Julie Nangala Robertson

Julie Nangala Robertson, daughter of famed Warlpiri artist Dorothy Napangardi, paints Pirlinyanu, rocky outcrops and Water Dreaming

 

Mina Mina Jukurrpa by Julie Nangala Robertson Shirley

Julie Nangala Robertson Shirley  |  Mina Mina Jukurrpa

Jap 022098  |  acrylic on linen  |  61 x 46 cm

Add To Enquiry Cart    ► How To buy

Mina Mina Jukurrpa by Julie Nangala Robertson Shirley

Julie Nangala Robertson Shirley  |  Mina Mina Jukurrpa

Jap 022108  |  acrylic on linen  |  91 x 91 cm

Add To Enquiry Cart    ► How To buy

Mina Mina Jukurrpa by Julie Nangala Robertson Shirley

Julie Nangala Robertson Shirley  |  Mina Mina Jukurrpa

Jap 022107  |  acrylic on linen  |  107 x 107 cm

Add To Enquiry Cart    ► How To buy

Mina Mina Jukurrpa by Julie Nangala Robertson Shirley

Julie Nangala Robertson Shirley  |  Mina Mina Jukurrpa

Jap 022096  |  acrylic on linen  |  76 x 46 cm

Add To Enquiry Cart    ► How To buy

Pirlinyanu by Julie Nangala Robinson

Julie Nangala Robinson  |  Pirlinyanu

Jap 017249  |  acrylic on linen  |  152 x 91 cm

Unavailable

Mina Mina Jukurrpa by Julie Nangala Robertson Shirley

Julie Nangala Robertson Shirley  |  Mina Mina Jukurrpa

Jap 022109  |  acrylic on linen  |  61 x 30 cm

Add To Enquiry Cart    ► How To buy

Pirlinyanu by Julie Nangala Robinson

Julie Nangala Robinson  |  Pirlinyanu

Jap 018951  |  acrylic on linen  |  152 x 76 cm

Unavailable

Julie Nangala Robertson was born in 1973 and spent her early life around Warlpiri painters working in Alice Springs and Yuendumu. Julie began painting when still a young woman, and developed her style of refined dot painting that had some of the rhythms and movements of her mother Dorothy Napangardi’s paintings of the Mina Mina Dreaming site. Julie Nangala Robertson tends to paint using a close palette of earth colours with black and white, and emphasises the flow of the designs associated with her country.

As the traditional custodian of Ngapa Jukurrpa (Water Dreaming) Julie’s paintings rely on her creative pursuit of a unique blend of stylised experimentation and ancient narrative to express the story and culture of her ancestors.  While Julie Nangala Robertson’s palette most typically consists of whites, greys and earth colours, she also paints in combinations of red, black and white to create bold contemporary works. Julie is sometimes wrongly recorded under the name Julie Nangala Robinson, which relates to an historical mistake with her mother’s name.