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Welcome to our website, my name is Wayne McGinness. I am the owner and operator of Aboriginal Steel Art or ASA. Along side my wife Lucy, we run our art business from a small town called Kuranda which is situated in the rainforest of North Queensland, Australia.

Our business is a contemporary art supplier which specialises in Corporate gifts, Fine art and Awards and Trophies. All of our artwork is created in marine grade stainless steel and are all ASA owned designs. Drawing on my family heritage of both Aboriginal Australian and Torres Strait Islander, we supply artwork that as we like to say, “blends tradition with technology.”

When supplying corporate gifts, we can create a piece or many pieces either from an existing range or something exclusive to represent your company or organisation. From desk ornaments to business card holders and hand painted boxes.

Our Awards and trophies can also be designed to suit your organisation or occassion. We can even supply pieces to compliment the location of an event. From accolades to table centrepieces ASA is something unique that will have your guests talking and your award recipients proud to display.

Our fine art pieces are supplied to Galleries and are quite often by commission. We have created pieces from a hand held frill necked lizard, that travelled to London with the Australian Paralympians to a 3 metre steel crocodile for the Territory Wildlife Park located at the Top End of Australia.

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"Recently I commissioned a steel artwork from Aboriginal Steel Art, that needed to be of cultural significance. It was to be presented to Aunty Lorraine McGee Sippel at the launch of my book 10 Hail Mary's,. that was held at Gleebooks, in Sydney. Wayne suggested the Murray Cod, as Aunty Lorraine is a Yorta Yorta woman, from the river based people of the central Murray region. Working to a very tight deadline Wayne produced a magnificent work of art, that had the audience gasping when it was presented to Aunty Lorraine. Thank you Wayne, I really appreciated you pulling out all stops to get this to me on time. I mention the Murray Cod and the artist who made it, every chance I get."

Kate Howarth.