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Abadjura, , b. 1904
Bark paintings and carvings by Abadjura were collected by the Art Gallery of Western Australia in the 1960s.
Abbakoyok, Alma, b. 1949
Indigenous artist from the Kunwinjku tribe born in 1949. Abbakoyok is known for her plaiting and dyeing work with woven string baskets.
Abbott, Mary, b. 1943
Arrente/Luritja speaker born in Hermannsburg. Mary Abbott began painting with the Jukurrpa group in 1988.
Abdulla, Ian, b. 1947
Ian Abdulla is a contemporary Indigenous artist who was born at Swan Reach in South Australia.
Abdulla, Rodney, b. 1947
Painter, wood carver and screenprinter. Abdulla has exhibited throughout South Australia and at the Salt Lake Art Centre, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.
Ackland, Chris, b. 1971
South Australian painter who exhibited in the 2006 and 2007 'Our Mob' exhibitions.
Adams, Margaret, b. 1941
Indigenous painter, Margaret Adams was born in Moree in Central Western NSW in 1941. In 2005 she was a finalist in the Parliament of NSW ...
Ah Kee, Vernon, b. 1967
Vernon Ah Kee is a draughtsman, photographer, screen-printer, video and text based installation artist who was included in the 2008 Biennale of Sydney.
Ah-See, Douglas Keith
Douglas Keith Ah-See of NSW has worked as an art teacher for Wellington TAFE College, NSW and was a finalist in the 2005 Parliament of ...
Aird, Michael
Aboriginal / Torres Strait Islander artist. In 1996 he established Keeaira Press, a small publishing house, to record aspects of Aboriginal history and culture.
Aitken, Sandra
Sandra Aitken of is of Gunditjmara descent and is a weaver, painter, screenprinter and tapestry worker residing in Victoria.
Albert, Tony, b. 1981
Brisbane-based artist, Tony Albert's work often discusses and recycles genuine Aboriginalia, including kitsch, mass-produced objects such as plaster heads and black velvet paintings. Albert was ...
Alimankinni, Jane
Jane Alimankinni is an artist from Bathurst Island, Northern Territory.
Allan, Mary Nangala, b. 1950
Anmatyerre artist Mary Allan Nangala resides at Mt Allan, which is also her heritage country.