Yamaji Art is a 100% Aboriginal owned art centre servicing the Lower Murchison region of the Mid West of WA. Based in a coastal regional city, it services the surrounding regions and works with artists from or residing in Yamaji country.
As a contemporary, urban-based art centre it represents artists from more than five cultural groups. The artwork is a celebration of this broad diversity, showcasing a range of styles.
As an emerging art centre it is wholly inclusive of artists, from those just starting out to established and sought after professional artists.
"I paint about places that are special to me and my family
in the Murchison."
- Olive Boddington, senior artist
Yamaji Art is located in the Bill Sewell Complex in
Campbell house, corner of Bayley Street and Chapman Road,
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