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Sunday, 5 October 2008
Described as one of the most experimental Indigenous painters of Central Australia, Dorothy Napangardi has enjoyed an exponential rise to prominence in recent years. Early paintings, employing a delicate use of feathery brushstrokes and luxuriant colours are exhibited alongside more recent works characterised by their subtle palette and network of dotted lines. These recent, refined works reflect the artist’s strong cultural and ancestral ties to the land.