Home' Scoop Homes and Art : Insite 24 Autumn 2010 Contents 218 INSITE AUTUMN
33. RANDELL LANE FINE ART
Artist: Wingu Tingima is an Indigenous
artist born in Western Australia during
the 1930s. Her work has been exhibited
widely throughout Australia and is par t of
several important collections, including the
National Gallery of Australia.
The Artwork: Tjungu Palya is an
Aboriginal-owned and managed
corporation that sells artwork on behalf of
its members. The Art Centre is located in
Nyapari Aboriginal community situated in
the far northwest of South Australia. This
exhibition will feature celebrated artists:
Wingu Tingima, Jimmy Baker, Maringka
Baker, Tiger Palpatja, Nyankulya
Watson and others.
Medium: Acrylic on canvas
Size: 140 x 201cm
Exhibition: Tjungu Palya Group
Exhibition, March 17--April 7.
5/567 Beaufort Street, Mt Lawley,
(08) 9227 6619, randellart.com.
34. STUDIO ROB FORNANI
Title: Sacred Gate
Artist: Rob Forlani is a Western Australia-
based artist who specialises in abstract
painting. His work has been exhibited
nationally and internationally.
The Artwork: This work is an exploration
of the relationship between mind and
tangibility. On first glance it seems like a
pure abstraction of form and colour; not
quite landscape and not quite realism.
Interpretation is in turn the conscious
control of our emotions.
Medium: Mixed media on linen
Size: 180 x 90cm
Viewing by appointment only:
(08) 9355 1113, robforlani.com.
35. SEVA FRANGOS ART
Artist: Owen Yalandja has developed
his own way of carving and decorating
his works, making elegant Yawkyawk
(female water spirits) sculptures with
intricate decoration, which stand apar t
from all other Kuninjku sculptures. Among
his many exhibitions and inclusions in
significant group exhibitions are the 2000
Biennale of Sydney and the inaugural
National Indigenous Art Triennial Culture
Warriors undertaken by the National
Gallery of Australia in 2007.
The Artwork: These extraordinary
sculptures of mermaid-like figures with fish
tails are carved to the natural shape of the
Links Archive Insite 23 Summer 2009 Insite 25 Winter 2010 Navigation Previous Page Next Page