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Biography: Peggy White Nakamarra (born around 1949) has been painting for over 50 years, working for Warlpiri Community Artists. Peggy comes from a long line of renowned artists. Peggy White Nakamarra work is represented in collections in Australia, America and England including National Museum of Poland Warsaw, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Art Bank Sydney, Art Gallery of NSW, Queensland Art Gallery, Homes a Court Collection, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Art Gallery of South Australia, Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association Collection in Alice Springs in the Northern Territory.

Click to Enlarge: Peggy White Nakamarra (B.1949), Ancestral Snake Wisdom and Abundance (2002), Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen, Image Size: 123 cm x 80 cm, Framed Size: 162 cm x 120 cm
Peggy White Nakamarra
Ancestral
Rainbow Serpent, Wisdom and Abundance, 2002
Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen
Image Size: 123 cm x 80 cm
Framed Size: 162 cm x 120 cm

Price: $11,000  Buy Now
Click to Enlarge: Peggy White Nakamarra (B.1949), Ancestral Snake Wisdom and Abundance (2002), Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen, Image Size: 123 cm x 80 cm, Framed Size: 162 cm x 120 cm
Peggy White Nakamarra
Ancestral Rainbow Serpent, Wisdom and Abundance, 2002
Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen
Image Size: 123 cm x 80 cm
Framed Size: 162 cm x 120 cm
Price: $11,000  Buy Now
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Fair Trade – Australian Indigenous Art Trade AssociationPeggy Nakamarra White biography

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Works by Peggy Nakamara White (1949– ) The Collection of Art Gallery of New South Wales.

Peggy Nakamarra White has been painting for over 40years, she comes from a long line of renowned artists.

COLLECTIONS
Art Bank Sydney
Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney
Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane
Homes a Court Collection, Perth
Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth

Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide
Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin
Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association collection, Alice Springs

National Museum of Poland in Warsaw and private collectors and corporate Australia, America, Europe and England

For a number of years Peggy White Nakamarra has been working for Warlpiri Community Artists. Peggy Nakamarra White pays particular attention to details deciphering her ancestral Dreaming stories to good quality and inspiring paintings.

The central design of her paintings represent the Sacred Site of North Mission Creek.  The three central circles depict the water holes and the adjoining lines represent the river. The dashes in between the curvy lines symbolize the Ancestral Snake spears and the two small black circles are his homes. The “U” shapes depict women digging for water. Women dig for water in the damp areas creating soakage.

NOTES about Ancestral Rainbow  Snake

The Ancestral Rainbow Snake also known as the Rainbow Serpent, participates in the creation of the world and represents Wisdom and Fertility, signify the journey to acquire Wisdom and the Wealth, Abundance and joy of Fertility.

The Rainbow Serpent or Rainbow Snake is a common deity, often a creator god, in the mythology and a common motif in the art of Aboriginal Australia. It is named for the obvious identification between the shape of a rainbow and the shape of a snake. Some scholars have suggested that the link between snake and rainbow suggests the cycle of the seasons and the importance of water in human life. When the rainbow is seen in the sky, it is said to be the Rainbow Serpent moving from one waterhole to another, and the divine concept explained why some waterholes never dried up when drought struck. There are innumerable names and stories associated with the serpent, all of which communicate the significance and power of this being within Aboriginal traditions. It is viewed as a giver of life, through its association with water, but can be a destructive force if angry. The Rainbow Serpent is one of the oldest continuing religious beliefs in the world and continues to be a cultural influence today. (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

Peggy depicts the Ancestral Rainbow Snake travel from Winbarrku to Lilliba. Ancestral Snake stopped during his journey at six sites performing ceremonies. The sacred sites are symbolized as the concentric circles, they are Winbarrku, Yuendemu, Mission Creak West of Yuendemu, North of Mission Creak - Place of the Water Hole, Lama Valley and Lilliba. The central design represents the Sacred Site of North Mission Creek. The three central circles depict the water holes and the adjoining lines represent the river. The dashes in between the curvy lines symbolize the Ancestral Snake spears and the two small black circles are his homes. The “U” shapes depict women digging for water. Women dig for water in the damp areas creating soakage.

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Journey of Ancestral Snake

Peggy White Nakamarra (B.1949), Ancestral Snake Wisdom and Abundance (2002), Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen, Image Size: 123 cm x 80 cm, Framed Size: 162 cm x 120 cm

Peggy White Nakamarra (B.1949)

The Rainbow Serpent
participates in the creation of the world,
Wisdom & Abundance (2002)

Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen

Image Size: 123 cm x 80 cm

Framed size: 162 cm x 120 cm

The painting is housed in a modern quality timber frame with gold leaf and white timber board, showcasing the state-of-the-art expression. The painting is fitted to hang vertical or horizontal orientation.

Provenance:
Warumpi Community Art Centre
in Alice Springs, was the first Art Center operated fully by Aboriginal artists
include: Billy Stockman, Long Jack Phillipus, William Sandy

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Peggy White Nakamarra (B.1949), Ancestral Snake Wisdom and Abundance (2002), Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen, Image Size: 123 cm x 80 cm, Framed Size: 162 cm x 120 cm

Peggy White Nakamarra

The Rainbow Serpent
participates in the creation of the world,
Wisdom & Abundance (2002)

Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen

Image Size: 123 cm x 80 cm

Framed size: 162 cm x 120 cm

housed in a modern quality timber frame with gold leaf, white timber board, showcasing the state-of-the-art expression. The painting is fitted to hang vertical or horizontal.

PROVENANCE: Warumpi Community Art Centre in Alice Springs, the first fully operated by Aboriginal artists: Billy Stockman, Long Jack Phillipus, William Sandy

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