Anastasia Naiya Wilson

Anastasia Naiya Wilson, a Ngan’gikurunggurr woman born in c. 1975, is Regina Pilawuk Wilson’s middle daughter and an emerging artist at Durrmu Arts.

Anastasia has inherited her mother’s dingo dreaming and often paints this subject using dark ochres and black and white. More recently, Anastasia has been developing her weaving designs on canvas, as a result of the 2009 Basil Hall Editions workshop where she produced two etchings and one collagraph – all based on traditional wupun (coil basket) and warrgadi (dilly bag) designs.

 

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2014        Durrmu Arts, Marshall Arts, SA
2014        Durrmu Arts, Outstation Gallery, NT
2013        STRARTA Art Fair, SAATCHI Gallery, JGM Art, UK
2013        Katherine Prize, Highly commended, NT
2012        Weaving Designs by Durrmu Arts, Nomad Art, NT
2012        Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair
2011        Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair
2010        Prints and Pandanus, Nomad Art, NT
2010        Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair
2009        Close at Hand, Caruana & Reid Fine Art, NSW
2009        Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair
2008        Weaveworlds, Chalk Horse, NSW
2007        Peppimenarti Open Day
2003        Awa Yedi I Falmi Warrim Pek Durrimu, Peppimenarti


COLLECTIONS

Parliament House Collection, Canberra
Artbank Collection, Australia

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