Spirit Gallery has received over 40 new pieces from the Warlukurlangu Artists of Yuendumu this week, and all our now available online and in store.
Warlukurlangu Artists is one of the longest running and most successful Aboriginal owned art centres in Central Australia. It has a national and international profile and its art has been featured in hundreds of exhibitions and publications in Australia and around the world.
Warlukurlangu means ‘belonging to fire’ in the local language, Warlpiri, and is named after a fire dreaming site west of Yuendumu.
Spirit Gallery has been working closely with the Warlukurlangu Artists for over a decade now and is proud to continue showcasing their works locally and abroad.
They are not Branded Omeara didgeridoos however, these didgeridoos have been personally selected from bulk didgeridoo manufacturers in Australia and then reworked by Tristan to have a good sound and playing quality suitable for beginners to learn on.
They are all genuine termite hollowed Australian eucalyptus didgeridoos and come with a “Camphor laurel” or “Acacia black-wood” mouthpiece or black beeswax mouthpiece and are ﬁnished with the highest quality epoxy resin.
A fine maker, player and performer these are some of our most popular didges and they are going out the door as quickly as we can bring them in!
We are very happy that Tristan continues to choose Spirit Gallery as his primary didgeridoo outlet and only Australian outlet.
Spirit Gallery will be reopening its physical store Friday 5th June with altered trading hours.
We will initially be trading Thursday to Sunday 10am-5pm, for the remainder of June with the view to extending the trading days/hours early July.
As always there will be a didgeridoo ( sometimes 2!!) experts in store and plenty of beautiful Aboriginal Arts and Crafts to view.
It has been a testing time for many businesses in the Rocks and we are greatly appreciative for the opportunity to reopen our doors and continue to support the dozens of artists and craftsmen that have chosen Spirit Gallery to showcase their works.
So why not come down and visit us!! As always, any questions, queries, feedback, requests feel free to drop us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 61 (2) 92475961 and we will do our best to help you.
We are also visiting the gallery each day for short periods so any more complex didgeridoo questions and sound evaluations and/or any further product enquiries will also be dealt with in a quick and timely manner.
Please forward all enquiries to email@example.com or visit our contact page and you will receive a prompt reply.
We are also offering you a 10% discount on all online purchases for the month of April – just use the coupon code april10 at the final stage of the checkout
That is a generous 20% discount for international customers who already have the 10% sales tax automatically deducted when they enter a non-Australian delivery address.
It has been a bit of a wait but some new O’Meara Didgeridoos have landed. A fine maker, player and performer these are some of our most popular didges and they are going out the door as quickly as we can bring them in!
5 new immaculately crafted didgeridoos of the highest standard with another 5 on the way this week.
Also uploaded to our YouTube channel is a new video showing Tristan’s Didgeridoo journey and his crafting techniques and philosophy. Check it out below
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The O’meara Didgeridoos have been so popular lately that he hasn’t been able to keep up with our demands…but we finally have a few.
In the next few days we will be uploading some new didgeridoos from Tristan O’meara, including some high end instruments finished with a beautiful ebony wood mouthpiece.
We are also pleased to announce the arrival of some new CrookedStixz Didgeridoos. Beautifully crafted and finished, these didgeridoos will make a perfect addition to any collection.
We now have almost 200 didgeridoos online. The biggest didgeridoo collection online – by far! A range of prices, styles and keys to suit players of all levels.
We also have new didgeridoos from Wix Stix, Eugene Goolagong and Aboriginal husband and wife team Trevor and Olivia Peckham. Some lovely flared gloss didgeridoos will also be uploaded in the next couple of days.
After a long wait we are pleased to announce the arrival of some new Earl Clements didgeridoos. Beautifully painted in the classic Western Arnhem Land style these didgeridoos will make a perfect addition to any collection. In the coming weeks we will also be receiving some new artworks on canvas from Earl.