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Ruby Morton Kngwarreye (B.1968)  Ngwarrey Ngwarai  paintings share on your  Share on your Facebook

Biography: Ruby Morton Kngwarreye is an important painter in the same tradition as her mother Mary Morton and sisters Audrey Morton (1952), Gracie Morton 1956) and Lucky Morton (1951) are all renowned Australian artists. Emily Kame Kngwarreye (1910-1996), one of the most famous Australian artists is also in Ruby's family. Ruby work is represented worldwide Art Bank Sydney, Queensland Art Gallery, Homes a Court Collection, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Art Gallery of South Australia, National Gallery of Victoria. Raised by a generation of indigenous artists of the 1970s, when Western craft practices and traditional Indigenous imagery were combined for the first time, Ruby Morton inherited the creative artistic gene. Ruby creates quality stunning paintings that are appreciated by art collectors. Ruby work has the physical presence of much contemporary work of art. She paints with the fascinating accuracy of intricate details and subtle shades of colour, her images seem to move with the viewer’s eyes and floats in air, giving an impression of the multi-dimensional appearance.

Click to Enlarge: Ruby Morton, Rainbow Cat. No. 7045-1, Acrylic on Belgian Linen on Board, Framed: 45 x 45 cm
Ruby Morton
Rainbow Cat. No. 7045-1
Acrylic on Belgian Linen on Board
Framed: 45 x 45 cm
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 Price: $450
Click to Enlarge: Ruby Morton, Rainbow Cat. No. 7045-3, Acrylic on Belgian Linen on Board, Framed: 45 x 45 cm
Ruby Morton
Rainbow Cat. No. 7045-3
Acrylic on Belgian Linen on Board
Framed: 45 x 45 cm
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Click to Enlarge: Ruby Morton, Rainbow Cat. No. 7045-4, Acrylic on Belgian Linen on Board, Framed: 45 x 45 cm
Ruby Morton
Rainbow Cat. No. 7045-4
Acrylic on Belgian Linen on Board
Framed: 45 x 45 cm
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Click to Enlarge: Ruby Morton, Rainbow Cat. No. 7045-2, Acrylic on Belgian Linen on Board, Framed: 45 x 45 cm
Ruby Morton
Rainbow Cat. No. 7045-2
Framed: 45 x 45 cm
Acrylic on Belgian Linen on Board
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Click to Enlarge: Ruby Morton, Cat. No. MB-RM33044, Acrylic on Belgian Linen on Board, Framed: 125 x 55 cm
Ruby Morton
Cat. No. MB-RM33044
Framed:
125 x 55 cm
 Acrylic on Belgian linen on Board

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DETAIL: Click to Enlarge: Ruby Morton, at. No. MB-RM33044, Acrylic on Belgian Linen on Board, Framed: 125 x 55 cm
Ruby Morton
DETAIL: Cat. No. MB-33044
Framed Size:
125 x 55 cm
 Acrylic on Belgian Linen on Board

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$1,500
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Fair Trade, Australian Indigenous Art Trade AssociationRuby Morton Biography

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Ruby Morton Kngwarreye is an important painter in the same tradition as her mother Mary Morton and sisters Audrey Morton (1952), Gracie Morton 1956) and Lucky Morton (1951) are all renowned Australian artists. Emily Kame Kngwarreye (1910-1996), one of the most famous Australian artists is also in Ruby's family. Ruby work is represented worldwide Art Bank Sydney, Queensland Art Gallery, Homes a Court Collection, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Art Gallery of South Australia, National Gallery of Victoria.

Raised by a generation of indigenous artists of the 1970s, when Western craft practices and traditional Indigenous imagery were combined for the first time, Ruby Morton inherited the creative artistic gene. Ruby creates quality stunning paintings that are appreciated by art collectors. Ruby work has the physical presence of much contemporary work of art. She paints with the fascinating accuracy of intricate details and subtle shades of colour, her images seem to move with the viewer’s eyes and floats in air, giving an impression of the multi-dimensional appearance.

Ruby Morton Ngwarai Kngwarrey, Ngwarrey was part of the original group of women to be taught batik, the same tradition as her mother, Mary Morton, her sisters and aunties.

Ruby Morton work has the physical presence of much contemporary work of art. Ruby creates inspiring paintings with the fascinating accuracy of intricate details and subtle shades of colour that moves with the viewer’s eyes and floats in air, giving an impression of the multi-dimensional effect. Ruby Morton creates beautifully balanced, top-quality, inspiring paintings that are in high demand represented in major private throughout the world including Queensland Art Gallery, Homes a Court Collection, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Art Gallery of South Australia, National Gallery of Victoria, Art Bank, Sydney and more.

