Roque Lee (traditional name: Gullawun) is Larrakia, a Traditional Owner of the Darwin Region. He belongs to a large and highly respected Larrakia family and has lived in the Top End all his life. Roque’s areas of expertise include: Welcome to Country speaker and didgeridoo performer Bush & Cultural Knowledge speaker Painting and sculpting workshop facilitation (painting, […]
Danella Lee (Nutburra Nutburra) was born in 1961. Her areas of expertise include: Art workshop facilitation Exhibiting artist Exhibition coordination and sales Cultural Image Design Danella’s mother is Larrakia (Traditional Owner of the Darwin Region). Danella has travelled extensively but now resides in Darwin: Clan: Larrakia, Darwin N.T Skin: Dhua Art Practice I started painting in […]
Dale Austin’s areas of expertise include: Corporate gifts and awards (painted carvings, paintings) Exhibiting artist Cultural Image Design Born in 1976, Dale Austin is an artist in painting and carving. He was born in the Australian Capital Territory in 1976. His father was a survivor of the stolen generations and the continuation of handing […]
Clinton’s areas of expertise include: Workshop facilitation: Visual Art, Dance and Spear-Making & Spear-Throwing Exhibiting Artist Cultural Image Design Clinton Gaykamangu was born in 1970 and is originally from Arnhem Land but now lives in Darwin with his wife and children. Language: Yolngu Matha Clan: Gupapuyngu Totem: Main totem is Birrkuda, Sugar Bag Honey Clinton’s explanation […]
Christine is a contemporary artist who has been painting since 1996. Her unique painting style represents hunting bush tucker, the seasons and her totems. Her areas of expertise include: Exhibiting artist (painting, textiles) Art workshop facilitation Image design Family history Christine was born in Darwin in 1967 and lived there most of her life. She is […]
This short video begins with a segment of June’s speech, followed by a glimpse of a performance by the Kenbi Dancers. June Mills is a well known Darwin identity – a traditional owner of Larrakia land, the country on which Darwin is built and the surrounding area. Her areas of expertise include: Welcome to Country […]
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.
Pauline Baban (Paw Paw) is a Larrakia woman and a long standing member of the Larrakia Nation’s Governing Committee and has played a role in recoding Larrakia historical materials. Pauline translates traditional motifs of bush tucker into etchings. Pauline has been practicing as an artist since 2002.
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.