Aboriginal artist, Barbara Mbitjana Moore, “Ngayuku ngura - My Country”, 2014, Acrylic on Belgian linen, 122 x 198cm.
Courtesy: the artist and Gabrielle Pizzi.
Artwork from Gallery Gabrielle Pizzi’s September Group exhibition Tjala, 2014.
Barbara Mbitjana Moore is of the Anmatyerre language group.
She grew up in Tea Tree and moved to Amata to live with her sister who is married to an Amata man. Barbara Moore has risen to prominence in a relatively short time. She normally works at the Health Clinic paints at Tjala Arts (formerly Minymaku Arts) in her spare time. Barbara first began to paint in April 2003 and has since won the Painting category of the 29th Telstra NATSIAA Award. Her work often depicts her country in vibrant colours and distinctively bold brushstrokes. #barbarambitjanamoore Moore
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I love ❤️ maps and all the projects you can use them for!! I will be offering a few road maps here first before going in my shop. 🛣🗺 The six maps shown here are early 1970s edition. The largest one would be the Gulf One. I love how the interstates are done in a nontraditional orange on the Gulf and Union 76. 🗺There are two Arizona maps which are just a year apart, see the posted picture to see how the older version shows a topical mountains in their graphics. 🛣 The condition of the paper is great with all of them.
Set of six is $13 plus ship.
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