Nyree Reynolds is an exhibiting artist at the Kew-Y-Ahn Aboriginal Gallery at Hartley Historic Site.
Nyree (Ngari) Reynolds (b. 1948) is a Wiradjuri artist and art tutor based Blayney in the Central West region of NSW.
Nyree’s paintings have been sold all over Australia and overseas, including private collections in England, USA, Hong Kong, Switzerland and Germany.
Work available at the gallery includes cards, prints and her book ‘Wiradjuri Woman: her Story’.
In describing her body of work, Nyree explains:
“As an Aboriginal woman of the Wiradjuri Nation I like to tell stories through my paintings. As part of my art practice I paint the Aboriginal children of the Stolen Generations blending into the landscape, their own Country from which they were removed. My hope is that when people view my work they will leave with a new understanding of people who have been taken away from their family, home and Country. That they are real people with real stories to be told. Then I know my painting narratives have achieved what I hoped they would”.
[last updated August 2023]
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