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Sturt Creek (Claypans)

Sturt Creek (Claypans)

Susan Peters Nampitjin

Susan Peters Nampitjin

Sturt Street (Claypans)



Susan Peters NampitjinSturt Street (Claypans), created for The Umbrella Print Commission.

The Umbrella Print Commission is an opportunity for audiences to purchase stellar work by celebrated artists at an entry-level price point by becoming a member. This offer draws upon the success of Umbrella's artists and its printmaking community at large. The commission features acclaimed artists and members Jill O'Sullivan, Susan Peters Nampitjin and Vincent Bray. In 2020 they each editioned 30 new prints to be purchased individually or as a bundle. The artist proof of each edition will also be held as part of Umbrella's print collection. 

Umbrella’s inaugural Print Commission was made possible through the generous support of Ron McBurnie of Monsoon Publishing. 

Susan Peters Nampitjin is a contemporary artist of the Walmajarri people (Tanami desert of South East Kimberleys, Western Australia) who lives between Charters Towers and Townsville. She comes from a family of painters. Her Indigenous culture is often reflected in contemporaneous pictorials of bush plants, foods, medicine and native ecology. Through her wider art practice she experiments with a range of art media and traditions ranging from painting to printmaking.

Materials: Lino relief print on Fabriano Rosapina (Ivory, buff) paper

Dimensions: 25cm (h) x 40cm (w) (print), 35.5cm (h) x 50cm (w)(paper), Edition of 30

Discounted Bundle
All 3 prints: Sturt Creek (Claypans), Hillside Moondara and The Guardian
$240 (members) or $500 (non-members including organisations)

Individual Prints
$85 each (members) or $185 each (non-members including organisations). 

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