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Bush Medicine Leaves

Price
£695
Painting medium: Acrylic paint

Unframed

Original

Gallery: AALondon Gallery

Ships from: United Kingdom

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Description

About the artwork
JACINTA NUMINA - Artist from the Utopia Central Desert RegionDaughter of highly regarded elder and women's business story keeper Barbara Price Mtjimbana, Jacinta went to primary school at Stirling Station near Tennant Creek.  Later Jacinta went to Kormilda College in Darwin for high school as did most of her sisters, The Numina Sisters. Jacinta is one of the elder sisters of these six well known desert artists and also has three brothers. Like her sisters and mother she comes from a long line of desert painters of the contemporary Aboriginal art and dot-dot central desert movement from well renowned painter aunties: Gloria and Kathleen Petyerre, who are well established artists in Alice Springs. Jacinta lives in Darwin where her works are collected by universities, art dealers and art lovers from around the world. She regularly travels back to home lands to visit family.

Specification

Medium Acrylic paint
Support Canvas
Framed? No
Subjects Abstract,
Style Aboriginal
Original or Edition? Original
Certificate of Authenticity Yes
Year created 2020
Artwork Dimensions: 190 X 87 X 1 X cm

About Jacinta Numina

Daughter of highly regarded elder and women's business story keeper Barbara Price Mtjimbana, Jacinta went to primary school at Stirling Station near Tennant Creek. Later Jacinta went to Kormilda College in Darwin for high school as did most of her sisters, The Numina Sisters. Jacinta is one of the elder sisters of these six well known desert artists and also has three brothers.Like her sisters and mother she comes from a long line of desert painters of the contemporary Aboriginal art and dot-dot central desert movement from well renowned painter aunties: Gloria and Kathleen Petyerre, who are well established artists in Alice Springs.

Jacinta lives in Darwin where her works are collected by universities, art dealers and art lovers from around the world. She regularly travels back to home lands to visit family. The Bush Medicine Leaves Dreaming knowledge story is a popular theme of the Numina Sisters. Many women from the Peytre, Mambitji and Numina family name hold custody of the story and knowledge keepers of painting series-themes such as Bush Medicine Leaves, Bush Tucker, Seeded, Soakage and Women's Ceremony amongst others, in common with other skin groups across the vast arid creek beds and red sand of central Australia.