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In this exhibition Indigenous artists portraying their Country in the assorted colours of memory and season have pooled their collective output to present a rich and diverse view of their Homelands. The colours represent landscapes from the coast to the desert, from the north to the south.

  • Dates:Feb 8 - Mar 24
  • Time(s):Weekdays 10am - 5:30pm, Weekends 12pm - 5pm
  • Venue:Japingka Gallery

Details

  • Hosted By:Japingka Gallery
  • Venue Address:47 High Street Fremantle
  • Ticket Price:Free
  • Venue:Japingka Gallery
  • Audience:Adults,For seniors,Wheelchair Access

Description

In this exhibition, Indigenous artists representing their Country in the assorted colours of memory and season have pooled their collective output to present a rich and diverse view of their Homelands. The colours represent landscapes from the coast to the desert, from the north to the south.

The importance of colour in representing Country and the significant Dreaming stories and food resources associated with that land is all made clear by these artists. We sense the changing seasons and the interplay of water and drought, the desert in bloom and the desert in dry season.

Contributing artists include Gracie Ward Napaltjarri, Maureen Hudson Nampijinpa, Gracie Morton Pwerle, Jeannie Mills Pwerle, Polly Ngale, Patrick Tjungurrayi, Helen McCarthy, Esther Bruno Nangala and Belinda Golder Kngwarreye.

 

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