Warnayaka Art

Rarri Street, Lajamanu, NT, 0852

Based in the Lajamanu Community, Warnayaka Art represents the Warlpiri People. Using the same repetitive process of stroke upon stroke used in body paints, the artists produce bold works using a meaningful process to express local ceremony, law and culture.

Our Artists

Policies

Shipping policy

  • We ship freight free around Australia.  We use Australia Post.
  • Artworks will be mailed requiring a signature on delivery to the delivery address you provide.
  • Because of our remote location in the NT mail can take 2 to 3 weeks to arrive.
  • All artworks are unframed.
  • If you are overseas we will provide a quote for any purchases and artworks will be sent once payments has been received.

Refund policy

  • If you’re not entirely happy with your choice, we will refund the full amount of the price you paid for artwork when we receive it back in the original condition with all the paperwork we sent with it.
  • The return postage is not paid by us.
  • You need to notify Warnayaka Art within 5 days of receiving your purchase for this to apply.

Return policy

  • If you don’t like your purchase please return it to us in the original condition and pay the postage, we will provide you with a refund for the price of the artwork you purchased.   Please ensure it is returned requiring a signature on receipt.
  • Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair takes no responsibility for the cancellation, return or exchange of any purchases made at the 2022 online Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair. All cancellations, returns or exchange requests must be directed to the Art Centre/Vendor where the purchase was made.
  • Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair takes no responsibility for any or items that appeared different to what was depicted on the 2022 online Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair website