Gracie Morton Pwerle
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Gracie is a senior traditional custodian of the Arnwekety (Bush Plum) Dreaming, and in accordance with traditional law she is responsible for ensuring the Dreaming, customs and traditions associated with the Bush Plum are upheld. … Read More

Jeannie Petyarre Pitjara
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Jeannie’s tribal name is “Angiltha” which means little lizard.  Jeannie has become highly regarded as a Bush Medicine Leaf painter, capturing the rhythm of the wind as it blows through the leaves drying on the ground… Read More

Bob Gibson Tjungurrayi
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A series of concentric squares pulsate with the searing heat of the Western Desert, the colours meld and overlap, creating a transparency of paint that flutters across the ground of the painting. These are the designs of the Tingari ceremony… Read More

Lorna Brown Napangka
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With her husband, Bobby West Tjupurrula, Lorna lives at Kiwirrkura, where in 1999 she contributed to the Kiwirrkurra womens’ painting as part of the Western Desert Dialysis Appeal.
Awards and Recognition… Read More

DZ Marlene Morton
Marlene Nakamarra Morton
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Women’s Dreaming depicts the Nakamarra and Napurrurla women hunting for bush foods and the owners of this story are the Nakamarra and Napurrurla women and the Jakamarra and Japurrurla men. Yumurrpa and Wapurtali are two Dreaming sites owned by these skin groups including the associated bush foods found in these areas. … Read More

Rini Tiger
Rini Tiger
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She has custodianship of sections of the Ngintaka Tjukurpa through both her father and husband Sammy Lyons who is the son of Ngnyinytja and Ilyatjari.… Read More

Glenys Gibson Napaltjarri
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Glenys’s paintings are dynamic in execution and reflect her talent as a true artist following in her mother’s footsteps in the league as a world class artist depicting “Women’s Ceremony” and painted in colours traditionally used in this dreamtime story.… Read More

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