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Welcome to Iwantja Arts

  • Julie Yatjitja
    Meet our artists Julie Yatjitja

    “I was born in the creek at Iwantja, and grew up there in a wiltja (handmade shelter.) Some missionaries came and were living near the ridge. We would visit them at...

  • Maisie King
    Meet our artists Maisie King

    “I was born in Oodnadatta and I went to school there. When I was a young lady I was working to clean homes for people at the station. Today I’m painting the tjukurpa...

  • Photo of Tiger Yaltangki
    Meet our artists Tiger Yaltangki

    Tiger grew up within the Indulkana community; he has painted at Iwantja Arts for many years. Tiger’s canvases are brash and boldly coloured. The paintings include...

  • Photo of Sandra Goodwin
    Meet our artists Sandra Goodwin

    “I was born in the bush near Mimili and grew up at Indulkana, back then there were little tin sheds for houses, and I was living with my grandmother Angkuna Baker. I...

  • 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...

  • Jimmy Pompey
    Meet our artists Jimmy Pompey

    “Me and my brother Buddy grew up riding horses, we were stockmen for a long time. I taught myself how to play the country music and gospel music, I like playing just...

IWANTJA ARTS SUPPORTS A COLLECTIVE OF STUDIO ARTISTS WORKING WITHIN CULTURALLY RICH AND CONTEMPORARY ARTS PRACTICE