Naomi Grant     Contemporary Indigenous Australian Artist

Naomi is a Contemporary Indigenous Australian Artist, a descendant of the Wiradjuri people of central New South Wales. She was born in Sydney but has made her home in Perth, for the past 40 years.

Since 2000 Naomi has won over 19 awards, including the $10,000 Hawkesbury Art Award. Her successful career as a practicing artist and designer, spans the past 38 years. She graduated from Curtin University of WA with a BA in Design. Her career ranges from being self -employed as an artist, textile designer, senior designer at Canning Vale Weaving Mills, teaching art in Bangkok and promotional manager of Kurongkurl Katitjin, School of Indigenous Australian Studies at Edith Cowan University, Perth.

Her Indigenous heritage brings a blend of the contemporary and mysterious together in many of her works. Colour and beauty are strong inspirational elements that help mould each painting. Often these ideas spring from dreams, visions and memories of her travels. Naomi’s equally comfortable with traditional scenes, through to a more contemporary blending of realism and Indigenous imagery.

In the last 14 years Naomi’s focus has been in acrylics and collage. She has developed a technique of using layers of coloured tissue paper under and over the painted surface. This gives the surface a three dimensional textural quality.

“I am very interested in the surface feel and the layering effect that helps create more than one perception of the image. I am very interested in pattern and design and I enjoy creating a design within the landscape. My works have an abstract element to them, with some still suggesting the literal image. I like this combination where the viewer can see different aspects and perspectives within the work”

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Links to Galleries displaying my work.

Maalinup Art Gallery.

Monet Art Gallery

Effects Picture Framing


Customer Testimonials

Thanks Naomi for painting the water lilies painting for me.  The lovely blue tones of the water  and the pink lilies with the flashes of orange  goldfish make the painting a delight to look at. The raised texture of the painting adds a depth to the overall effect which we just love. I always seem to find find something new and of interest in the picture every time I look at it. Congratulations on doing an outstanding commission for me, I am  really thrilled with the finished painting."


Krishna Heffernan Brisbane  Qld. Australia

It is with a great sense of privilege and with enormous pride that I recently acquired the Naomi Grant painting – “Treetop Totems.” I have always admired Naomi’s paintings and have observed with a keen eye her skill in applying a number of mediums to suit the composition, colour and texture of a variety of different pieces. I am thrilled by her avid adherence to not being particularly categorized as a painter, collagist, printer or sketcher. She is simply “Naomi” the accomplished artist. It is particularly her integration of Indigenous and experimental techniques, her presentation of dream-time and reality, her interpretation of tradition and flamboyance that have endeared her to me as my absolute favourite artist. I adore my painting and shall always treasure the knowledge that there is a little bit of the evolutionary artist resident right in my own home!

Kathy Grosvenor .Perth WA Australia

Boab Beauties. Acrylic and collage

purchased by the City of Swan Perth WA.

Judges Comments

The piece expresses a connection to earth and Indigenous culture. A beautiful use of vibrant colours. The Boab has the form of woman , mother and protector, and its interesting to see its form in other works in this exhibition. Boab Beauties should be housed somewhere public for people to really enjoy.

After visiting New Zealand last year and loving the greenery of the land, your painting “Volcanic Pallet” which I am very proud to be the owner of, is a moment in time created beautifully by you.  It is also a great conversation piece for when friends visit with regards the medium of tissue paper you use.  Fantastic and well done.

Deidre Cole   Perth WA.

"Tree of Love" is a joyous explosion of spring colour revealing a wilder side to Naomi's work. The scenario is undeniable and Naomi's masterful use of colour revels in carefree abandon. I love this painting - it has pride of place in my home and is both beautiful and uplifting. Thanks, Naomi!

Chris Carrigg Perth WA

I have recently finished home renovations and making a most glorious impact on my new walls are three spectacular pieces from Naomi’s Artworks Collection - Yallingup Beach, Floating Hibiscus and Night Window. The vibrant colours exactly suit me and I have, now, purposely chosen my decor to tone to the artworks.  I am proud of owning Naomi’s work and fluff my feathers each day when I look at them.  Well done, Naomi, and thank you for colouring my world. 

