Ingrid Treacle | Artist Profile

Details of Ingrid Treacle

About

The third of five sisters, Ingrid was born in Fregon where she spent her early years living with her family. She attended Fregon School during her primary years, then went to Alice Springs for her secondary education at Yirara College. She also spend time at Ingle Farm High School in Adelaide.
Ingrid began painting in the Arts Centre in Fregon in the mid 1990's, mainly in the walka style. She draws on the rich tradition of aboriginal culture, and connection to country, for the imagery in her paintings. Her work has developed to include the Seven Sisters tjukurpa handed down to her by her father.
Ingrid is previously an Anganu Education Worker at the Fregon School. She works now as an arts worker at Kaltjiti Arts assisting with the administration and management of the art centre.
Ingrid is the 2017 Chairperson and director of the Kaltjiti Arts Board.

GROUP EXHIBITION

2018 March : Steadfast - Works from Kaltjiti Short Street Gallery Broome WA
2016 Desert Mob Show 2016 Araluen Galleries Alice Springs NT
2016 Paul Johnstone Gallery KILILPI-TILI PULKA IRNYAN- Bright Shining Stars by the Artists of Kaltjiti
2015 Tarnanthi Art Fair Tandanya NACI Adelaide SA
2015 Desert Mob Show Araluen Galleries Alice Springs NT
2015 The Gallery Shop, Potts Point, Sydney NSW
2015 St Ignatius College Art Show 2015, Adelaide SA
2015 Shinsegae Exhibition Korea ( Desart cultural exchange)
2014 Our Mob Show Araluen Art Centre Alice Springs NT
2011 Shalom Gamarada Ngiyani Yana, Sydney
2011 Spirit of Country, Seymour College Exhibition, Adelaide, SA
2007 Impressions on Paper, Canberra, ACT
2006 Desert Mob, Araluen Centre for the Arts, Alice Springs, NT
2005 Desert Mob, Araluen Centre for the Arts, Alice Springs, NT

Artworks of Ingrid Treacle

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