COLOURS - Female Indigenous group Exhibition

Emily Pwerle, Helen McCarthy & Liddy Walker

United Galleries is delighted to present newly commissioned paintings from 3 Indigenous women artists Emily Pwerle from Utopia, Liddy Napanangka Walker from Yuendumu and Helen McCarthy Tyalmuty from the Daly River - all strikingly different through technique and application although aligned by their flamboyant use of paint.

Art Exhibition previously on at United Galleries in Darlinghurst precinct, New South Wales, Australia.
From Thursday 08 May 2008 to Tuesday 15 July 2008
Launch Thursday 08 May 2008, Opening Hours Monday - Friday 10.00am - 6.00PM Saturday 10.30am - 4.30PM Sunday by appointment

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Published by anonymous on Wednesday 07 May 2008.
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This inspiring exhibition celebrates colour, creativity and the telling of stories. The vibrant pallette and the love of colour – from bold brush strokes to delicate dotting – each painting is a contemporary interpretation of tradition, ceremony and ancestoral stories.

LIDDY NAPANANGKA WALKER
RECENT PAINTINGS FROM THE DESERT
Liddy Walker was born at Mt Doreen in 1925 and spent her younger years living with her family in bush camps. She regularly visits her country around Mt Theo and Tanami desert. Liddy has lived in Yuendumu, a Warlpiri community in the Tanami 300km northwest of Alice Springs, since it was first established and has worked in the community in various pastoral care roles including as a cook. She stated painting on canvas not long after Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Association was established in the mid 1980’s and is now one of its most senior and successful members.
“I paint my father Japangardi’s Dreaming and my grandfather’s Dreaming. Mt

Location

United Galleries Sydney
179-181 Palmer Street
Darlinghurst, NSW 2010