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Ikuntji Artists was the first art centre established for the women of the Western Desert art movement, and Eunice Napanangka Jack was one of it’s founding artists.

Now nearly 80, she is an important woman in the Ikuntji community, and we are honoured to have her powerful depictions of Kuruyultu at Outstation this month.

Thanks to Ikuntji Artists & Tobias Titz for this beautiful photo. To see the finished work - take a look online, or please come visit Outstation.
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In this, her second solo show, Eunice Napanangka Jack reflects on the life changing journey from Kuruyultu to Haasts Bluff which she undertook with her family when she was still a child.

This long journey, done on foot and carried by her mother, manifests in her painting, which shows the endless sandhills between Kuruyultu near Tjukurpa in Western Australia and Ikuntji/Haasts Bluff in the Northern Territory.

“I have been back to Kuruyultu for visits, but I never lived there again in my country.” - Eunice Napanangka Jack.
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An infinity of sand dunes in the centre of Australia.

Eunice Napanangka Jack’s solo exhibition, ‘Childhood memories of Kuruyultu’ is on at Outstation until the end of the month.

Take the journey to the Western Desert.

Eunice Napanangka Jack
‘Kuruyultu’
76 x 121.5cm, acrylic on linen
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We are going to see Eunice’s stuff very soon 🙆🏻🙆🏽‍♂️

2 weeks ago
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Typically highest quality exhibitions from this gallery.

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OMG I FELT this painting!!

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Is it for sale?

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ES VERDAD, TO DO. TIENE VIBRACIONES.

2 weeks ago

The movement's amazing

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Gold😎

2 weeks ago   ·  1

She is just pure talent

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Outstation Gallery - Aboriginal art from art centres updated their cover photo.

Eunice Napanangka Jack
'Kuruyultu'
70 x 150cm, acrylic on linen
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That's lovely.

3 weeks ago

Amazing...

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‘Stories from our spirit’, which finishes this Saturday (30 March), is an exhibition of three painters from Tjala Arts - Nyunmiti Burton, Sylvia Ken and Barbara Moore.

“We are all about the same age. I was born in 1960, Sylvia 1965 and Barbara 1964. We are all mothers and grandmothers and we have been taught by our parents, grandmothers and grandfathers. We are painters and we love to paint. We may have different styles, use different colours or paint with different techniques but what underpins all our paintings is the same - it is our country and our Tjukurpa.” - Nyunmiti Burton.

Don’t miss seeing these wonderful works.

Nyunmiti Burton
‘Ngayuku ngura - My Country’
240 x 200cm, acrylic on linen.
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Simply stunning!

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