Artist | DAISY JAPULIJA


Australian Indigenous (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) artwork by DAISY JAPULIJA of Mangkaja Artists. The title is My Country. [454/18] (Acrylic Paint on 3mm Poly-Carbonate)

DAISY JAPULIJA

My Country

Australian Indigenous (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) artwork by DAISY JAPULIJA of Mangkaja Artists. The title is Billabongs. [150/17] (Acrylic Paint on 3mm Poly-Carbonate)

DAISY JAPULIJA

Billabongs

Australian Indigenous (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) artwork by DAISY JAPULIJA of Mangkaja Artists. The title is Billabongs. [42/17] (Acrylic Paint on 3mm Poly-Carbonate)

DAISY JAPULIJA

Billabongs

Australian Indigenous (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) artwork by DAISY JAPULIJA of Mangkaja Artists. The title is Billabongs. [151/17] (Acrylic Paint on 3mm Poly-Carbonate)

DAISY JAPULIJA

Billabongs

Australian Indigenous (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) artwork by DAISY JAPULIJA of Mangkaja Artists. The title is Billabongs. [153/17] (Acrylic Paint on 3mm Poly-Carbonate)

DAISY JAPULIJA

Billabongs

Australian Indigenous (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) artwork by DAISY JAPULIJA of Mangkaja Artists. The title is Billabongs. [173/17] (Acrylic Paint on 3mm Poly-Carbonate)

DAISY JAPULIJA

Billabongs

Australian Indigenous (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) artwork by DAISY JAPULIJA of Mangkaja Artists. The title is Billabongs. [26/18] (Acrylic Paint on 3mm Poly-Carbonate)

DAISY JAPULIJA

Billabongs

Australian Indigenous (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) artwork by DAISY JAPULIJA of Mangkaja Artists. The title is Billabongs. [219/14] (Atelier Acrylic Paint on 14oz Canvas)

DAISY JAPULIJA

Billabongs

Daisy Japulija was born near Noonkanbah under a Konkerberry tree. She grew up in Noonkanbah and worked in the station kitchen until she married her husband. Together, they left Noonkanbah and travelled around the country and ended up at Cherrabun Station where they set up camp for a long time. The couple has one son together.

Daisy has only visited her desert country when her mother took her there as an adult. She started painting at the Noonkanbah shearing shed and then in the old Mangkaja shed a long time ago. Previously, paintings done at Yakanara were sent to Mangkaja. She painted with Yakanara Adult Education Centre, whose main emphasis was the teaching of children, instruction in language and culture and teaching people about painting.



Daisy Japulija was born near Noonkanbah under a Konkerberry tree. She grew up in Noonkanbah and worked in the station kitchen until she married her husband. Together, they left Noonkanbah and travelled around the country and ended up at Cherrabun Station where they set up camp for a long time. The couple has one son together.

Daisy has only visited her desert country when her mother took her there as an adult. She started painting at the Noonkanbah shearing shed and then in the old Mangkaja shed a long time ago. Previously, paintings done at Yakanara were sent to Mangkaja. She painted with Yakanara Adult Education Centre, whose main emphasis was the teaching of children, instruction in language and culture and teaching people about painting.



Exhibitions that DAISY JAPULIJA has exhibited at

Journey through Culture

Presented as part of Tarnanthi: Festival of Contem…


Old Stories New Ways

A Collection of Fine Mangkaja Indigenous Art


Pinakarriluny Marnalunya Ngalimpakura Artists…

A Collection of Fine Mangkaja Indigenous Art