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ABORIGINAL ART PAINTING by JUDY WATSON NAPANGARDI (deceased) MINA MINA huge

ABORIGINAL ART PAINTING by JUDY WATSON NAPANGARDI (deceased) MINA MINA huge
ABORIGINAL ART PAINTING by JUDY WATSON NAPANGARDI (deceased) MINA MINA huge
ABORIGINAL ART PAINTING by JUDY WATSON NAPANGARDI (deceased) MINA MINA huge
ABORIGINAL ART PAINTING by JUDY WATSON NAPANGARDI (deceased) MINA MINA huge
ABORIGINAL ART PAINTING by JUDY WATSON NAPANGARDI (deceased) MINA MINA huge

ABORIGINAL ART PAINTING by JUDY WATSON NAPANGARDI (deceased) MINA MINA huge
Australian Aboriginal Art Gallery – JYDY WATSON NAPANGARDY. AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL ART PAINTING by JUDY WATSON NAPANGARDI “MINA MINA” 205 x 154 cm. OPEN A WINDOW INTO THE UNIQUE WORLD OF AUSTRALIAN INDIGENOUS ART. Australian Aboriginal Art Gallery. AAA Gallery Pty Ltd. Title: MINA MINA Artist: Judy Watson Napangardi (deceased) Painted: 2016 Medium: Acrylic on canvas, unframed Painting area: 205cm x 154cm Margin: 4.5-5.0cm Authenticity: The painting singed by Judy Watson. CoA and pictures of Judy holding and signing her work will be provided. Story: All of Judy’s artworks portray the different stories associated with the sacred area of Mina Mina. For Millenia the Warlpiri women have visited the area to perform ceremony and ritual. In this story, Judy expresses the Hair String Skirt Dreaming. The cental motif in this painting is ceremonial hair bands, depicted as arc shapes on either side of the painting. The parallel lifeworks represent the landscape on each side. Artist: Judy Watson Napangardi Skin Name: Napangardi Born: c. 1935 Region: Yarungkanji, Mt. Doreen Station Language: Warlpiri Subjects and Themes(Dreaming): Mina Mina , Karnta (Women), Kanakurlangu (Digging Stick), Ngalyipi (Snake Vine), Yunkaranyi (Honey Ant), Jintiparnta (Native Truffle) and hair belt. About artist Judy Watson Napangardi was born circa 1935 at Yarungkanji, Mt. With her family Judy made many trips on foot back to (and lived for long periods at) Mina Mina and Yingipurlangu, her ancestral country on the border of the Tanami and Gibson Deserts. These places are rich in bush tucker such as wanakiji (bush plums), yakajirri (bush tomatoes), and wardapi (sand goanna). Most of her works depict Mina Mina or Dreamings connected to it: Karnta (Women), Kanakurlangu (Digging Stick), Ngalyipi (Snake Vine), Yunkaranyi (Honey Ant), Jintiparnta (Native Truffle) and hair belt. Judy was taught painting by her elder sister, Maggie Napangardi Watson. She painted alongside her at Warlukurlangu artists for a number of years, developing her own unique style. She transmits her energy to her work through her dynamic use of colour, and energetic “dragged dotting” style. She is at the forefront of a move towards more abstract rendering of Jukurrpa by Warlpiri artists; however her work retains strong kurruwarri, the details which tell of the sacredness of place and song in her culture. 2005’Warlukurlangu Artists of Yuendumu’, Japingka Gallery, Fremantle. 2005’Karnta Jukurrpa’, Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne. 2004’Big Country’ Gallery Gondwana, Alice Springs, NT. 2004’Desert Mob’ Araluen Centre, Alice Springs. 2004’Divas of the Desert Gallery Gondwana, Alice Springs. 2004’Dreaming Stories’, Indigenart, Perth. 2004 Little Warlu, Big Stories, Hot Little paintings by Big artists of Yuendumu, Australia’s NT & Outback Centre, Sydney. 2004’New Works from Yuendumu’, Bellas Gallery, Brisbane. 2004’Painting Country’, Thorn quest Gallery, Queensland. 2004 Yilpinji – Love Magic and Ceremony, Japingka Gallery, Fremantle. 2003 Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne. 2003 Black and White. Seeing country in two ways Counihan Gallery, Melbourne. 2003 Kurruwarri Pipangka – Designs on Paper’ CDU Gallery. 2003 Kurruwarri Wirijarlu – Big Story’ Hogarth Gallery, Sydney. 2003’The Colours of Mina Mina’ Judy Watson and Betsy Lewis, Raft Gallery, Darwin. 2003 True Blue Christmas 2003, Framed Gallery, Darwin, NT. 2003’Yimi Pirrijirdi – Strong Stories’ Alison Kelly Gallery, Melbourne. 