Maisie Campbell Napaltjarri Paintings

Maisie Campbell Napaltjarri - Pintupi artist, paints Women’s ceremonial themes from Kintore region. Artworks available for sale.


Kapi Tjukurrpa by Maisie Campbell Napaltjarri

Maisie Campbell Napaltjarri  |  Kapi Tjukurrpa

Jap 015718  |  $3,600 $2,600  |  acrylic on linen  |  122 x 91 cm

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Tjukurrpa – Women’s Ceremony by Maisie Campbell Napaltjarri

Maisie Campbell Napaltjarri  |  Tjukurrpa – Women’s Ceremony

Jap 008412  |  $5,800 $3,900  |  acrylic on linen  |  152 x 122 cm

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Maisie Campbell Napaltjarri paints the Tjukurrpa, or Dreamings, that have been handed down in her family line for countless generations. The Tjukurrpa depict the sites associated with women’s ceremonies referred to as Minyma Inmaku. These  sites are located in the area between Kintore and Kiwirrkurra in Western Australia, and Maisie paints them in aerial perspective, showing the elements of the country that are sacred for her people.

Many of the sacred rockholes in the Kintore region are maintained as important ceremonial sites by Pintupi people. Kapi is the Pintupi word used to refer to water, and the location of these sites is critical to both the physical and spiritual survival of the Western Desert people.

Aboriginal art status – Highly regarded artist.

Selected Group Exhibitions

2006  Towards Black and White, Japingka Gallery, Fremantle WA
2009  Watiyawanu Artists, Japingka Gallery, Fremantle WA
2014  Desert Song, Japingka Gallery, Fremantle WA