My name is David Dunn; My Aboriginal name is Gaagang. Born in 1964. I am Wiradjuri. I come from a small town 50 miles west of Dubbo called Trangie (in Aboriginal this means” quick”, “intercourse”). I use my own style. I was told by an Elder from the Warburton community to paint what you feel not what you see, so I paint from the heart and from the memories of my childhood. Our family’s totem is the emu and I have been told I have an extremely strong sense of Spirit and Family.

The paintings are 100% authentic by a very talented aboriginal artist. David’s art is very in style around the world with contemporary and traditional style paintings. David’s art speaks for it self and will make a great investment in the future. Signed ‘ David Dunn ‘ all paintings come with a certificate of Authenticity.


1986 Bomalia art gallery Sydney 1st exhibition 1998 to 2004 Allenwoods Art Gallery (NSW)2000 to 2002 The Shoalhaven Art Gallery (NSW) 2002 Huskison Art Gallery (NSW) 2002 Display Art in Gallery Wandandion South Coast 2002 Display Art in Gallery The Great warrior in Berry South Coast of NSW Dubbo Civic Centre Goulburn Westpac Bank Sydney exhibition in Sydney Parliament House. Organized by the member for Wollongong, Colin Markum. Nowra (various venues) Nowra TAFE Wollongong city Gallery (two exhibitions) West Pac Bank Nowra Goulburn Oolong house exhibitions ,The Rainbow Serpent Rose Bay, Painting at Dingo Discovery Centre, Toolern Vale Victoria 3337, Also two Pallingang tours with Wollongong. In demand by art collectors around the world: Canada, UK, USA, Japan, Germany, Holland, Denmark, Hong Kong, Philippines, Singapore, Greece, Ireland, Austria, Belgium, Malaysia, New Zealand, Sweden, France, China, India, Italy, France, China, Japan, Switzerland, etc.