Carlene creates innovative, new work that alludes to her Father’s Country, Kanpi, in which the creation being is ‘Kalaya’, or emu. Her pieces encompass the cultural richness that Carlene possesses as a proud Pitjantjatjara/Yankunytjatjara woman. The intergenerational transfer of Indigenous … Continue reading
Alison Milyika’s artwork reflects her identity as a contemporary and senior Pitjantjatara Yankunytjatjara woman. Often, the patterns and line work seen in her artwork are inspired by woman’s ceremonial painting on the body or landmarks seen in the Anangu Pitjantjatara … Continue reading
Derek’s artworks often depict Tjukurpa (story) relating to Wanampi (Rainbow Serpent) or hunting stories.
“Art is also a type of memory theatre for Pepai Jangala Carroll. Although based for decades in Pukatja…Carroll’s custodial home country is his father’s country near Kintore in the Northern Territory. Carrying the recurring title of Walungurru, in this naming, … Continue reading
Swedish born artist Ulrica Trulsson, now living and working in Adelaide, creates assemblages of beautifully textured and thrown ceramic forms, which are undoubtedly inspired by the South Australian natural landscape. Her artwork has caught the attention of many curators over … Continue reading