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Major Acquisitions 2022 | Recap

November 29, 2022

This year saw our represented and associate artists collected by some of the most prolific institutions our nation has to offer. It is a true privilege for us here at Onespace to contribute to the continuing success of these artists, as well as the development of leading regional and state collections.


  • Teho Ropeyarn, Ayarra (rainy season), Edition 3/5,2021
  • Sebastian Moody, Opinion Fatigue (flower mooooon), 2022
  • Sebastian Moody, Opinion Fatigue (black feather), 2022
  • Elisa Jane Carmichael, Dabiyil wunjayi (water today), 2020

Art Gallery of South Australia

  • Teho Ropeyarn, Ayarra (rainy season), Edition 1/5, 2021

Art Gallery of NSW

  • Teho Ropeyarn, Ayarra (rainy season), Edition 5/5, 2021

Brisbane City Council – Digital Art Collection

  • Sebastian Moody, Voices, 2022

City of Townsville Art Collection

  • Claudine Marzik, Ecotone, 2021

Energy Queensland

  • Teho Ropeyarn, Ulada, Edition 5/10, 2017

Maitland Regional Art Gallery

  • Elisa Jane Carmichael, Fabric of place, 2021

Mackay Regional Council

  • Tamika Grant-Iramu, Undulations, Edition 1/10, 2022
  • Ruth Cho, Crossing Over, Edition 1/5, 2021 

Moreton Bay Regional Council

  • Teho Ropeyarn, Ani, Ipi, Achah (land, water, sky), Edition 4/5, 2021

Museum of Contemporary Art

  • Elisa Jane Carmichael, a search for meaning is to absorb the abundance of beauty in nature, 2020–21 

Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art

  • Brian Robinson, I know the voices in my head aren’t real but sometimes their ideas are just absolutely awesome, Edition 2/15, 2016
  • Brian Robinson, Fisherman’s still life with Air Jordan 4’s, Edition 5/15, 2020
  • Brian Robinson, Bedhan Lag: Land of the Kaiwalagal, Edition 8/10, 2019
  • Brian Robinson, Warriors sorcerers + spirits, Edition 11/15, 2015
  • Paula Savage, All Kind Fish 2/8, 2022
  • Paula Savage, All Kind Fish 8/8, 2022  

State Library of Queensland 

  • Ruth Cho, Crossing Over, Edition 2/5, 2021

The Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery

  • Teho Ropeyarn, Ayarra (rainy season), Edition: AP, 2021

The Queensland Children’s Hospital 

  • Fiona Elisala Mosby, Misty Morning, 2022
  • Michael Boiyool Anning, Mugaru (handheld fish net), 2021
  • Samuel Tupou, Atamai and the expanding multiverse, Edition 2/10, 2020

University of Melbourne

  • Tamika Grant-Iramu, Carving Country II, 2021
  • Tamika Grant-Iramu, Complex Ecologies II, 2021
  • Tamika Grant-Iramu, Complex Ecologies III, 2021

University of New South Wales Art Collection

  • Teho Ropeyarn, Ipi (water, rain), Edition 2/5, 2021
  • Teho Ropeyarn, We see country different, Edition 3/20, 2022
  • Teho Ropeyarn, Them lily grow everywhere collecting rainwater, 2/20, 2022

For collectors

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of Country throughout Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters, culture, and community. We pay our respects to Elders past and present.