Deidre Cole.  Perth WA

We are extremely pleased and honoured to own two works of the talented artist "Naomi Grant",  "Last Vines" and "Caught in the Flow". 

These paintings have pride of place in our living areas and are the focal point of our decor and lighting. The colours and textural techniques bring the paintings to life, evoking thoughts of movement and sound in the scene. Thank you Naomi for your talent and generosity shown in your works.

Kate Green Perth WA

I bought Submerged Reflections 1 and 2 and they are absolutely gorgeous.  A stunning accessory to any house, they lift the vibe of my whole room with their beautiful colours and patterns. I enjoy looking at them every time I walk into the room. I can’t wait to fill my house with more of these fabulous pieces from Naomi's Collection.

Carlie Mills, 

Extremely happy customer and adoring fan. Perth WA

I am very excited about purchasing my first piece of Art,

“Across the Swan” on Sunday.

First time ever a painting has

spoken to me. I love it!

Collette Barbour. Perth WA

As a visiting UK resident, I have been an admirer of Naomi’s work since I first saw it in a gallery outside Perth several years ago. Her wonderful use of colours, combined with her storytelling of the Australian landscape and amazing use of different techniques, makes for truly wonderful and unique pieces and, not only am I now the proud owner of one, but have also commissioned her to do other pieces. I have no doubt more of Naomi’s work will hang in both my Australian and UK homes in the future. I thank her for her work up to now and look forward to what I am sure will be an exciting future for her art.

  1. M.Burton. Perth WA.

"In 2012 Naomi held an art exhibition "Season of Bloom and Brilliance" at

the Western Australia Club and through that I was introduced to Naomi's

work, for which I will always be grateful. I have now purchased three of

Naomi's paintings "Bush Magic", "Wattle" and "Splendid Country".  They speak

to me of the Australian bush which I love so much. The bush compositions

with strong acrylic paint colour and collage effect make for a true visual

feast and bring so much pleasure each time I look at them"  

C. Davenport. Perth WA


Monthly Feature Painting

Art House Coffee Table Art Book .

Looking for an interesting present for someone who has everything, or a great conversation piece on your coffee table ?

2015 Coffee Table Art Book.

A stunning collection of  artworks!

Now available for $69

This lovely book collates my 2014 body of work. There are 19 paintings in this collection. Book size is 22 x 29 cm.


If you like to purchase one, simple click the  buy now  above and I will email you regarding direct debit payment.

  Postcard Paintings

Please note that all images and works are protected by copyright. No image or part image can be used, copied or appropriated in any way, without the direct written consent of the artist.

Paintings in this years’ collection are:

Lightstream, Stripping the Land, Forgotten Land, Aerial Shimmer, Overland, Blue Wren, Rocky Outcrop, Ashes to Ashes, Standing Tall, Catching the Light, Sparkle, Reflective Stance, Morning Light, DNA of Cellular Memory, Elusive Light, In the Shallows, Liquid Gold, Golden Pond, Rain Dance,

All the above paintings can be viewed on the sold or for sale pages of my website

Coffee Table Art Book 2015

Swan Valley Vines Acrylic and Collage 95 x 240 cm

Purchase your set of 10 unique paintings with my postcard collection.

10 Individual Paintings.

High quality luxe heavyweight postcards.

Comes with envelopes.

Frame them ! Gift them ! Keep them for yourself ! Make great Christmas presents or a gift card that someone will keep!


Hit buy now button and send me your purchase enquiry.

$65 for set of 10 or $7 per card Aus$. plus postage.

Paintings in the set are

               Aerial Shimmer                                                           Forgotten Land                                                                          Overland

              Exposed                                                  Shadow Play                                         Maggie’s Waiting                                               Tidal

                    Sparkle                                                                      Mystic Pool Yallingup                                                              Tranquil Vortex

I’m exceptional thrilled to announce I have won the Aboriginal Artist section at the Blacktown Art Awards 2017 in Sydney with my painting

Dad’s Country. Acrylic and Collage 100 x140 cm.

Judges Comments

The judges chose Dad’s Country As the Aboriginal prize winner for 2017 for the distinct metaphoric combination of Western agriculture and Indigenous mark making. The judges commended the contemporary style to blend Indigenous painting techniques and the Western landscape tradition to create a “fresh take” on an abstract painting.