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This bright and cultural Aboriginal Artwork by Marlene Young is certain to be the centrepiece of any living area! Utilising an earthy palette this painting tells the story of Marlene's country including imagery of ceremonies and storytelling from her ancestors. More details about Marlene below.
Details of Painting:
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About Marlene Young Nungurrayi
In 1970, Marlene Young Nungurrayi was born. Her tribe is Pintupi, Tommy Lowry Tjapaltjarri is her biological father, and her adopted father is the well-known Doctor George Tjapaltjarri. These relatives are linked to a number of well-known musicians, including Nosepeg Tjupurrula, Fred Ward Tjungurrayi, and Turkey Tolson.
Marlene's work has been featured in national exhibitions across Australia, and her work is kept in private collections both here and internationally.
Marlene's traditional style paintings are highly sought after as they portray her land and sacred women's locations between her native communities. At these spots, her people would have major ceremonies and recount stories about their ancestors who would stop to rest, sing, and dance. Marlene's colour choices pay homage to the more traditional pigments used for ground designs and body adornment, which are occasionally flecked with colour. Her sense of design and movement demonstrates the tight relationship between painted imagery and the natural world.
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