"The dream was always the same - to promote Aboriginal Art to the world in the most respectful and ethical manner that is fair to both the artist and our clients alike.
The birth of Dreamtime Art has allowed us to establish rare, long-term and healthy relationships with artists and their families.
We strive to gain the trust and loyalty of our clients and this plays a major role in the development of great partnerships and ongoing relationships with them.
Dreamtime Art allows Local and International clients direct access to authentic and original Aboriginal Art through our online gallery and consultations.
We travel to the Desert Lands of Central Australia to be able to reach artists whom only a handful of other passionate Aboriginal Art dealers and Art Centres can deliver.
Our studio in Alice Springs is always open for artists who are in town to visit, create and even share meals together.
Our relationship with the artists transcends the barriers of artist and dealer. We have been invited many times by great artists like Michael Nelson Tjakamarra, Ngoia Pollard Napaltjarri, Judy Watson Napangardi and Dorothy Napangardi to see the communities and to be shown first-hand the land to which many of the Dreamings relate and learn the traditional hunting and gathering ways."
- Matthew and Fatima Everitt - Dreamtime Art Team
"I am a member of the Taungurung Clans in Victoria. I hold my Aboriginal background close to my heart. I've always had a strong desire assist in the development of Indigenous community and cultural values for both Indigenous and Urban Australia. Promoting Aboriginal Art to mainstream Australia and to the rest of the world fills me with pride. It gives me a sense of purpose and completion. I know that the contribution Dreamtime Art gives to the artists and their communities is invaluable. Through my ethical ways and treating others the same way I would want to be treated, I will make my fellow Aboriginals proud."
- Matthew Everitt