Highly respected and sought after artist
Dob: Early 50's
Area: NW Alice Springs, Central Australia.
Father: Warlpiri .
Dreamings: Bush Banana, Water Snake, Bush Mangoes,
Cockatoo, Hail, Desert Raisin etc.
1991, Alice Springs Airport, in conjunction with FAC.
Flinders University Art Museum, Adelaide.
The Holmes a Court Collection, Perth.
The Kelton Foundation, Santa Monica, U.S.A.
Wollongong City Art Gallery.
Stockman's Hall of Fame.
Federal Airports Corporation.
1985, Dot and Circle, a retrospective survey of the Aboriginal
acrylic paintings of Central Australia, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Melbourne
1989 'Tjukurrpa' Exhibition at the Gallery. Blaxland
1990, Art Dock, Contemporary Art from Australia, Noumea, New Caledonia
1991 Aboriginal Arts Australia Gallery
1991 Gallery Gabrielle Pizzi, Melbourne.
1992 Brisbane. (With her sister Pansy Napangati).
1992 Travelling exhibition starting in Washington, USA.
1993, Aboriginal Art Exhibition, Kung Gubunga,Oasis Gallery, Broadbeach,Qld
1994, Eunice Napangardi, Maxie Tjampitjinpa and Pansy Napangardi, Hogarth Galleries, Sydney
1995, The Twelfth National Aboriginal Art Award, Museum and Art Gallery of the NT, Darwin
1996, Darwin Performing Arts centre. Darwin NT
Isaacs, J., 1989, Australian Aboriginal Paintings, Weldon Publishing, New South Wales.
Johnson, V., 1994, The Dictionary of Western Desert Artists, Craftsman House, East
Roseville, New South Wales. (C)
Maughan, J., and Zimmer, J., (eds), 1986, Dot and Circle, a Retrospective Survey of
the Aboriginal Acrylic Paintings of Central Australia, exhib. cat., Communication
Services Unit, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Melbourne. (C)
Premont, R., and Lennard, M., 1988, Tjukurrpa, Desert Paintings of Central Australia,
Centre for Aboriginal Artists, Alice Springs.
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