Janet Long Nakamarra paints water dreaming stories of the Warlpiri women from Willowra, to the north west of Alice Springs in the Tanami Desert Region. Her use of intricate dot work to portray a contemporary depiction of these stories have become highly sought after by collectors of fine art worldwide.
Geraldine Riley Napangardi was born at Mount Doreen Station in the 1970’s and is the niece of Towser Jagamara and Daisy Nabaldjari, who are both renowned worldwide for their traditional artworks. She spent her childhood learning the traditional ways of her country until her early teens when she was taken to the nearby community of […]
Doreen Dickson Nakamarra depicts women’s business and initiation ceremonies for women. Ceremonies always involve song, dance and body decoration, the use of particular designs and motifs denote social position and the relationship of the individuals to their family group and to particular ancestors, totemic animals and tracts of land. Patterns must conform to the ceremony […]