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Nora Nocketta Nagarra / Four Tribes – Purnululu
90cm x 120cm Ochre on Canvas, 2008View more from artist
90cm x 120cm Ochre on Canvas, 2008
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(c. 1935 – 2015)
Nora was born on Turner River Station, south of Purnululu in the East Kimberley c.1935. Her full sister is Phyllis Thomas, also a senior artist at Turkey Creek (Warmun). Nora worked on Turner River Station as a youngster, carrying out the normal station duties of feeding and looking after the nanny goats, then domestic duties as she became older.
Nora was a specialist dot artist and her medium was bush ochre. The technique she used is unfortunately becoming more difficult to acquire, as the younger artists prefer the landscape painting. The content of her paintings consist of Turner Station (Kartang Rija) and Purnululu to Turkey Creek. Her knowledge of the land from her early days of walking through it with her family was extensive and her paintings reflect this.
Nora lived at Warmun Community until she passed away in 2015. Her paintings have been collected worldwide and her works are highly sort after as they reflect traditional dot art beautifully executed.
– ‘Greetings From Turkey Creek’, Mary Place Gallery, Sydney, NSW
– ‘Little Ochres – Paintings from the East Kimberley, Japingka Gallery, Fremantle
– ‘Warmun Art Centre Presents’, Mary Place Gallery, Sydney, NSW
– ‘Group Warmun Exhibition’, Hogarth Galleries, Sydney, NSW
– ‘The Two Nora’s’, Art Mob, Tasmania (with Nora Wompi)
– ‘Group Warmun Exhibition’, Gadfly Gallery, Perth, WA
– ‘Group Warmun Exhibition’, Span Galleries, Melbourne, VIC
– ‘Ngurrara’, Japingka Gallery, Fremantle, WA
– ‘Bush Garden’ Japingka Gallery, Fremantle, WA
– Hogarth Galleries, Paddington, Sydney, NSW
– Short Street Gallery, Broome, WA
This is about a meeting of the Four Tribes around here. Kitja, Walmajirri, Mirriuwong and Jaru long time ago in our country. They met to speak about law and country. Those shapes north, south, east and west are the camping spots for the tribes. Those two waterholes in the middle were for water and tucker, you need them when you’re out bush for a long time.
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