Vicki Cullinan | Artist Profile

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“There were only a few houses in the community when I was young, there used to be four little tin sheds in a row, one of the tin sheds belonged to my family, we used to make a small fire inside and drink hot tea. Back then there was a lot of water in the rock holes and there were tjukitjis (underground springs) in the ridge and around Mt Chandler – we were always outdoors playing and swimming. I’ve been painting at Iwantja for many years now, my paintings show the country and tell stories that I know, I often paint the story of the Seven Sisters – it’s special to me. When I’m painting, I think about how to make the painting strong, I don’t worry about other things at home or outside, it’s peaceful and I’m in a quiet place.”

2016 Ngura: Country, Short St Gallery, Broome, WA
2015 Indigenous Literacy Exhibition, McCulloch and McCulloch, Sydney
2015 Nganampa Ngura, Nganampa Tjukurpa (Our Land, Our Stories) Artitja Fine Art, Perth
2015 TARNANTHI Art Fair, Tandanya Adelaide
2015 Our Mob Art Prize, Adelaide Festival Centre, Adelaide
2015 Artitja Fine Art, Perth WA
2014 Artitja Fine Art, Perth WA
2014 Desert Mob, Araluen Art Centre, Alice Springs
2014 Pukulpa Pots, Mr Kitly, Melbourne
2013 Japingka Gallery, Fremantle WA
2013 Art Mob, Hobart Tasmania
2013 Anita Chan Lai Gallery, Hong Kong
2013 Tunbridge Gallery, Perth WA
2012 Desert Mob, Araluen Art Centre, Alice Springs
2012 Mossenson Gallery, Perth
2012 Mossenson Gallery, Melbourne
2011 Desert Mob, Araluen Art Centre, Alice Springs
2010 Artitja Fine Arts, Perth WA
2009 Seymour College Retrospective, Adelaide
2008 Desert Mob, Araluen Art Centre, Alice Springs
2007 APY Lands Regional Exhibition, Spoleto and Milan, Italy

2015 Janet Holmes à Court Collection

Artworks of Vicki Cullinan

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