COLLECTIONS:
Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane
Homes a Court Collection, Perth
Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth
Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide

National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Art Bank, Sydney
Mbantua Museum, Alice Springs, NT Australia


EXHIBITIONS

1989 Utopia Women’s Paintings, the First Works on Canvas, A Summer Project,
1988-89, S.H. Ervin Gallery, Sydney
1990 Utopia- A Picture Story, an exhibition of 88 works on Silk from the Holmes a Court Collection by Utopia artists which toured Eire And Scotland
1990 Balance 1990: views, visions, influences QAG, Brisbane
1991 Flash Pictures, National Gallery of Australia
1998 Dreamings, Spazio Pitti Arte, Florence
1998 Dreamings, Vlaams- Europeesch Conferentiecentrum, Brussels, Bulgium
1998 Art Centre Meerzigt, Zoetermeer, The Netherlands
1998 Art Gallery ‘Culture Store’, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
1999 Mbantua Gallery, Alice Springs N.T. Australia.
2004-2006 Evolution of Utopia, Mbantua Gallery Cultural Museum, Alice Springs

Ruby has painted designs that represent all of her Dreamtime stories. The stories that are featured in this painting include Rainbow (boor-la-da), Ilyarn and Ilyarnayt, Tharrkarr (sweet honey grevillea), Yerramp (Honey ant) and also a variety of Alpeyt (flowers). All of Ruby's Dreamtime stories belong to her countries Ngkwarlerlanem and Arnkawenyerr.

Artist: Ruby Morton Ngwarai (Kngwarrey, Ngwarrey) Born 1968
Language: Alyawarr
Country: Ngkwarlerlanem and Arnkawenyerr Utopia Region, N E of Alice Springs
Medium: Acrylic on canvas and linen, Silk Batik, Wood Carving

Subjects:
Awelye (Women’s Ceremonial Body Paint Design),
Rainbow Dreaming, Alhepalh (type of wattle),
Ilyarn and Ilyarnayt,
Camp Dog (Carving),
Bush Seed (Ilyarnaty and Ilyarn),
Camp Scenes, Country

Rainbow

Rainbow like a dream represents hope, success and good fortune, joy and love, prestige, status and fame. The rainbow is also seen as a bridge between your earthly, grounded self and the higher, spiritual self. It refers to joy and happiness in your relationship. Rainbow with white colour signifies heightened spirituality and purity.

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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Ruby Morton, Rainbow Cat. No. 7045-1, Acrylic on Belgian Linen on Board, Framed: 45 x 45 cmRainbow  RubyO7045-1

Ruby Morton

Acrylic on Belgian Linen on Board

Image Size: 35 x 35cm

Framed Size: 45 x 45 cm

Painting is fitted to hang in vertical and horizontal and it is housed in a modern timber frame, showcasing the state-of-the-art expression.

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Rainbow like a dream represents hope, success and good fortune, joy and love, prestige, status and fame. The rainbow is also seen as a bridge between your earthly, grounded self and the higher, spiritual self. It refers to joy and happiness in your relationship. Rainbow with white colour signifies heightened spirituality and purity.

 

 Ruby Morton, Rainbow Cat. No. 7045-3, Acrylic on Belgian Linen on Board, Framed: 45 x 45 cmRainbow RubyO7045-3

Acrylic on Belgian Linen on Board

Image Size: 35 x 35cm

Framed Size: 45 x 45 cm

Painting is fitted to hang in vertical and horizontal and it is housed in a modern timber frame, showcasing the state-of-the-art expression.

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 Ruby Morton, Rainbow Cat. No. 7045-4, Acrylic on Belgian Linen on Board, Framed: 45 x 45 cmRainbow RubyO7045-4

Acrylic on Belgian Linen on Board

Image Size: 35 x 35cm

Framed Size: 45 x 45 cm

Painting is fitted to hang in vertical and horizontal and it is housed in a modern timber frame, showcasing the state-of-the-art expression.

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Ruby Morton, Rainbow Cat. No. 7045-2, Acrylic on Belgian Linen on Board, Framed: 45 x 45 cmRainbow RubyO7045-2

Acrylic on Belgian Linen on Board

Image Size: 35 x 35cm

Framed Size: 45 x 45 cm

Painting is fitted to hang in vertical and horizontal and it is housed in a modern timber frame, showcasing the state-of-the-art expression.

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Ruby Morton, Cat. No. MB-RM33044, Acrylic on Belgian Linen on Board, Framed: 125 x 55 cmMB-RM033044

Ruby Morton

Acrylic on Belgian Linen on Board

Image: 93 x 33 cm

Framed: 125 x 45 cm

Painting is fitted to hang in vertical and horizontal and it is housed in a modern timber frame, showcasing the state-of-the-art expression.

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DETAIL: Ruby Morton, Cat. No. MB-RM33044, Acrylic on Belgian Linen on Board, Framed: 125 x 55 cm

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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 Greeny 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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