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Greeny Purvis Petyarre / Yam Dreaming (1A)
120cm x 120cm Acrylic on Linen, 2006View more from artist
120cm x 120cm Acrylic on Linen, 2006
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c. 1930 – 2010
– First National Aboriginal Art Award Exhibition, Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin
– Araluen Arts Centre, Alice Springs
– Dreamings, Dacou Gallery, Adelaide
– From Beneath the Earth – Utopian Artists, Dacou Gallery, Adelaide
– Dreaming of the Desert, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide
– Nangra, Stiching Sind-Jan, Brugge, The Netherlands
– Quadrivium Gallery, Sydney
– Aboriginal Art Galerie Baehr, Speyer, Germany
– Dreamings, Spazio Pitti Arte, Florence, Italy
– Dreamings, Vlaams-Europeesch Conferentiecentrum, Brussels, Belgium
– Museum Dorestad, The Netherlands
– Utopia, BMG Art, Adelaide
– Dacou Gallery, Adelaide
– Mbantua Gallery, Alice Springs
– Utopia: Tradition and Innovation. Recent work by the artists of Utopia, Hogarth Galleries, Sydney
– Mary Place Gallery, Sydney
– Contemporary Art of Australian Aborigines, Freiburg, Germany (in co-operation with Aboriginal Art Gallery Baehr, Speyer)
– Art of the Aborigines, Leverkusen and Dormagen, Germany (in co-operation with – Aboriginal Art Gallery Baehr, Speyer)
Dream Paths. Contemporary Paintings of Australian Aborigines, Stadtische Gallery, Traunstein, Germany (in co-operation with Aboriginal Art Gallery Baehr, Speyer)
– Das Verborgene im Sichtbaren (The Unseen in Scene), Stadtische Gallery Wolfsburg, Germany (in co-operation with Aboriginal Art Gallery Baehr, Speyer)
– Recounting the Essence of Life. Art from Australia. Kunstforum HDZ, Bad Oeynhausen, Germany (in co-operation with Aboriginal Art Gallery Baehr, Speyer)
– The Strength and The Light, Art From Australia, Neuer Kunstverein Aschaffenburg, Germany (in co-operation with Aboriginal Art Gallery Baehr, Speyer)
– Glen Eira City Gallery, Melbourne
– Chapel Off Chapel, Melbourne
– Gallerie Le Temps du Reve, France
– Stadtgalerie Bamberg Villa Dessauer, Bamberg, Germany (in co-operation with Aboriginal Art Gallery Bähr, Speyer)
– Art Gallery of South Australia
– Artbank, Sydney
– Private and corporate collections worldwide
Greeny’s painting depicts design elements associated with the Pencil Yam story from Alhalkere country. The growth of the yam to its maturity is reflected by the coloured lines in the painting. The yam seed is represented by the dot work throughout the painting. Greeny’s artworks appeared to reflect his unpretentious personality, quietly unassuming but with the feeling of endurance and respect.
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