14 May - 8 June 2010

Outstation and Ninuku Arts are excited to present the first solo exhibition for Samuel Miller opening on Friday 14th May 2010 at 6pm.

This will be the inaugural Outstation exhibition to be held in the new gallery and will mark 2 years since Outstation first opened.

Samuel Miller lives in Kalka, a community located in the North-Western corner of Australia, in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) lands. He grew up in Amata and Pipalyatjara. He is a committed member of Ninuku Arts, a prospering Art Centre that services not only Kalka, but also the neighbouring community of Pipalyatjara some 14 kilometres away. Samuel’s paintings depict the traditional iconography of his land that lies to the east of Pipalyatjara. Rockholes, creeks and hills feature in his paintings.

Art Centres

This exhibition is brought to you by Outstation, in collaboration with the following art centres:

When and where

14 May - 8 June 2010

Outstation Gallery
8 Parap Place
Parap
0820
Darwin
Northern Territory

Exhibition artworks

Samuel Miller – ‘Ngayuku Ngura’

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Samuel Miller – ‘Ngayuku Ngura’

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Samuel Miller – ‘Ngayuku Ngura’

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Samuel Miller – ‘Ngayuku Ngura’

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Samuel Miller – ‘Ngayuku Ngura’

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Samuel Miller – ‘Ngayuku Ngura’

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Samuel Miller – ‘Ngayuku Ngura’

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Samuel Miller – ‘Ngayuku Ngura’

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Samuel Miller – ‘Ngayuku Ngura’

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Samuel Miller – ‘Ninuku Tjukurpa’

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Samuel Miller – ‘Ngayuku Ngura’

$AUD 1,060
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Samuel Miller – ‘Ngayuku Ngura’

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Samuel Miller – ‘Ngayuku Ngura’

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Samuel Miller – ‘Ngayuku Ngura’

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Samuel Miller – ‘Ngayuku Ngura’

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Samuel Miller – ‘Ngayuku Ngura’

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