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Dotty has been involved in creating public art works, including Lyons suburb at Lee Point, where she has supplied painted canvas as well as murals and tile designs. She has also contributed to the painting of the water tank at East Arm, which tells the story of the Larrakia.
Denise started at the Larrakia Nation Art Centre in 2005. After years of painting on canvas and fabric from her home in Karama, Denise now works on large scale public art projects like the Darwin airport & Lyons Park rock sculpture and design.
Peter Garamanak Browne is a Wulna and Larrakia elder. Peter paints on canvas and is also a carver, sculptor and printer. Peter has work purchased and exhibited in the British museum and is the artist of this beautiful Danggalaba lantern.
Kenny Reid is a talented painter and carver who grew up in the Northern Territory. He has been painting for 20 years and produces both traditional and contemporary art. Kenny’s family dreaming stories are the “Itchy Billabong” and “Octopus”.
James Gaston has a unique view on the world, swaying from more traditional styles in his art to sometimes quirky images. James has a robust intellect and a vivid imagination to which his images resonate.
Creating art has been a family tradition for Jack that has been handed down to him to continue. Jack has been creating art for over 16 years. Jack’s artwork reflects the land and sea of the country on which his lives and where he ancestors reside.
Among countless roles as actor, cultural dancer, community and cultural development worker, writer, film/play director and writer, Ali also played the role of the grieving Grandmother in the film Yolngu Boy. Ali is an artist linked to The Australian Playwrights Conference, The Darwin Theatre Company, Browns Mart Theatre, Darwin Community Arts and Corrugated Iron Youth Arts.