Jukuja Dolly Snell Kurtal, The Great Sandy Desert, WA, 1935-2015
Jukuja Dolly Snell (c.1935 - 2015, Kurtal, The Great Sandy Desert) was one of the artists that shaped the Aboriginal Art boom in the 1990's. She featured in significant group shows such as the National Gallery of Victoria's groundbreaking Images of Power in 1993. She developed a successful solo career with a distinctive style and voice. Her vibrant palette is masterfully layered with delicate detail and soft shapes that celebrate the iconic beauty of her country. Snell received the ultimate acknowledgement of her achievements when she was awarded the esteemed overall prize at the Telstra Art Awards in 2015.
Her work is held in many public and private collections including the National Gallery of Australia, the National Gallery of Victoria, the Art Gallery of New South Wales and the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory.
Colour Power 2229 Jun - 17 Sep 2022JGM Gallery is bursting into colour from 29 June to 17 September 2022 with a vibrant exhibition of works by Indigenous Australian artists.
Colour has the power to lift a mood or brighten a space – from the corner of a room to the expanse of a wall.
So it is with much delight that JGM Gallery’s latest exhibition, Colour Power 22, puts the spotlight on 22 vibrant and uplifting works by 12 new wave Indigenous artists from the Central Desert Region of Australia.
Reflection19 Jun - 19 Oct 2020An exhibition of diptychs by British and International artists
Art of the AeonsPaintings from the Great Sandy Desert 3 Aug - 9 Sep 2017An exhibition of Aboriginal Australian paintings by Sonia Kurarra, Ngarralja Tommy May, Barbara Moore, Jimmy Mawukura Nerrimah, Dolly Snell, Spider Snell, Cory Wakartu Surprise, Lisa Uhl and Yaritji Young