Beautiful Aboriginal Art Greeting Cards
If you're in search of Aboriginal art cards for any occasion, look no further. Our selection features a range of beautiful, unique representations of animals like the platypus and kookaburra, as well as other aspects of indigenous nature.
These make for a special greeting to send to friends and family for any occasion, or a stunning addition to your art collection. What sets Ngarga Warendj apart is our commitment to promoting Aboriginal artists and celebrating aboriginal culture through their products.
Not only will you be able to enjoy stunning Aboriginal art card designs, but you'll also be supporting indigenous creators. When it comes to Aboriginal greeting cards, our stunning selection is truly one-of-a-kind.
A Thoughtful Gift: Our Aboriginal Art Cards
Here at Ngarga Warendj, we pride ourselves on our beautiful and unique selection of indigenous greeting cards. Each card is carefully printed with high-quality art on thick, durable paper, ensuring it will stand the test of time as a treasured keepsake.
Our art cards in Australia feature artwork from talented indigenous artists, showcasing diverse and vibrant designs. Plus, with every purchase, you are supporting an Aboriginal family business. When it comes to art card printing and finding the perfect indigenous greeting card for any occasion, look no further than Ngarga Warendj.
Our Children’s Future, Our Culture, Your Culture
The unique designs featured on Ngarga Warendj Aboriginal art cards in Australia are created by Indigenous artist Mick Ngarga. Drawing inspiration from his South Eastern Aboriginal heritage, Mick captures traditional symbols and stories through his artwork.
Each card features a distinctive design that is printed onto high-quality paper, ensuring a product of exceptional quality. These cards are made in Gippsland, Victoria, supporting regional and Aboriginal businesses in Australia.
Whether you're sending a message of goodwill, need a card to accompany giftware or simply looking for stunning artwork to display, our cards happily combine function and cultural celebration.
A message from our founder and resident artist Mick:
‘Aboriginal art in Victoria is unique in its symbolism. It links with our stories and songlines like fingers reaching out to other areas of Australia.
‘We encourage our children to express their creative minds to keep culture alive for the future.
‘When I create something I express my cultural integrity in place, be respectful of interpretation of my culture, and try to share my story as a Taungwurrung Kulin (Aboriginal man from my traditional country).
‘We are the first peoples of this land and have an ongoing responsibility to keep our culture alive and relevant in our current society. We belong to this land.’