im a proud Palawa woman who uses art to educate.


Renai Mouton

Kambuwal / Githabul | QLD

Muddy Water Studio (MWS) is Renai’s ode to beauty. Inspired by her heritage, the inland waters of NSW and the beauty of life the water brings, the Lotus flower growing in the murky mud, as well as one of her favorite mediums, stoneware clay. Renai’s creative expression is an exploration of her cultural identity and place in the world. From the Pagan rhythms of Scotland to 65,000+ years of Aboriginal Australia. Honouring her heritage through love of Country; the colours, energy, history and beauty of place, experimenting with different mediums and techniques to bring ideas to life.


Sarah Levett


As a proud Wiradjuri and Gundungurra yinaa ‘woman’, I have a unique connection to the land and culture that inspires my work as an artist. I have been creating art and storytelling while travelling and living in my van, drawing inspiration from country and the people I encounter. My style is a blend of contemporary and traditional art, and I am always pushing the boundaries of what is possible with my creativity and talent.

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