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SP6367

Women Collecting Imuna (Bush Food)

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Acrylic on Canvas
Size
30 x 30cm
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SP6367

Women Collecting Imuna (Bush Food)

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SP6367

Artist Profile

Joycie Morton Petyarre Born: 1976 Language Group: Alywarre Country: Araw…

Artist Profile

Joycie Morton Petyarre

Born: 1976

Language Group: Alywarre

Country: Arawerre (Soapy Bore), Utopia Region, North East of Alice Springs

Medium: Acrylic on Canvas

Subjects: Bush Tucker, Irreyakwerre (Bush Onion), Bush Medicine, Country, Bush Flowers

Joycie was born in Alice Springs in 1976 and started painting when she was nineteen. Her mother is Betty Mills Pwerle. Cindy Morton is her sister and Nikita Inkamala is her daughter. Joycie and Nikita began painting for Mbantua Gallery in 2017. Joycie's husband is Eric Inkamala, who is also an artist, and they have five daughters and two sons. Joycie has many dreamings that passed down from her grandmother, big Betty Kemarre who was involved in the Utopia Women's Batik Group. Joycie said she learnt everything from her grandmother, hunting, bush tucker, dreamings, bush medicine and painting. Joycie is living at Soapy Bore in Utopia and Stirling outstaion near Ti Tree with her family.

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Artist Name:
Joycie Morton Petyarre
Artwork Size:
30 x 30cm
Medium:
Acrylic on Canvas
Title:
Women Collecting Imuna (Bush Food)
Free Shipping Worldwide!:
This painting on canvas will be shipped in a cylinder to you free of charge, worldwide! An option to have this painting 'stretched' onto a wooden frame may be available. If selected, further charges will apply and will be calculated at checkout.

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In this painting, Joycie depicts the women ('U' motifs) collecting bush food. They carry with them their digging sticks and coolamons (carved wooden bowls) which are typical instruments used for collecting many bush foods.

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Mbantua Alice Gallery (MGA)

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