Rhubee Neale is an Australian singer, actor, and visual artist who was born in July 1964.
She is of Anmatjere Arrentre descent and operates within the creative arts sector in Australia.

Throughout her career, Rhubee has showcased her artistic abilities across multiple mediums, including music and visual arts. As a singer, she has performed original songs that reflect her diverse cultural background and unique style.

As a visual artist, Rhubee’s artwork often features contemporary paintings that depict landscapes or places in fictional settings. Her paintings have been exhibited in galleries across Australia, attracting recognition and following among art enthusiasts.

Overall, Rhubee Neale is a talented artist who has made significant contributions to the creative arts industry, and she continues to inspire and influence aspiring artists.

Rhubee is the Lead Artist in our “I Am woman” visual art Adelaide FRINGE Exhibitions

Rhubees’ beautiful energy is expressed via painting, writing, acting and performing original music.
‘I remember my mother teaching me stories through singing our Anmatjere song lines for as long as I can remember. Mum would sing songs about our family dreamtime stories and told stories by drawing symbols in the sand and more recently painting on canvas”.
‘Laying in my mother’s arms feeling safe and sound. She sang of Tjukurpa and her Homeland as she drew in the sand’.
That relates to the lyrics of Rhubees’ song “Heading Home”.

“I am Women”
Rhubee is a proud Anmatyerre / Arrentre Woman
I Am Women touches on just a few aspects of female energy.
The Passion, dreams, strengths and vulnerabilities, love and self doubt, wellness and sadness while Striving to make life better and at times falling – however always getting up again, thinking outside the box and wearing many hats.  
Rarely appreciated for everything she does to keep things operation smooth and effectively. Most times woman push aside their dreams to make life better for others.

The phoenix represents dreams and passion, the snake represents self doubt.
The blue bird represents depression & the eye is society always offering criticism about the way a women acts, lives, what she wears and how she looks.
The women in the green dress has found confidence to be herself.
The flowers represent hope and happiness.

Rhubee has performed at Tamworth Country Music Festival and the Yabun Festival in New South Wales, the Dreaming Festival in Queensland, Alice Springs Desert Festival, and many community and private events. She has been a recording artist since 2003.
Rhubee works with others through art and song, and has used her music in projects to share her healing journey.