Judy Manany and Megan Yunupingu: Bawalamirr-wayin– All the Birds and Animals - Art Collector

(Left) Judy Manany, Worrwurr (owl), 2014. Ochre & Fixative on Milkwood, 41 x 13 x 11cm. (Right) Megan Yunupingu, Worrwurr, 2014. Natural Ochres on Milkwood with PVA Fixative, 43 x 15 x 14cm. Both images: courtesy the artists and Alcaston Gallery, Melbourne

Alcaston Gallery is pleased to present new sculpture by senior Elcho Island artists Megan Yunupingu and Judy Manany.


Inspired by their natural environment, both artists have created an outstanding collection of hand-carved wooden sculptures painted in ochre, including pelicans and diving birds, the ceremonial cat, and the important totem for the Yirritja moiety, the Worrwurr (Owl).


Exhibition opens: 2-4pm Saturday 15 November 2014
Exhibition closes: 28 November 2014
Location: Alcaston Gallery, 11 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy VIC 3065
Contact: 03 9418 6444
Email: art@alcastongallery.com.au


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