Alcaston Gallery presents new paintings by Betty Kuntiwa Pumani and Marina Pumani Brown.
This exhibition highlights the creative artistic visions of mother and daughter, as they each uniquely portray their sacred landscape in the APY Lands of South Australia.
Pumani is a respected senior artist and traditional custodian of the significant site of Antara, her mother’s country. Pumani creates her own visual language to evoke the beauty, power and energy of the land through her highly sophisticated and contemporary paintings. Like her mother and ancestors before her, Pumani passes down the long line cultural knowledge to her daughter Brown, who embodies the next generation of strong female Anangu artists.
This exhibition is open by appointment. Please contact the gallery for a suitable viewing time. This exhibition can also be viewed on the gallery website. View exhibition here.
An online catalogue is also available. View catalogue here.