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Peggy Purvis Petyarre (B.1948)  paintings share on your Share on your Facebook

Biography: Peggy Purvis is considered a modern Abstract artist. Her paintings are powerful aerial landscapes that have the physical presence of much contemporary work of art. Peggy Purvis was involved with the batik movement during the 1980’s at Utopia, her work features in prestigious book 'Utopia A Picture Story'. Peggy is related to many renowned Australian artists Gloria Petyarre (1945), Kathleen Petyarre, Glory Mills Petyarre (1932) and Anna Petyarre. Peggy work is represented in a number of significant collection including Austral Gallery Regional Art Commission St Louis USA, Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association collection, Homes a Court Collection, Art Gallery of South Australia, Richard Kelton Foundation Santa Monica, Kerry Stokes collection, Art Bank and numerous private collections in America, England, Japan, Singapore and Europe.

Click to Enlarge: Peggy Purvis, Cat. no. PKPO6040-2, Synthetic polymer on Belgian linen on board, Image Size: 33 x 33 cm, Framed Size: 45 x 45 cm
Peggy Purvis
Cat. no.
PKPO6040-2
Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen on board
Image Size: 33 cm x 33 cm
Framed Size: 45 cm x 45 cm
Price: $330  Buy Now
Click to Enlarge: Peggy Purvis, Cat. no. KPO7044-2, Synthetic polymer on Belgian linen on board, Image Size: 33 x 33 cm, Framed Size: 45 x 45 cm
Peggy Purvis
Cat. no. PKPO7044-2
Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen on board

Image Size: 33 cm x 33 cm
Framed Size: 45 cm x 45 cm
Price: $330  Buy Now
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Click to Enlarge: Peggy Purvis, Cat. no. PKPO6040-1, Synthetic polymer on Belgian linen on board, Image Size: 33 x 33 cm, Framed Size: 45 x 45 cm
Peggy Purvis
Cat. no.
PKPO6040-1
Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen on board
Image Size: 33 cm x 33 cm
Framed Size: 45 cm x 45 cm
Price: $330  Buy Now
SOLD: Peggy Purvis, Cat. no. PKPO7044-2, Synthetic polymer on Belgian linen on board, Image Size: 33 x 33 cm, Framed Size: 45 x 45 cm
Peggy Purvis
Cat. no.
PKPO7044-2
Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen on board
Image Size: 33 cm x 33 cm
Framed Size: 45 cm x 45 cm
Price: SOLD
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Fair Trade – Australian Indigenous Art Trade AssociationPeggy Purvis Kemarre Biography

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Peggy Purvis is considered a modern Abstract artist. Her paintings are powerful aerial landscapes that have the physical presence of much contemporary work of art. Peggy Purvis was involved with the batik movement during the 1980’s at Utopia, her work features in prestigious book 'Utopia A Picture Story'. Peggy is related to renowned Australian artists Gloria Petyarre (1945), Glory Mills Petyarre (1932), Anna Petyarre, Kathleen Petyarre. . Peggy work is represented in important collection including Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association collection, Homes a Court Collection, Art Bank Sydney, Art Gallery of South Australia , Richard Kelton Foundation Santa Monica, Kerry Stokes collection and also private collections in America, England, Japan, Singapore and Europe.

Peggy Purvis Petyarre was born circa (1940 -1948) at Utopia, Northern Territory and is part of the Anmatyerre tribe.  Peggy’s sisters are Annie, Angela and Susan Pununga.  Peggy is also related to renowned artist Gloria Petyarre.

Peggy paints a variety of dreaming, including kangaroo dreaming, pumpkin dreaming and bush tucker dreaming. ‘Bush Tucker Dreaming’ is an aerial depiction of Peggy’s country.  Peggy paints captivating and inspiring landscapes with intricate dotting layers which gives the presence of a multi-dimensional, contemporary work of art.

Peggy Purvis paints inspiring landscapes with intricate details, her paintings represent the powerful physical presence of the much contemporary work of art. Peggy Purvis was was involved with the batik movement during the 1980’s at Utopia.

Peggy work is represented in Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association collection, Alice Sprigs, Art Bank, Sydney. Homes a Court Gallery and gallery Collection, Perth, Art Gallery of South Australia, America, England, Japan, Singapore and Europe.

COLLECTIONS
Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association collection, Alice Springs
Art Bank, Sydney
Homes
a Court Gallery and gallery Collection, Perth
Art Gallery of South Australia; 
Mbantua Gallery Museum Collection Alice Springs
private and public collections
in
America, England, Japan, Singapore and Europe.

Peggy Purvis sisters Annie, Angela and Susan, and mother Lorna Pununga are also artists, related to the renowned Central Australian artist Gloria Pitjara (Petyarre). Peggy paints her mothers dreamings which include Kangaroo and Engedkina, pumpkin dreaming, amongst other general dreamings from the Utopia region.

Peggy Purvis spends most of her time in the Utopia homelands community but also paints at Gloria’s studio in Alice Springs. Peggy is not a prolific painter, and was involved with the batik movement during the 1980’s at Utopia. Like her sister Wendy Kunoth Mpetyane, painting and carving are two mediums she uses.

