Rosina Tirak, b. c. 1985, is a Ngan’gikurunggurr woman who lives at Peppimenarti with her young family.
Rosina started painting not long after Durrmu Arts establishment in 2001 and her work has been included in a number of group exhibitions around Australia and in Singapore.
Rosina’s work is highly distinctive; she depicts weaving designs using organic lines and ochre colours. She also paints fi, the sand-palm twine used for weaving string bags and fish-nets, and durrmu (dot body painting designs).
She juggles her painting with work at the local Peppimenarti School.
2014 Durrmu Arts, Marshall Arts, SA
2014 Durrmu Arts, Outstation Gallery, NT
2014 Emerging Artists, Tunbridge Gallery, WA
2013 Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair
2010 Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair
2009 Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair
2008 Ancient Culture. Modern Art, Club 21 Gallery, Singapore
2007 Peppimenarti, Chalk Horse Gallery, NSW
2007 Peppimenarti Open Day
2003 Awa Yedi I Falmi Warrim Pek Durrimu, Peppimenarti