Anna Petyarre (Pitjara) has painted some beautiful paintings for the gallery this month. In keeping with the NAIDOC week theme, Heal Country, we have shown them alongside some of her contemporaries’ work from Utopia. They all feature artists whose cusodianship of an aspect of their country encourages protection and healing for the land and the people contained within.
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Vale Ms Petyarre Ms Petyarre passed away after a long illness in June 2021. She worked with Gannon House Gallery for nearly 20 years and from her earliest paintings become one of our most popular artists. Petyarre began her art making in batik in 1977 with a group...
Yinarupa Nangala has worked with Gannon House Gallery for fifteen years. She began painting for Papunya Tula artists corporation in 1996. Her father, Anatjari Tjampitjina, was one of the founding members. She now lives in Kiwikurra and since 2001 has painted for a...
Read about artwork from the Utopia Community, east of Alice Springs and home to Emily Kame Kngwarre, Gloria Petyarre and Kathleen Petyarre among others.
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