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Original Belinda Golder Kngwarreye Painting. This painting utilises fine strokes which depict the brilliant and earthy tones of the native bush plum in Belinda’s country. This painting is subtle, yet striking and will add class to your living room, bedroom, or home office. Belinda’s biography is detailed below.
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About Belinda Golder Kngwarreye
Belinda Golder Kngwarreye was born in the Central Australian town of Utopia in 1986. She is a young Anmatyerre artist that is on the rise. Belinda Pitjara is the daughter of Sammy Pitjara and Margaret Golder, and the sister of well-known artist Janet Golder Kngwarreye. Her grandpa, the late Kudditji Kngwarreye, was a well-known Kudditji Kngwarreye. Belinda is still a resident of Utopia and a budding artist in her own way.
The Bush Plum is a common style that Belinda draws on in her artworks. Polly Ngale, Belinda's grandmother, is the "Bush Plum Dreaming's" senior custodian. You will note that Belinda uses a smaller stroke than that of her grandmother. Bush Plum is a food source for the Aboriginal people of Utopia, in Central Australia's Eastern desert. In their ceremonies, the ladies pay homage with body paint, songlines, and dance cycles.
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