The Walkatjurra Artist Exhibition Oct 2014
The Walkatjurra Artists are proud to announce that we will be having an exhibition of our artworks at the Goldfields Art Centre Gallery from 30 Sept to 9 Oct 2014. This exhibition features artworks by our established and emerging artists. The exhibition and production of artworks has been made possible with funding and support from;
- Goldfields Employment & Training Services (GETS)
- Shire Of Leonora
- Minara Foundation
- Leonora District High School, and
- Marnta Media Pty Ltd
These works will be for sale at the exhibition.
Marsha Riley, Bushfoods, $240
Deeva Muir, At Lake Miranda, $280
Deeva Muir, Earth Series 1, $280
Shirley Wonyabong, Lake Miranda, SOLD
Deeva Muir, Earth Series 6, $250
Kado Muir, Tjiwarl Country, $1500
Nuala Evans, untitled, $195
Bridget Jackson, Bushfoods 1, $390
Kado Muir, Mingari, $195
Deeva Muir, Galah, $280
Troy Chapman, Watersnake, $1300
Bridget Jackson, Seven Sisters Dreaming, $390
Deeva Muir, Earth Series 3, $250
Marsha Riley, untitled, $240
Deeva Muir, Earth Series 5, $250
Deeva Muir, Earth Series 4, $250
Kado Muir, Kapi, $195
Kevin Banks, Honey Ants, $234
Deeva Muir, Lake Miranda, $280
Deeva Muir, In Flight, $280
Bridget Jackson, Bushfoods 2, $390
Kado Muir, West Terraces, $195
Karthi Muir, My Dreaming, $325
Deeva Muir, Earth Series 2, $250
Troy Chapman, Mopoke, $1300
If you are interested in purchasing any artworks from the exhibition, please contact the Goldfields Art Center 08 9088 6900.
The Walkatjurra Artist Exhibition: Goldfields Art Gallery – 30 Sept to 9 Oct 2014
The Walkatjurra Artists are proud to announce that we will be having an exhibition of our artworks at the Goldfields Art Centre Gallery from 30 Sept to 9 Oct 2014.
We are pleased to show work in progress of pottery pieces from the Walkatjurra Pottery project funded in part by Country Arts Quick Response grant. All photographs taken by Deeva Muir in the Leonora Disctrict Highschool Art Room, Leonora, WA.
We are pleased to show work in progress of pottery pieces from the Walkatjurra Pottery project funded in part by Country Arts Quick Response grant.
Walkatjurra rangers at work today.
Two in Fitzroy Crossing researching community based alcohol
And drug services, three cleaning verges at Katampul village, two doing arts admin and stretching canvasses and three running the Leonora Youth Centre. Two sick. Plus community elders and others working on Goldfields Aboriginal languages project and supporting reporter in interviewing young student on his perception of doing Ngalia language at school. One finalizing paintings for exhibition in Kalgoorlie and one organising fencing for Katampul shed and workshop. A great big busy day today. My role to coordinate, facilitate, manage while finalizing letter to lobby fir homeless family and give radio interview on proposed changes to Aboriginal heritage act.
Yup, that’s like a normal day: Good to be busy! & proud of Walkatjurra Rangers.