Aboriginal Art
   

 

 

Steve Wilson

Steve Wilson (1965-) traces his heritage through his grandmother back to the Muruwari tribe (Muruwari (Moo-roo-warri) - meaning 'to fall (warri) with a fighting club (murru) in one's hand'). The Muruwari people were an important group who occupied an area of Australia from about Cunnamulla in south-west Queensland, southward to the northern bank of the Barwon River near Brewarrina, New South Wales.

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Kim Healey

Kim Healey

Kim Healey is a descendant of the Djunbun clan (northern NSW, Australia) which was her grandfather Tobi Bancroft’s country ( Fresh Water people). She lived there for a few years care taking the land, and living with solar power and tank water which was very special to her. As hard as it was at times, especially during Winter with a new born baby and limited resources, Kim made do, and bought her children up connected to their ancestor’s country, and learning to work for basic needs such as a hot bath. Her grandmother Elsie Bancroft was of the Dhungutti people who were from Nambucca Heads (northern NSW, Australia) which is a coastal area (Saltwater people).

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Karla Dickens

Karla Dickens, Wiradjuri painter, was born in Sydney in 1967. Karla began creating art at high school in Life Drawing classes where the female form was her main subject matter. She began her formal training as an artist when she enrolled at the National Art School in Darlinghurst, Sydney in 1991 where she obtained a Fine Arts Diploma in 1993 and a Bachelor in Fine Arts in 2000.

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