Bush Plum Flowers


118 × 91 cm


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About Belinda Golder Kngwarreye

Belinda Golder Kngwarreye is an Anmatyerre artist from the Utopia regions of Central Australia. She was born in 1986 at Mulga Bore. She has strong artistic family connections, most famously her grandmother, leading Utopian artist Polly Ngale. Her mother Bessie and sister Janet are also very accomplished artists. Belinda paints the Bush Plum story that she inherits from her grandmother. The Bush plum is known as anwekety and only fruits for a few weeks of the year. In the Jukurrpa Dreaming story the bush plum seeds were blown all over the ancestral lands  by the winds and they bore fruit on Utopia lands which became part of the food of the Anmatyerre people.

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Dimensions118 × 91 cm