Work of exceptional women at Kew-Y-Ahn

Filed : Aboriginal Arts, Kew-y-Ahn Gallery, Projects .

On International Women’s Day we are excited to have new work in our Kew-Y-Ahn Aboriginal Gallery from two wonderful artists from the Central West.

Nyree (Ngari) Reynolds (above left, with one of her paintings above right) is an establised Wiradjuri artist based in Blayney NSW.  Nyree is the resident artist of Caminka Art, is a descendant of the Wiradjuri people and has been painting all her life.

Nyree’s paintings have been sold all over Australia and overseas, including private collections in England, USA, Hong Kong, Switzerland and Germany.

​Nyree has a selection of limited edition prints, paintings and cards available.

We are also lucky to have a new emerging artist who is exhibiting her work in our gallery for the first time.

Christine Evans (above left with her new painting ‘Bathurst River’ above right) is a Darug woman based in Bathurst NSW. Christine picked up the brush later in life with a desire to share artworks inspired by her dreams and stories told to her by her mother.
Christine has a number of bright artworks fresh off the easel for sale.

Call in to the gallery Tues – Sun 10am – 4.20pm to check out these and other works from Aboriginal artists across the Central West.

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