Artist | NEVILLE NIYPULA MCARTHUR

Artist | NEVILLE NIYPULA MCARTHUR


Australian Indigenous (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) artwork by NEVILLE NIYPULA MCARTHUR of Warakurna Artists. The title is Marlu Dreaming. [16-17] (Acrylic on Canvas)

NEVILLE NIYPULA MCARTHUR

Marlu Dreaming

Australian Indigenous (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) artwork by NEVILLE NIYPULA MCARTHUR of Warakurna Artists. The title is Lake Baker. [134-16] (Acrylic on Canvas)

NEVILLE NIYPULA MCARTHUR

Lake Baker

Australian Indigenous (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) artwork by NEVILLE NIYPULA MCARTHUR of Warakurna Artists. The title is Lake Baker. [137-16] (Acrylic on Canvas)

NEVILLE NIYPULA MCARTHUR

Lake Baker

Australian Indigenous (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) artwork by NEVILLE NIYPULA MCARTHUR of Warakurna Artists. The title is Lake Baker. [468-17] (Acrylic on Canvas)

NEVILLE NIYPULA MCARTHUR

Lake Baker

Australian Indigenous (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) artwork by NEVILLE NIYPULA MCARTHUR of Warakurna Artists. The title is Lake Baker. [494-17] (Acrylic on Canvas)

NEVILLE NIYPULA MCARTHUR

Lake Baker

Neville McArthur was born at Tutana a rockhole in the Spinifex Country South of Warburton.

He has lived most of his life between Leonora (as a horseman and stockman), Mount Margaret, Patjarr and Warburton but now resides in Wanarn.

Neville paints tjukurrpa from his homeland in Spinifex Country such as Wilpina (Lake Baker, South-West of Warburton) and Malu Tjukurrpa.

He couldn't tell any details about Wilpina - it's a strong and sacred Tjukurrpa.

Neville has had a long career as an artist working with the Spinifex Arts Project, Warburton Art Project, Kayili Artists and since moving to Wanarn in 2010, working with Warakurna Artists.

He is also recognised for his skillfull carving of traditional mens' weaponry.

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Neville McArthur was born at Tutana a rockhole in the Spinifex Country South of Warburton.

He has lived most of his life between Leonora (as a horseman and stockman), Mount Margaret, Patjarr and Warburton but now resides in Wanarn.

Neville paints tjukurrpa from his homeland in Spinifex Country such as Wilpina (Lake Baker, South-West of Warburton) and Malu Tjukurrpa.

He couldn't tell any details about Wilpina - it's a strong and sacred Tjukurrpa.

Neville has had a long career as an artist working with the Spinifex Arts Project, Warburton Art Project, Kayili Artists and since moving to Wanarn in 2010, working with Warakurna Artists.

He is also recognised for his skillfull carving of traditional mens' weaponry.

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Exhibitions that NEVILLE NIYPULA MCARTHUR has exhibited at

Tjukurrpa Purlkana

A Collection of Fine Warakurna & Kayili Indigenous…