Acrylic on paper. 38x28cm. Framed
The Koskela Gallery is proud to present Deme Bakuty, Many Hands a series of new works from the community of Peppimenarti, Durrmu Arts.
Resulting from a painting workshop in early 2019 on the verandah of the community art centre, this collection of 37 works on paper represents Peppimenarti country and culture, and the intergenerational transfer of knowledge happening at Durrmu Arts.
Durrmu (dots), fi (string/lines), woven articles and body paint designs are reanimated through acrylic paint, pen and inks by senior artists Regina Pilawuk Wilson (Winner, Telstra General Painting Award 2003), Margaret Kundu and Kathleen Korda and emerging talents Annunciata Dartinga, Jessie Singar, Grace Dodson and Anne-Carmel Nimbali Wilson.
Durrmu Arts Aboriginal Corporation is a community art centre, and a member of both the Indigenous Art Code and ANKAAA – the Association of Northern, Kimberley and Arnhem Aboriginal Artists. Koskela is also a member of the Indigenous Art Code and a certified B Corporation®; leaders of the global movement of people using business as a force of good.
NB: This painting is part of our DEME BAKUTY exhibition (April 6 - May 5). Artworks purchased for pick-up will be available from May 6, Items with shipping will be sent out from May 7.
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