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  • Aboriginal Art - Adrian Jangala Robinson, Patterns of the Landscape around Yuendumu, 61x46cm - Art Ark
  • Aboriginal Art - Adrian Jangala Robinson, Patterns of the Landscape around Yuendumu, 61x46cm - Art Ark
  • Aboriginal Art - Adrian Jangala Robinson, Patterns of the Landscape around Yuendumu, 61x46cm - Art Ark
  • Aboriginal Art - Adrian Jangala Robinson, Patterns of the Landscape around Yuendumu, 61x46cm - Art Ark
Aboriginal Art - Adrian Jangala Robinson, Patterns of the Landscape around Yuendumu, 61x46cm - Art Ark
Aboriginal Art - Adrian Jangala Robinson, Patterns of the Landscape around Yuendumu, 61x46cm - Art Ark
Aboriginal Art - Adrian Jangala Robinson, Patterns of the Landscape around Yuendumu, 61x46cm - Art Ark
Aboriginal Art - Adrian Jangala Robinson, Patterns of the Landscape around Yuendumu, 61x46cm - Art Ark

Adrian Jangala Robinson, Patterns of the Landscape around Yuendumu, 61x46cm

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  • Aboriginal Artist - Adrian Jangala Robinson
  • Community - Yuendumu/Alice Springs
  • Aboriginal Art Centre - Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation
  • Catalogue number - 1662/19
  • Materials - Acrylic on canvas
  • Size(cm) - H61 W46 D2 
  • Postage variants - Artwork is posted un-stretched and rolled for safe shipping
  • Orientation - As displayed

The artist has represented the patterns of the landscape associated to his country and to his Jukurrpa. Yuendumu is located 290 km north west of Alice Springs where sand storms and whirly-whirly (mini tornados) are a frequent occurrence in the country. The designs that Adrian paints are closely associated to the fixtures of the country, several whirl-whirly lifting simultaneously out of the ground carrying with them dust and seeds to be deposited somewhere else in the landscape.

Adrian was born at Papunya in 1962. He went to school in Papunya and remembers Geoff Bardon as a school teacher and working alongside the early Western Desert painters. Adrian’s fathers’ country travels from west of Walungurru through Karku at Nyirrpi to Warlurkurlangu at Yuendumu. His father, Jampitjinpa, lived at Mount Doreen close to Yuendumu and later worked at Papunya as a Gardener and Builder. Jampitjinpa is a brother to the late Darby Ross Jampitjinpa, sharing the same mother and father. Adrian’s mother is the late Eunice Napangardi, a well-known painter herself. It is her country, Yalpirakinu, that Adrian paints.




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