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Regular price $4,600.00 AUD
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Artist: Julie Robertson Nangala 
Size: 121cm x 180cm
Acrylic on linen, painted in 2021.
The artwork is stretched and ready to hang.
Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
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Located at Plume Gallery South Melbourne. 
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Julie Nangala Robertson was born in Yuendumu, one of five daughters of Telstra Award-winning, internationally acclaimed artist, Dorothy Napangardi. Since late 1990 while often in the company of her talented mother, Julie has pursued and developed a creative visual language all of her own, one which consists of a fascinating blend of stylised experimentation and ancient narrative.
Julie paints Ngapa Jukurrpa (Water Dreaming), this theme comes from the traditional country Pirlinyanu of her father. It is along a rocky formation in the Tanami Desert, west of Yuendumu and towards the WA border. It has waterholes and plentiful bush tucker I and is one of many significant locations for the Water Dreaming. With access to fresh water in the deep naturally occurring wells of Pirlinyanu under rocks.
While Julie’s palette most typically consists of whites, greys and earth colours, she also paints in combinations of red, black and white. She recently represents her view from an aerial perspective of the topographical features of her traditional country at the site of Pirlinyanu. These works radiate dotted speckled light contrasting with the dark backgrounds. These works contain floating space with veiled layers of dots. Her work is minimalistic and a contemporary reflection of her country.
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