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Welcome to Iwantja Arts

  • Jeannie Wallatina
    Meet our artists Jeannie Wallatina

    “My name is Jeannie, and I was born in the bush near the Mimili community. I grew up in a little tin house with my sister Judy and my two brothers. I’ve worked at the...

  • Rosie Baker
    Meet our artists Rosie Baker

    “I was born near Oodnadatta, and I came to Iwantja when I was little. I was living in a wiltja (handmade shelter) with my mum and dad. The creek had water then and we...

  • Kaylene Whiskey
    Meet our artists Kaylene Whiskey

    “I like to listen to rock music and Tina Turner, and I paint with really strong colours, I put in lots of the special details, and everyone likes it. I paint strong...

  • Priscilla Singer
    Meet our artists Priscilla Singer

    “I know strong tjukurpa (traditional stories) that my mother and my aunties taught me. My mother Sadie Singer started the art centre a long time ago, it’s important...

  • Vincent Namatjira
    Meet our artists Vincent Namatjira

    “When I’m painting I just think about how to make the story work, what I want to show, and I hope that it’s a good one. I enjoy painting; it occupies me, it keeps me...

  • Maringka Burton
    Meet our artists Maringka Burton

    “I am a senior lady at Iwantja, and I began working as an artist a long time ago. Me and Mrs Singer were the first women artists here. I help look after the art...