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Judy Mengil / Binjin to Kumburumba
100cm x 76cm Ochre on Canvas, 2016View more from artist
100cm x 76cm Ochre on Canvas, 2016
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c. 1950 – 2017
Judy was born on Newry Station and grew up learning about station life. After Newry her mother and step father shifted to Carlton Hill station where her mother worked in the kitchen. Judy watched all the older women working as cooks and making breads. She also lived at Ivanhoe Station and Argyle Station. In 1965 her mother died and welfare shifted Judy and her sister to Beagle Bay Mission. She returned from the mission in 1971 and settled in Kununurra.
Judy has four children. She started painting in the mid 1990’s. She mostly painted the country around Binjin – Bucket Springs (Keep River National Park N.T.) which is her mother’s country and Milligan near Bullo River (Northern Territory) which is her father’s country. She painted these places to keep alive the stories and places of her parents so that she was able to pass knowledge to her children and grandchildren.
Judy passed away after a short illness in early 2017. A strong, proud Miriwoong Elder, she is a huge loss to both the art world and the Miriwoong people.
• Heyson Prize, Adelaide
• Warrgebarrenkoo, Fremantle Art Centre, Perth
• East Kimberley Show, Short Street Gallery, Broome
• 20th Tesltra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award, Darwin
• Waringarri -Three Women, Framed Gallery, Darwin
• Introducing Waringarri Artists, Seva Frangos at Span Galleries, Melbourne
• Judy Mengil & Phyllis Ningamarra, Mossenson Galleries, Collingwood
In this painting Judy has depicted a dreamtime story from her country.
“In the dreamtime Kaylo cut her leg and let herself bleed to stop the flood waters from flooding Binjin (Bucket Springs)”.
The hill at the top is Doojum Hill, the circle there is a spring and rest of the area on the hill is a cave in Doojum Hill. The white dots represent the flood waters trying to get through to the country and the red represents Kaylo’s blood trying to stop the flood waters from getting through. The area where the water and blood meet in the centre of each other is where the battle began and ended. The bottom of the painting is the country of Kumburumba.
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