Belinda Golder Kngwarreye
Belinda Golder was born in 1960 at the Utopia community. She is an Anmatyerre speaker and has a strong artistic lineage. Her Grandmother was Polly Ngala and her great Aunt Emily Kame Kngwarreye.
As many of the women in Utopia do, she paints bush plants that provide food and medicine. She is known for her renditions of the "bush plum" a story passed to her by her grandmother, painted with thick paint, mixed on the brush and applied to the canvas in overlapping dots. The different colours reflect the ripening stages of the plant. Her style reminiscent of Emily Kame Kngwarreye's work.
She also paints bush yam and conkerberry dreamings.
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