2002 Onshore Art Barwon Heads Victoria. 2002’New Works from Warlukurlangu’ Indigenart, Perth WA. 2002 Bellas Gallery, Brisbane. 2002’Warlukurlangu Collection’ Parliament House, Canberra. 2002’New Paintings from Yuendumu’ Rebecca Hossack Gallery, London. 2002’Warlukurlangu Artists of Yuendumu’ , One Union Square Lobby, Seattle, USA. 2002’Warlukurlangu Artists of Yuendumu’, Jeffrey Moose Gallery, Seattle USA. 2000 Shell Fremantle Print Award, Fremantle. 2000’Wayuta’, The Desart Janganpa Gallery, Alice Springs. 2000’Journey to the North West’, Palya Art, Sydney. 2000 Gallery Gabrielle Pizzi, Melbourne. 2000 Kurawari, Desart Gallery, Sydney. 2000 Beaver Galleries, Canberra. 1999’Mina Mina’, Hogarth Galleries, Sydney. 1999 Desert Mob Show, Araluen Centre, Alice Springs. 1998 Japingka Gallery, Perth. 1998 Framed Gallery, Darwin. 1998’Kurrawarri – Kirli’, Gallery Gabrielle Pizzi, Melbourne. 1998 Art Gallery “Culture Store” Rotterdam, The Netherlands. 1998’A Thousand Journeys’, Tin Shed Gallery, University of Sydney. 1997 Hogarth Gallery, Sydney. 1995 SOFA, Chicago, U. 1995 Bellas Gallery, Brisbane 1995 SOFA, Miami, U. 1994’Echoes of the Dreamtime’, Osaka, Japan. 1994 Armstrong Gallery, Florida. 1993 CINAFE (Chicago International New Art Forms Exposition), U. 1993 Sutton Gallery, Melbourne. 1993 Northern Territory Art Award, Araluen Arts Centre, Alice Springs. 1993 Bellas Gallery, Brisbane. 1993 Adelaide Town Hall, in assoc. With The Pacific Arts Symposium. 1992 Hogarth Gallery of Dreams, Sydney. 1991 Darwin Performing Arts Centre, Darwin. 1990’Women’s Exhibition’. The Women’s Gallery, Melbourne. (showing at Hilton Hotel), Perth. 1990 Darwin Performing Arts Centre, Darwin. Aboriginal Art Museum, Utrecht. Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney. Flinders University Art Museum, Melbourne. Gordon Darling Foundation, Canberra. Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin. National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. National Gallery of Victoria. South Australian Museum, Adelaide. Source: Birnberg, M & Kreczmanski, JB 2004, Aboriginal artists dictionary of iographies: Western Desert, Central Desert and Kimberley Region, 1st edn. All orders are sent through Australia Registered Post. All International orders are sent through Express Post International. If you are purchasing more than one painting please wait until we send you an invoice. We are able to fit up to 3 paintings into a single mailing tube at no extra charge. Your painting will come to you packaged professionally in a mailing tube. Your satisfaction is very important to us. Any defects, damages, or material differences with your item, must be reported to us within 24 hours of receipt of the item. Painting dimensions are listed by height x width and are quoted in centimetres. Please note that the painting dimensions quoted are of the actual artwork only (there is 4.5-5.0cm border for framing). Please be aware that all aboriginal paintings listed on our webpage may include some perceived irregularities and imperfections such as irregular borders, splashes of paint. These are normal and to be considered part of the painting because it is fine handpaintings. Please also note that although we do our best to provide high quality images on our website, sometimes the colours may vary slightly, depending on your computer screen. The item “ABORIGINAL ART PAINTING by JUDY WATSON NAPANGARDI (deceased) MINA MINA huge” is in sale since Wednesday, April 8, 2020. This item is in the category “Art\Aboriginal\Paintings”. The seller is “aaagallery” and is located in Queensland. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Framing: Unframed
  • Dimensions: 205 x 154 cm
  • Artist: JUDY WATSON NAPANGARDI
  • Style: Desert Art
  • Listed By: Australian Aboriginal Art Gallery
  • Provenance: CoA, Gallery Stamp, Photos: holding, signing
  • Medium: Acrylic on canvas
  • Date of Creation: 2016
  • Features: Signed
  • Subject: MINA MINA
  • Originality: Original

ABORIGINAL ART PAINTING by JUDY WATSON NAPANGARDI (deceased) MINA MINA huge