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Anna Tilmouth Napangardi born circa 1950

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Anna Tilmouth Napangardi is an established Australian artist. Being the granddaughter of Ada Bird Petyarre (1930-2009) Anna inherited the family artistic gene, and has been influenced by the family heritage. Emily Kngwarreye (1910-1996) was Anna's teacher.

Anna Tilmouth paints the family Dreamtime stories in own unique style. Anna is recognized as a modern abstract artist. She perfectly complements earth tones with contemporary vibrant plums, pinks and yellows. Anna Tilmouth Pengarte state-of-the-art work has the sheer physical presence of the much contemporary work of art with illusion of multi-dimensional space and depth. Anna Tilmouth work is represented in Australian and oversees collections.

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Artist: Anna Tilmouth
Title:
AT06040-1 Ngulunga plant
Synthetic Polymer Paint on Belgian linen on Board
Framed Size: 45 cm x 45 cm
Price:
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Artist: Anna Tilmouth
Title:
AT06040-2 Ngulunga plant
Synthetic Polymer Paint on Belgian linen on Board
Framed Sizes: 45 cm x 45 cm
Price:
$550  Enquire
Anna comes from a long line of famous artists, she is the daughter of June Bird and Johnny Tilmouth, the niece of one of Australia’s most prominent Aboriginal artists Emily Kame Kngwarreye and the granddaughter of artist Ada Bird Petyarre

Anna Tilmouth
Title:AT6040-3 Ngulunga plant

Synthetic Polymer Paint on Belgian linen on Board
Framed Sizes: 45 cm x 45 cm
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Artist: Anna Tilmouth
Title: AT6040-5
Ngulunga plant
Synthetic Polymer Paint on Belgian linen on Board
Framed Size: 45 x 45 cm
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Artist: Anna Tilmouth
Title: Ngulunga plant AT6040-4
Synthetic Polymer Paint on Belgian linen on Board
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Artist: Anna Tilmouth
Title: Ngulunga plant Cat. No. MB034615
Medium: Synthetic Polymer Paint on Belgian linen on Board
Image size: 93 cm x 35 cm
Framed size: 103 cm x 45 cm

The painting has the sheer physical presence of the much contemporary work of art

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Biography

Anna Tilmouth Napangardi

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The Dreamtime is the period in which life was created according to Aboriginal culture. Dreaming is the word used to explain how life came to be; it is the stories and beliefs behind creation. It is called different names in different Aboriginal languages, such as: Ngarranggarni, Tjukula Jukurrpa.

Born:  Anna Tilmouth Napangardi was born around 1950

Language Group: Anmatyerre, her Country is Utopia Region

Medium: Painting Synthetic Polymer Paint on Belgian linen, Acrylic on Canvas, Wood Sculpture

Subject(s) Awelye (Women’s Ceremony and body paint designs), Ngulunga (plant), Bush Foods, Mulga Story Figures

Anna and her people come from Bushy Park, her parents were artists and her paintings depict her father’s dreaming, where both the men and women collect the honey from the Mulga Tree for Women’s Ceremony and also the body paint for women’s ceremony.

Born in 1950, Anna Tilmouth Napangardi is influenced by Minimalism and Abstract Expressionism.

Anna Tilmouth Napangardi was born in 1950 in Utopia, Central Desert Australia, North-east of Alice Springs. Anna comes from a long line of famous artists, she is the daughter of June Bird and Johnny Tilmouth, the niece of one of Australia’s most prominent Aboriginal artists Emily Kame Kngwarreye and the granddaughter of artist Ada Bird Petyarre.

Anna like many Utopian women, are able to showcase diversity in their dreaming. In Anna’s case, her dreamtime stories include, Travelling Women, Women’s Ceremony, Bush Seeds and Body Paint, all of which are significant to the creation of and the connection to the land. Anna’s works have been exhibited throughout Australia and the United States of America, but most notably, Anna’s work was selected for the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art prize in 1998.

Anna’s unique style of painting incorporates highly detailed dot work with contemporary illustrations, particularly women’s footsteps in her ‘Travelling Women’ dreaming. The colours used in Anna’s works perfectly complement each other as she uses a combination of earth tones set off with vibrant plums, pinks and yellows. 

 

AWARDS

1998 selected for the 15th prestigious National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Award

Anna Tilmouth work is successfully sold on the Worldwide Market.

Anna has grow up with a strong tradition of making art, a daughter of June Bird and Johnny Tilmouth, and a niece of the most notable Australian artist Emily Kngwarreye (1910-1996) and a granddaughter of a renown Utopian artist, Ada Bird Petyarre (1930-2009) a significant member of the important group to develop the Utopian Art Movement.

Anna work has the presence of the much contemporary work of art. Anna creates inspiring paintings with fascinating accuracy of intricate details and subtle shades of colour to attain almost three Sizeal effect.

