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Juliette Nampijinpa Brown Sold at Auction Prices

b. 1970 -

Juliette Nampijinpa Brown was born in 1970 and is an artist from Yuendumu Community, located approximately 3 hours from Alice Springs in Central Australia. Juilette is a Warlpiri woman with the primary focus of her paintings situated on the country of Mikanji. Her paintings are often titled Ngapa (Water) Dreaming.

Mkanji is a watercourse that is usually dry located to the West of Yuendumu. In this creek bed there are water soakages. Juilette uses a thick dotting technique to depict the area of Mikanji including its dry water soakages.

Juilette works closely with Warlukurlangu – Artists of Yuendumu and it is through them that her work is now featured in several galleries around Australia. Central Art is excited to be able to feature her paintings through our website as they provide a rich and cultural experience of Warlpiri life and culture and share this deep knowledge.

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    • JULIETTE NAMPIJINPA, 'Women's Dreaming'
      Mar. 23, 2014

      JULIETTE NAMPIJINPA, 'Women's Dreaming'

      Est: $200 - $400

      JULIETTE NAMPIJINPA (Aboriginal), Medium: Original Acrylic Painting, Title: 'Women's Dreaming', Image Size: 61cm x 46cm, Material: Linen, Condition: Excellent, Inscribed to the Outer Edges of the Linen by Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation , Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity Issued and Authorised from Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation , Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation Catalogue Reference Number Inscribed to the Outer Edges, Art Work is Unstretched, By Purchasing this Artwork you are Directly Contributing to the Employment of Young Aboriginals in Remote Australia - Funds Generated by the sale of this Artwork Ensure the Future Continuation of Painting and Employment to Australia's Aboriginal Communities - Which One of these Artists is the Next Wave of Famous Aboriginal Artists?

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