Do you ship internationally/ how are your packages sent?
Yes, we have sent Ikuntji artwork to almost every corner of the world and regularly make the 3 hour trip from our home in Haast Bluff to our closest post office. Depending on the size of the package and destination, we will ship via Australia Post or Startrack. We take care in safety wrapping every piece of artwork for shipping. All packages are sent with signature required on arrival and tracking details.
Do I get any documentation with the artwork that I purchase? And what kind of documentation?
Yes, you get a Certificate of Authenticity showing an image of the artwork, artwork code and the story depicted if supplied. This is sent automatically with every artwork as a digital copy to your chosen email.
I have lost my documentation. Can I get a replacement?
Yes, we can issue you with a new Certificate of Authenticity. This costs $55 per new Certificate of Authenticity.
I bought an artwork by Ikuntji Artists many years ago and would like to get it valued. Would you value artworks?
Ikuntji Artists is not a licensed valuer. Please contact a licensed valuer, such as Sothebys or Bonhams and Goodmans for a proper valuation of your artwork.
Are artworks sold stretched or framed?
All artworks are quoted and sold on an unstretched basis expect for those noted as pre-stretched (30cm x 30cm). Upon request we can sell artworks stretched/framed, this will incur an additional fee and you should reach out for any additional questions – firstname.lastname@example.org
Can I visit Ikuntji Artists and how do I get there?
Yes, you can visit the art centre and meet some artists at work. Please refer to our Contact page for contact details and a map. Due to the continuing covid pandemic it’s best to contacting us prior to your trip.
Can I volunteer at Ikuntji Artists?
Yes, have a look at our volunteer and intern testimonials. For enquiries please send a message through our contact form. We are always looking for volunteers with expertise in a variety of fields.