OUT THERE LADIES
9 – 27 JULY
Mon-Fri 10am – 4.45pm, Sat
2 – 4.45pm
Jean Yaritji Lane, Tjitji Kutjara 2012 acrylic on canvas
Indigenous painters Joyce McLean, Edith Wingulya Lyons and Jean Yaritji Lane are from the Ngaanyatjarra Lands in remote WA. Born in the 1930â€™s and 40â€™s these ladies have strong connections to country, culture
and tradition. Their vibrant paintings are straight from the heart and imbued with knowledge of place and Jurkurpa. Presented by Papulankutja Artists of Blackstone.
Indigenous Art from the South-West
from the collection of Sue and Ian Bernadt
These paintings by Indigenous artists from the South-West speak of a passion for place andÂ often have a surreal, spiritual longing for an Arcadian past. The Carrolup style has hadÂ a profound influence on artists of the region as it so perfectly captures the distinctive naturalÂ world of southern Western Australia.
Guy and Margaret Vinciguerra celebrate the ancient and contemporary butting up against
each other in Rome, finding beauty in the ordinary and the monumental.
Guyâ€™s exuberant photographs compliment Margaretâ€™s abstracted paintings. Partners in life
and art, they share a love of colour and a love of Roma.
On show 8-30 May