Margaret Napangardi Lewis - SOLD
Born in 1952, Margaret is a Warlpiri woman who lives in Nyirripi and works with the official Aboriginal art centre at Yuendumu.
An established senior artist, she is the sister of internationally acclaimed artist Dorothy Napangardi Robertson.
Her artworks have been widely exhibited in Australia and overseas, and are part of a number of major public institutions, such as:
National Gallery of Victoria Art Gallery of South Australia
Margaret often paints “Mina Mina Jukurrpa”, a Dreaming related to country located far west of Yuendumu on the border of the Tanami and Gibson Desert.
Mina Mina is a very important women’s dreaming site and has a long story in which a large group of ancestral women of all ages travel through the country dancing and performing ceremonies and creating the country as they go.
Title: Mina Mina Dreaming, 2017
Acrylic on canvas
Price: Sold (US Collector)
In this painting we can see the snake vines represented by the sinuous lines, 3 important sites (waterholes) visited by the women, and more abstractly the sand hills, and the women dancing.