regina wilson

In 2000 Regina Wilson and Theresa Lemon represented the Peppimenarti Community at the Contemporary Art Biennale staged as part of the Pacific Arts Festival in Noumea. And in 2003, Regina Wilson was named the winner of the General Painting category of the Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres-Strait Islander Art Award, drawing further attention to the artistic output of this vibrant community. More recently, Regina was chosen as a finalist in the 2008 Wynne prize at the Art Gallery of NSW.

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Anne-Carmel Nimbali Wilson

Anne-Carmel Nimbali Wilson, a Ngan'gikurunggurr woman born 21 Feb 1983, started painting in 2000, following in the footsteps of her mother Regina Wilson.

Anne-Carmel’s work often depicts the durrmu designs (dot body painting) in a beautifully intricate, layered style using warm, dark colours. She also paints bush tucker scenes and weaving designs.

Anne-Carmel also works for Night patrol and lives in Peppimenarti with her husband and two young daughters.

Nimbali is one of the many talented, emerging artists from Durrmu Arts, and a testament to the art program’s longevity.

Jeremy Rhee

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