Linda Anderson Jonggarda

In this painting Linda has depicted a claypan or dried up water hole where the bushflowers and grass have grown in between the cracks of mud.
Linda  is a renowned artist from Papunya, as well as teacher/educator - for over 20 years at Papunya School.  She has held the position of Vice President of Papunya Community Council. She is the daughter of Nosepeg Tjupurrulla, (who had an important role in the establishment of Papunya Community in the 60’s),
She is a well known and respected artist, both in Australia and overseas.

Exhibitions: “Papunya Tjupi:  A New Beginning”  2007, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, Sydey

Source:  National Museum of Australia, Canberra

The Certificate of Authenticity with this artwork has been issued by Papunya Tjupi Arts, including some of the information about the artist, photo of the artist and the artwork style and themes.  More detailed information is available on the Certificate.



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