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  • Anwekety (Conkerberry) von Polly Ngale

    90cm x 60cm

    Punkte in diesem Gemälde stellen Anwekety (Konkerbeeren) dar, deren Traumgeschichte zu Pollys Land Ahalpere gehört. Conkerberries sind eine beliebte süße schwarze Beere. Sie wachsen nur ein paar Wochen im Jahr auf der Pflanze ( Carissa lanceolata ). Das Volk der Ahalpere sammelte jedoch reichlich davon, lagerte sie trocken und legte sie vor dem Verzehr erneut in Wasser ein. Der Conkerberry-Baum ist ein wirrer, stacheliger Strauch, der bis zu 2 m hoch werden kann. Nach dem Regen blühen duftende weiße Blumen. Es weist auch medizinische Eigenschaften auf.

    • This painting comes unstretched and rolled in a tube. See our Custom Stretching page for stretching options.
    • Size of painting: Approx 90cm x 60cm
    • Border: Approx 6cm strip of black canvas border; enough required for wrapping around a 2cm or 3cm deep stretcher frame which is the popular choice for framing Aboriginal art.
    • Material: Synthetic polymer paint on canvas
    • This painting comes with a Certificate of Authenticity

    Polly Ngale
    Skin name: Ngale 
    Language group: Anmatyerre 
    Country: Ahalpere
    Area: Utopia Region, Central Australia
    Born: c. 1936
    Deceased: 2022

    Polly Ngale was considered one ofthe most accomplished painters to have come from Utopia.Born sometime around 1936, Polly was first introduced to the medium of batik in the late 1970's before commencing painting in the 1990's.

    Watching Polly paint, you saw the ultra focus and the joy. She appeared to be under a trance like state, even to the point of missing the paint pot on her next daub, rarely looking away from the painting as she scooped up more paint with the brush and painted the next layer. Paint on the floor around her, on her hands, was inevitable. But she would pause often and gesture across the canvas: 'good one' she would say.

    Polly painted the Conkerberry Story. The sweet little conkerberries are called anwekety in Polly's native language and are sacred to the people of Ahalpere country. It is said that in the Dreamtime, 'winds blew from all directions carrying the seed of this sweet black berry over the land. The first conkerberry then grew, bore fruit and dropped more seeds. Winds blew these seeds all over the Dreaming lands.'

    Painting was an extension of ceremonial song and dance in that it paid homage to the anwekety and the ancestors.

    Polly Ngale's paintings were a labour of love. Large paintings took a lot of time and effort, particularly towards the end. She was, after all, still painting in her late 80's before she passed away.

    The superimposed dotting technique Polly employed with a paintbrush was used to create vivid, almost multi-dimensional patterns of colour, and it has been said she was able to 'convey a deep emotion and sensory experience for the viewer', similar to fellow Utopian Emily Kame Kngwarreye.

    Polly was married to Emily's brother from Alhalkere, and together they had seven children. Polly passed away peacefully in August 2022 in Alice Springs.

    NOTABLE COLLECTIONS + EXHIBITIONS

    Polly's artwork has appeared in the Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Award since 2003. Her honourable mention as a 2004 finalist was followed by representation at the Contemporary Art Fair in Paris at the Grand Palais Champs Elysees. Polly was also exhibited in the exhibition Emily Kngwarreye and her Legacy at the Hillside Forum Daikanyama Tokyo in 2008 alongside fellow Utopian Emily Kame Kngwarreye's work

    This painting is shipped unstretched and rolled in a tube, with free delivery worldwide.

    We want everyone to be able to enjoy Australian Aboriginal art and so we absorb the cost of shipping both domestically and internationally 🖤

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    Delivery times vary depending on the destination and you may use this Australia Post link to estimate your delivery time. The dispatch post code is 3081. 

    Have your new painting arrive ready to hang (Australian deliveries). We work with a framer to get your artwork stretched and delivered ready to hang so you don't have to worry about anything. 

    Choose the applicable size from our Custom Stretching page and simply add to cart.

    Aboriginal art timber stretcher frame

    Catalogue: UL018261
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    100 % Original

    Dieses Gemälde ist eine echte Originalkreation, die der Künstler sorgfältig mit Acrylfarben handgemalt hat.

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