Julianne Turner Nungarrayi
Julianne Turner Nungarrayi was born in 1975 at Yuenlumu
(Mount Allan) in central Australia.
Yuenlumu is situated 250km west of Alice Springs.
At an early age Julianne was influenced and taught to paint by her mother Maureen Hudson Nampijinpa; well known and respected Warlpiri artist.
Julianne Turner Nungarrayi depicts Aboriginal iconography in her paintings. She lives in Adelaide, and visits her traditional homeland on a regular basis. Julianne is the mother of two children. Her eldest son Farren Furber Jampitjinpa is a promising young artist.
Wild Mulga Berries and Bush Onion Dreaming 122 x 100cm Title: Wild Mulga Berries and Bush Onion Dreaming Story: Julianne has painted her abundant country, in a place where women go to collect Wild Mulga Berries and Bush Onions. The brown circles are the bush onions, the white dots are the seeds blowing in the breeze, representing the cycle of nature, the branches and berries are the Wild Mulga Berries. The gathering of bush tucker by the women, for their clan, is an important part of bush life. The women go out in groups while the men hunt and all is shared at the end of the day.
Newlly finished "Budgerigar Dreaming" A beautiful painting full of details of Julianne's Country. Title: Wild Budgerigar Dreaming Story: Julianne has painted her abundant country, in a place where the Budgerigars nest. The areas painting in circles represent the land with camp sites. The area in the middle, shows the gumtree grove, leaves and nests. This is a representative painting, and as a bird’s eye view, can be hung both horizontally and vertically. Medium: Acrylic on canvas SOLD - ORDER SIMILAR