Gallery Stockroom Highlights - July 2019

Gallery Stockroom Highlights - July 2019

Mitchell Fine Art Gallery Fortitude Valley Brisbane

Gloria Petyarre Medicine Leaves 60x60cm'Medicine Leaves' MK18087

Gloria Petyarre
60 x 60cm acrylic on linen

Gloria Petyarre is a dynamic force in Australian art. In 1999 Gloria Petyarre won the prestigious Wynne Prize, and has also been selected as finalist several times in the Telstra Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award in Darwin. This painting shows Gloria’s depiction of “Medicine Leaves”, a bush that grows in her country near Utopia in Central Australia. The leaves are collected by the women of the Anmatyerre tribe and used for traditional healing. 

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$240 per month
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 Amanda Penrose Hart art'The Violet Van'

Amanda Penrose Hart
76 x 102cm oil on linen

Working from landscape, travelling informs most of Amanda Penrose Hart’s paintings. Whether en plein air or recalling the memory of a certain place, Penrose Hart captures these experiences through her impasto application of paint as much as the imagery portrayed. Her work is represented in public and private collections including Australian National Maritime Museum, Sydney and the Gold Coast City Art Gallery. In In 2017 Amanda Penrose Hart won the prestigious Gallipoli Art Prize in Sydney.

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$580 per month

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Daisy Jugadai Napaltjarri Mereenie Ridge'Meerenie Ridge' A7187

Daisy Jugadai Napaltjarri
90 x 90cm acrylic on linen

Daisy Jugadai Napaltjarri was born at Haasts Bluff in Central Australia and was the daughter of artists Narputta Nangala Jugadai and Timmy Jugadai Tjungurrayi. Her painting is a representation of her home country and reflect her interest in bush tucker and wildflowers. Daisy retells her “Tjukurrpa” continually painting these lush bush tucker scenes. "Muruntji is important because it is my mother's country. It is a special women's business place and full of bush tucker. That one is women's dreaming".

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$380 per month

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Polly Ngale Bush Plum Dreaming 90x90cm 'Anwekety (Bush Plum Dreaming)' A14627

Polly Ngale
90 x 90cm acrylic on linen

Polly Ngale was born around 1940 at Utopia, approx 270kms north east of Alice Springs in Central Australia. Polly is the sister of Kathleen and Angeline Pwerle, who are also established artists. Along with her sisters, Polly is a senior custodian of the Bush Plum (Arnwekety) Dreaming story.

In her paintings Polly depicts the bush plum story. She builds up layer upon layer of colour creating a multi-dimensional effect to reveal the bush plum and her country in all its glory. The bush plum grows all year and is collected by the Anmatyerre women. It has a pleasant sweet taste.

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$420 per month
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