EXHIBITIONS
2002 Mbantua Gallery - Art and Soul Gallery, Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.A
2002 Mbantua Gallery - 'The Cove Gallery' Portland, Oregon U.S.A. (Benefit - OHSU Heart Research Centre)
2002 Mbantua Gallery - Urban Wine Works, Portland, Oregon U.S.A. (Benefit – OHSU Heart Research Centre)
2002 Mbantua Gallery - Mary's Woods, Portland, Oregon U.S.A (Benefit – OHSU Heart Research Centre)
Aug-Sep 2004 Mbantua Gallery USA exhibition; Nashville and Knoxville, Tennessee

Artist Peggy Purvis Mpetyane Born c. late 1940’s   Language Group Anmatyerre
Country Utopia Region, N E Alice Springs
Medium Silk Batik, Acrylic on canvas and linen, Wood carving, Seed necklaces
Subject(s) Women’s Stories, Awelye (women’s ceremony and body
paint designs), Bush Foods, Alpar (Rat tail plant)

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.

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PKPO6040-1

 Peggy Purvis, Cat. no. PKPO6040-1, Synthetic polymer on Belgian linen on board, Image Size: 33 x 33 cm, Framed Size: 45 x 45 cm

Peggy Purvis Petyarre

Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen on board

Aerial depiction of Peggy’s country cat. no. PKP06040-1

Painting is housed in a modern frame showcasing the state-of-the-art expression, can hang vertical or horizontal.

Image Size: 35 x 35cm

Framed Size: 45 x 45 cm

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PKPO6040-2

Peggy Purvis, Cat. no. PKPO6040-2, Synthetic polymer on Belgian linen on board, Image Size: 33 x 33 cm, Framed Size: 45 x 45 cm

Peggy Purvis Petyarre

Aerial depiction of Peggy’s country cat. no. PKP06040-2

Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen on board

Painting is housed in a modern frame showcasing the state-of-the-art expression, can hang vertical or horizontal.

Image Size: 35 x 35cm

Framed Size: 45 x 45 cm

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Painting is housed in a modern frame showcasing the state-of-the-art expression, can hang vertical or horizontal.

 

PKPO7044-2

Peggy Purvis, Cat. no. KPO7044-2, Synthetic polymer on Belgian linen on board, Image Size: 33 x 33 cm, Framed Size: 45 x 45 cm

Peggy Purvis Petyarre

Aerial depiction of Peggy’s country cat. no. PKP7044-2

Synthetic polymer paint on Belgian linen on board

Painting is housed in a modern frame showcasing the state-of-the-art expression, can hang vertical or horizontal.

Image Size: 35 x 35cm

Framed Size: 45 x 45 cm

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Galeria Aniela sells top-quality fine art, only of impeccable provenance, please contact us visit the gallery, Email  or  phone +612 4465 1494

Mrs. Bennett, Nyurapayia Nampitjinpa (1935-2013), Eileen Bird (1960), Lindsay Bird (1935), Barney Campbel (1928-2007), Lorna Fencer (1924-2006), Robin Granites (1953 ), Katie Kemarre (1943), Lily Lion (1964), Patsy Long (1952), Elizabeth Marks (1959), Maureen Morgan (1970), Audrey Morton (1952), Gracie Morton (1956), Lucky Morton (1951), Ruby Morton (1968), Joy Nakamarra (1959), Lilly Kelly Napangardi (1948), Pansy Napangardi (1947), Wentja 2 Napaltjarri (1923), Colleen Nampitjinpa (1953), Ningura Napurrula (1938), Long Jack Phillipus (1932), Anna Petyarre (1965), Gloria Petyarre (1945), Gloria Mills Petyarre (1932), Ngoia Pollard (1948), Jeannie Mills Pwerle (1965), Minnie Pwerle (1910-2006), Judy Purvis (1962), Maureen Purvis (1962), Peggy Purvis (1940), Barbara Reid (1962), Jimmy Robertson (1944-2002), William Sandy (1944), Margaret Scobie (1948), Billy Stockman (1927), Anna Timouth (1955, Don Tjungarrayi (1938), Charlie Tjapangarti (1949), Ronnie Tjampitjinpa (1944), Bobby West (1958), Peggy White (1949)

 

Charles Blackman (1928), Arthur Boyd (1920-1999), David Boyd (1924-2011), Jamie Boyd (1948), Guy Boyd (1923-1988), Lenore Boyd (1957), Nathaniel Boyd (1983), Ray Crooke (1920), Bogdan Fialkowski (1943), Stephen Glassborow, Pamela Griffith (1943), Col Henry (1940), Robin Holliday (1932), Pin Hsun Hsiang (1958), Janusz Kuzbicki (1954), Danielle Legge (1953 ), Regina Noakes (1958), John Olsen (1928), Margaret Olley (1923-2011), John de Burgh Perceval (1923-2000), Celia Perceval (1949), Tessa Perceval (1947), Dino Rogliani (1932), Nancy Ross (1935-2010), Kinga Rypinska (1954), Garry Shead (1942), Andrew Sibley (1933), Alan Somerville (1938), Peter Smith (1938-2005), Gaye Spencer (1954), Michael Vaynman (1974), Susan Weaver (1958), Brett Whiteley (1939-1992)

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