Reggie Sultan - 108x70cm - Indooroopilly Shop


Size: 108cm x 70cm ( 42" x 27" 
Medium: 100% hand painted acrylic painting on Canvas
Frame: Ready to Hang (Gallery wrapped on a wooden bar ) with Tasmanian Oak Floating Frame, Black Floating Frame, and White Floating Frame  ( 40mm high and 10mm wide). 

This aboriginal art is 100% hand painted by Reggie Sultan.

About The Artist
Born: Alice Springs 1955
Area: Barrow Creek
Skin Name: Apengarte

Reggie Sultan Apengarte a Kaytja Aboriginal artist from Barrow Creek, ~280 km north of Alice Springs . He was born in 1955, and resides in Darwin these days. Reggie’s expertise includes:
Exhibiting artist
Cultural image design
Publishing history
Art by commission

Reggie is a well renowned painter who has dabbled in print making over the years. He has already exhibited nationally and has a published biography called ‘An Uncontrollable Child’. Reggie has also illustrated and written the published childrens’ book ‘The Seven Sisters’.

History as artist
Reggie Sultan has been a professional artist since 1985. He began painting as a young child while attending the Alice Springs Convent School. His greatest artistic influences came from watching older artists painting in Chinaman’s Creek and the Todd River. Before 1985, Reggie worked on the land as a station hand and fencer. He began with landscape painting in a “Namatjira” style, depicting scenes from around his home town, and sold his first painting at the mission block store. Then experimenting with traditional dot painting style, he began telling his own personal stories of life in his mother’s country in Central Australia, around Barrow Creek and Neutral Junction Station.

Unique style
More recently, Reggie has developed his own ‘action painting’ style to tell stories of Country. This individual speckled colour background effect is achieved by using leaves. A wide range of colours are used – particularly the yellows and reds on black background, referring the ochres of the earth or the flames of bushfires. Some of the larger more elaborate paintings can take months to come to full completion.

The past few years has seen Reggie’s work earning rapidly increased recognition and exposure. Since Reggie’s move to Darwin he has participated in national Aboriginal art awards several times. Works have been bought by locals, tourists, galleries, roadhouses and art collectors from overseas and interstate.

Original Aboriginal Australian Art
By buying locally it allows us to support, promote and offer a steady income to our skilled artists.


About the artist

Fantastic Framing is so Proud to collaborate with Aboriginal Australian artists Numina Sisters: Caroline, Lanita, Sharon, and Selina Numina Napanangka.

Numina Sisters traditional country is in Central Australia on Anmatyerre lands, and are now based in Darwin. They are Anmatyerre speakers and grew up on Stirling Station located between Alice Springs and Tennant Creek.
Numina Sisters are talented group of artists that have painted a range of stories around Emu Dreaming, Water Dreaming, Bush Medicine plants that harvested on country and Dingo Dreaming stories.
All these artworks are using fairly cultural stories and traditional references. The style varies between the sister artists from very fine dot work using tonal effects through to very bold line structures with the use of deep blues and aqua colours.
The artworks seem to capture the rhythm of the land. It's a combination of different scale and different sized marks created by each of the artists. The result is a wonderful selection of traditional stories told with a contemporary feel.

It's the artists' use of colour that takes these paintings into the realm of contemporary art. They achieve this while maintaining strong references, emotions and subject matter from their traditional culture. We continue to see the traditional symbols that are shared by desert people across a large section of Australia’s Central Desert.

Original Aboriginal Australian Art

By buying locally it allows us to support, promote and offer a steady income to our skilled artists.


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