Collection: Gladys Napurrurla Anderson

The work of Tartukula Artist Gladys Anderson is inspired by the rugged landscape of the Barkly. Scattered with vast cattle stations, this semi-arid environment is a hive of agricultural activity. Having spent much of her life in Alroy Downs and Rockhampton Downs, a great deal of Gladys' works depict the bores and windmills that cover the eponymous stations that surround these communities. Gladys is a prolific artist whose style is among the most recognisable among the Artists of Barkly. Her distinctive use of bright colour, cartoon like creatures and playful scenes of country are highly distinct and utterly singular in the broader landscape of Aboriginal art. She has become best known for the ducks which inhabit her whimsical landscapes.
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