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  • About the Artists

    Our vibrant and dynamic artists are from the Utopia region; a large remote area of Central Australia which, until recently, had no government funded art centre. As a result of their pioneering efforts, they have one of the strongest and richest art histories.

  • Betty

    Just shy of 70, Betty is most happy when she is out bush hunting and gathering. It is where she feels connected to country and culture.

    Her vibrant illustrations of country have been included in many art prizes and exhibitions both in Australia and abroad.


    Daughter to Betty, mother to Nakita Inkamala, friend to many. Alyawarr woman from Ampilatwatja. Bush traveller. Lover of life. Known to those close to her as Mitjui; her beautiful bush name.


    Married to Laurie Morton Kngwarreye with three beautiful children. Her dream life is to live on country, live of the bush food it provides and make bush medicines.


    "I was born in Utopia, out bush but I live in Ampilatwatja. I am from a local old family, the Morton’s. I paint bush medicine plants. We used to drink bush medicine to treat skin problems and sores. I like to paint dots, and bush medicine."