Pepai Jangala Carroll – Ngaylu nyanganyi ngura winki (I can see all those places) by Belinda Briggs, Alison Milyika Carroll, Luke Scholes, Pepai Jangala Carroll

Pepai Jangala Carroll – Ngaylu nyanganyi ngura winki (I can see all those places) by Belinda Briggs, Alison Milyika Carroll, Luke Scholes, Pepai Jangala Carroll

Kunmanara Carroll was a Luritja, Pintupi and Pitjantjatjara man based in Pukatja and working from Ernabella Arts. Carroll was born in 1950, in Haasts Bluff, and later moved to Papunya when the new settlement was created there. He went to school in Papunya before moving to Areyonga, where he finished school, and then travelling on donkey with his family to Eagle Bore, a homeland just north of Ernabella. He has been living in Ernabella ever since.

After a long career in a range of community roles, Carroll began painting at Ernabella Arts in 2009, and in 2011 he was introduced to ceramics. Concerned with passing on cultural knowledge, Kunmanara Carroll has found his paternal homeland an unwavering source of inspiration and the recurrent subject within his oeuvre of paintings and ceramic sculpture.

Publisher: Wakefield Press
ISBN: 9781743058664
Jacketed hardback
280 x 235 mm
136 pages


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  • Weight: 1080gm

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