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Paddy Fordham Wainburranga / Crows, Magpies & Brown Quails

SKU: PF758

38cm x 53cm Acrylic on Linen, 2003

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38cm x 53cm Acrylic on Linen, 2003


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38cm x 53cm Acrylic on Linen, 2003

Paddy Fordham Wainburranga
Born:    c. 1932 – June 2006
Region: Southern Arnhem Land, South West Arnhem
Language:       Rembarrnga
Local Group (clan): Mirraytja
Social Affiliations: Dhuwa moiety, Gela subsection
Paddy is an elder of the Rembarrnga tribe.  As such he has worked in music, dancing and story – telling as a way of life quite apart from painting and sculpture.  He is called on frequently to participate in ceremonies all around the Northern Territory. Paddy is also called upon to take part in events of national importance to Aboriginal people.  
In 1988, on the occasion of the Bicentennary of white colonisation of Australia, Paddy took a prominent part in the Aboriginal memorial, completing some 30 of the 200 hollow log coffins made to commemorate Aboriginal deaths since colonisation. He also attended the 5th Pacific Festival of Arts and Culture in Townsville as leader of the Beswick Dancers, and in the same year made a film "Too many Captain Cooks", to put forward an Aboriginal view of Australian history. Paddy's work often depicts the spirit figures of his country.
Memorial Award for Mawalan's eldest son, [Best artwork in open media] National Aboriginal Art Award, Northern Territory Museum of Arts and Sciences, Darwin 
Telecom Australia Prize, $15,000 National Aboriginal Art Award, NT  Museum of Arts and Sciences, Darwin
Too many Captain Cooks (d: Penny McDonald) 1988. (C)
Selected Collections
Artbank, Sydney
Berndt Museum of Anthropology, University of Western Australia
Flinders University Art Museum, Adelaide
Museum of Victoria, Melbourne
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
National Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour, Sydney
The Holmes a Court Collection, Perth

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