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Space for movement and flow

October 20, 2017 1 min read

Pink long skinny Jeannie Mills Pwerle painting

Measuring 180cm x 60cm, Utopia artist Jeannie Mills Pwerle is able to find space to develop movement with her brushstrokes and keep the painting flowing. Her panel sized pieces, large and small, tend to be her most sought after works - quite simply for this reason.

If you are looking for a feature artwork that brings great depth and substance but isn't overbearing for your space, consider a piece by Jeannie Mills Pwerle in this size.

Alternatively, small pieces of the same size can look great hung in sets of 3 or 4 (with just a small gap in between) to simulate the same kind of energy flow. If you've got your very own at home, give this a try.

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Jeannie paints the Anaty (Desert Yam) Dreaming. The brush work represents the yam and its bright magenta flower (both pictured below), while the dot work depicts the seed. 
 

   

Jeannie is a highly respected artist from Utopia and has become well recognised for this style. In 2008, a large painting by Jeannie was accepted into the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards, the most prestigious Aboriginal art award in Australia.

Jeannie is also well respected in her community, living a traditional life at Utopia as a ngangker (traditional healer).

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