Anna Tilmouth shows a strong confidence in her individual painting style, often experimenting with new designs and she has a great sense of colour. Anna says that the designs in her paintings are inspired by the Ngulunga plant. The Ngulunga has beautiful yellow flowers with thick bristles and is found near Anna’s home land in the Utopia region.

 

COLLECTIONS

Anna Tilmouth Napangardi work has been represented around the world including:

Art and Soul Gallery Nashville Tennessee USA

Cove Gallery Portland Oregon USA,

New City Merchants Knoxville Tennessee USA

Umpqua Bank Portland Oregon USA

 Portland Art Museum Portland Oregon USA

Mary's Woods Portland Oregon USA

Urban Wine Works Portland Oregon USA

and many private collections around Australia and worldwide

 

EXHIBITIONS

2000 Mbantua Gallery, Alice Springs NT

2002 Mbantua Gallery - Art and Soul Gallery Nashville Tennessee USA

2002 Mbantua Gallery - The Cove Gallery Portland Oregon USA (Benefit - OHSU Heart Research Centre)

2002 Mbantua Gallery - Urban Wine Works Portland Oregon USA (Benefit – OHSU Heart Research Centre)

2002 Mbantua Gallery - Mary's Woods Portland Oregon USA (Benefit – OHSU Heart Research Centre)

2003 Mbantua Gallery - New City Merchants Knoxville Tennessee USA

2003 Mbantua Gallery - Art and Soul Gallery Nashville Tennessee USA

2003 Mbantua Gallery - Art and Soul Gallery Nashville Tennessee USA (Benefit - OHSU Heart Research Centre)

2003 Mbantua Gallery - Contemporary Aboriginal Art Event, Umpqua Bank Portland Oregon USA (Benefit - OHSU Heart Research Centre)

2003 Mbantua Gallery - Mary's Woods Portland Oregon USA (Benefit - OHSU Heart Research Centre)

2003 Mbantua Gallery - Art From The Dreamtime, Portland Art Museum Portland Oregon USA (Benefit - OHSU Heart Research Centre)

2004 Mbantua Gallery USA exhibition; Portland, Nashville and Greenwich

Anna comes from a long line of famous artists, mother June Bird father Johnny Tilmouth she is a granddaughter of artist Ada Bird Petyarre (1930-2009). Emily Kngwarreye (1910-1996) is Anna's great-aunt. Living in a creative environment and influenced by her family heritage, Anna began painting early.

 

Anna’s dreamtime stories include, Travelling Women, Women’s Ceremony, Bush Seeds and Body Paint, all of which are significant to the creation of and the connection to the land.

Anna’s works have been exhibited throughout Australia and the United States of America, but most notably, Anna’s work was selected for the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art prize in 1998.

Anna’s unique style of painting incorporates highly detailed dot work with contemporary illustrations, particularly women’s footsteps in her ‘Travelling Women’ dreaming.

The colours used in Anna’s works perfectly complement each other as she uses a combination of earth tones set off with vibrant plums, pinks and yellows. 

Anna’s dreamtime stories include, Travelling Women, Women’s Ceremony, Bush Seeds and Body Paint, all of which are significant to the creation of and the connection to the land.

Anna’s works have been exhibited throughout Australia and the United States of America, but most notably, Anna’s work was selected for the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art prize in 1998.

Anna’s unique style of painting incorporates highly detailed dot work with contemporary illustrations, particularly women’s footsteps in her ‘Travelling Women’ dreaming.

The colours used in Anna’s works perfectly complement she uses a combination of earth tones set off with vibrant plums, pinks and yellows. 

The Dreamtime is the period in which life was created according to Aboriginal culture. Dreaming is the word used to explain how life came to be; it is the stories and beliefs behind creation. It is called different names in different Aboriginal languages, such as: Ngarranggarni, Tjukula Jukurrpa.

 

 

Source & FURTHER REFERENCES 

Aboriginal Artists of the Western Desert - A Biographical Dictionary" by Vivien Johnson, published by Craftsman House 1994

"The Oxford Companion to Aboriginal Art and Culture" edited by Sylvia Kleinert and Margo Neale published by OUP 2000

Australian Aboriginal Artist Encyclopedia” dictionary of biographies” Kreczmanski, Janusz B & Birnberg, Margo (eds.)

Aboriginal Artists: Dictionary of Biographies: Central Desert, Western Desert & Kimberley Region (JB Publishing Australia, Marleston, 2004

Brody, A. 1989 Utopia women’s Paintings: the First Works on Canvas, A summer Project

1988-89 exhib. Cat. Heytesbury Holdings, Perth Brody

A. 1990 Utopia, a picture Story, 88 Silk Batiks from the Robert Homes a Court Gallery and gallery Collection

Heytesbury Holdings LTD Perth NATSIVAD database;  Latz, P. 1995, Bushfires & Bushtucker, IAD Press, Alice Springs.

Latz, P. 1995, Bushfires & Bushtucker, IAD Press, Alice Springs.

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