The artist Elizabeth Kemarre Moreton, wife to Sandy Petyarre Hunter and daughter-in-law to Molly Pwerle, sadly passed away on 22 September 2011. Elizabeth Moreton's artworks will be removed from sale until further notice. Our deepest condolences to all her family.
Aboriginal Art sale
One of Australia's leading Aboriginal art galleries, DACOU is the acronym for Dreaming Art Centre Of Utopia and was founded by Fred Torres in 1993. Since its inception DACOU has become firmly entrenched in the contemporary Aboriginal Art world and is recognised as the leading supplier of quality Utopia art. Our gallery specialises in Aboriginal art and contemporary indigenous Aboriginal paintings from the Utopia region, located 270kms north-east of Alice Springs.
DACOU aims to share the unique beauty of Australian Aboriginal art and indigenous art as widely as possible and facilitates sales through exhibitions and our galleries. Contemporary art fans can discover the various different indigenous painting styles and buy sale items to display this inimitable form of contemporary art in their own home or office. If you are interested in browsing or purchasing aboriginal art online, take a look at the contemporary indigenous Australian items we have for sale.
Learn more about the different painting styles and the meanings behind them Grass Seed, Aknangkere Growth, My Mother's Country, Mountain Devil Dreaming, Bush Medicine Dreaming, Women's Ceremony.
Our Aboriginal artists include:
See the Aboriginal artists page for more artists.
Visit our Aboriginal art videos page on Youtube