Welcome to Kalari Art
Showcasing vibrant, modern, contemporary, authentic Aboriginal art by LaToya Kennedy (Hall).
I‘m a proud Ngunnawal and Wiradjuri woman, and I respectfully acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the traditional custodians of country and recognise their continuing connection to the land, rivers and seas. I also acknowledge and pay my respects to our Elders past, present and future ... Kalari Art acknowledges the Dharawal people, the traditional custodians of the land which it operates on 🖤💛❤️
Kalari Art is a 100% Aboriginal owned and operated small business established in 2021
specialising in vibrant, modern, contemporary, authentic Aboriginal art.
Kalari Billa is the Wiradjuri word for the Lachlan River. The Lachlan River runs through Cowra, New South Wales - the town I was born.
My name is LaToya and I'm a proud Aboriginal woman, a descendant of the Ngunnawal and Wiradjuri people of New South Wales, Australia.
I was born in a small country town, Cowra, grew up in Canberra, and now reside on beautiful Dharawal Country in Wollongong.
I'm a modern, contemporary Aboriginal artist and I paint a range of various items.
I started painting in 2017 mostly painting small custom items such as shoes, clap sticks, food platter boards, personalised lasered name signs/letters/numbers and clocks.
I have also custom painted a baby belly cast, a baby cot and I have donated several canvases to organisations for fundraising.
Currently I am painting larger commission canvases for organisations.
13 February 2023 - Unveiling of vinyl wallpaper created from a commission artwork.
20 January 2023 - Unveiling of commissioned artwork for Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).
Unveiling of commissioned artwork for launch of Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).
Unveiling of commissioned artwork for NAIDOC Week 2022.