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  • Pamela Napurrurla Walker, Yumari Jukurrpa (Yumari Dreaming), 30x30cm | Aboriginal Art  | Art Ark - 1
  • Pamela Napurrurla Walker, Yumari Jukurrpa (Yumari Dreaming), 30x30cm | Aboriginal Art  | Art Ark - 2
  • Pamela Napurrurla Walker, Yumari Jukurrpa (Yumari Dreaming), 30x30cm | Aboriginal Art  | Art Ark - 3
  • Pamela Napurrurla Walker, Yumari Jukurrpa (Yumari Dreaming), 30x30cm | Aboriginal Art  | Art Ark - 4
  • Pamela Napurrurla Walker, Yumari Jukurrpa (Yumari Dreaming), 30x30cm | Aboriginal Art  | Art Ark - 5
Pamela Napurrurla Walker, Yumari Jukurrpa (Yumari Dreaming), 30x30cm | Aboriginal Art  | Art Ark - 1
Pamela Napurrurla Walker, Yumari Jukurrpa (Yumari Dreaming), 30x30cm | Aboriginal Art  | Art Ark - 2
Pamela Napurrurla Walker, Yumari Jukurrpa (Yumari Dreaming), 30x30cm | Aboriginal Art  | Art Ark - 3
Pamela Napurrurla Walker, Yumari Jukurrpa (Yumari Dreaming), 30x30cm | Aboriginal Art  | Art Ark - 4
Pamela Napurrurla Walker, Yumari Jukurrpa (Yumari Dreaming), 30x30cm | Aboriginal Art  | Art Ark - 5

Pamela Napurrurla Walker, Yumari Jukurrpa (Yumari Dreaming), 30x30cm

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  • Artist - Pamela Napurrurla Walker
  • Community - Yuendumu  
  • Art Centre/Community organisation - Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation  
  • Catalogue number - 5701-16
  • Materials - Acrylic on pre-stretched canvas  
  • Size(cm) - H30 W30 D3.5  
  • Postage variants - Artwork posted pre-stretched and ready to hang

 

The site for this Dreaming is Yumari, a collection of rocks west of Kintore in the Gibson Desert. Yumari is the site of a forbidden love union between a Japaljarri man and a Nangala woman. This Dreaming was passed down to the artist by a Pintupi man. In contemporary Warlpiri paintings traditional iconography is used to represent the Jukurrpa, associated sites and other elements. In this work concentric circles are often used to represent ‘warnirri’ (rock holes).

Pamela Napurrurla Walker was born in 1957 at Mt Doreen Station, an extensive cattle breeding station about 55 km west of Yuendumu in the Northern Territory of Australia. She was born into a large Warlpiri family and has three brothers and six sisters. Her father, Towser Jakamarra Walker (Dec) was not only one of the senior men in the Warlpiri community at Yuendumu but also a well-known artist who painted for Warlukurlangu Artists. Both her parents have passed away. Pamela finished Primary School at the local School in Yuendumu, a remote Aboriginal community 290 km north-west of Alice Springs, where has lived most of her life. However, she lived in Nyrripi for 2 years where she also has family. She has two daughters and many nieces and nephews.

Pamela has been working with Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation, an Aboriginal owned and governed art centre in Yuendumu since 1994 but it wasn’t until 2006 that she began to paint full time. She paints her father’s jurkurrpa, Dreamings which relate directly to her land, its features and the plants and animals that inhabit it. These stories were told to her by her father, stories that have been passed down through the millennia.

Pamela’s paintings have strong iconic themes that are colourful and bold. When Pamela is not painting or looking after her family she likes to go hunting, especially for bush potato.

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