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Artist: Sade Carrington
Year: 2002
Medium: Ochre and Natural Pigments on Stretched Canvas
Size: 76cm x 100cm
Price: $2950
Shipping: To be quoted
Description: Sade (Numbin) Carrington was born on Texas Downs Station 14 October 1957. She was educated at Beagle Bay and then Perth. She grew up and worked in the Homestead at Texas and married Churchill Cann when she was a young girl. In 1980 she joined her many Kitja relatives at Turkey Creek. Sade (pronounced Sadie) and Churchill Cann have three children, Dolorosa, Charlene, and Glen. All three paint, with Charlene being already a recognised artist destined to become internationally known as are both per parents. Sade has travelled extensively with her art both Australia-wide and to Europe. She has exhibited in London and Holland, and was invited to return to demonstrate her technique in ochre painting. She is always well-presented, extremely articulate and an obviously well-appointed ambassador for our country. Her paintings reflect the Dreaming stories of the Kitja people – her knowledge of the country she paints is accurate, and she has as many stories to tell as Churchill, which is a “very hard act to follow”. Exhibitions: 2008• 'The Women of Warmun: Ten years on', Gadfly Gallery, Perth, WA • 'New Voices in Gija Art', Gallery Gabrielle Pizzi, Melbourne, VIC 2007• 'Dog Dreamings', Seva Frangos Art, Perth, WA • 'Ochre, Brushes, Canvas: new work from Warmun', Hogarth Galleries, Sydney, NSW • 'Warmun Snapshot', Aboriginal Art Fair, Darwin, NT 2000• Australian Heritage Commission's 5th National Heritage Art Award, Canberra, ACT 1999• "World Heritage Exhibition”, Canberra; • Sixteenth National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Award, Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin, NT 1998• "Kids of Warmun", Tandanya Gallery, Adelaide - Special Guest 1997 • Dreaming Exhibition, Arnhem, Netherlands• Boomerang Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands • Contemporary Australian & Aboriginal Artists Exhibition, Immaculate Gallery, Amsterdam , Netherlands• Women’s Dreaming Exhibition, London, UK ; • Raintree Gallery, Darwin, NT • Fourteenth National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Award, Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin, NT AWARDS 1997• Third prize – Open Category, Darwin Art Awards 1999• Special Commendation, Canningvale, WA Artist’s Description: - Just south of the Mini Bungles, with Texas Downs to the West, I have painted Purnululu in Wet Time, at dusk, with the cone shaped hills looking dark and unforgiving – we camped round the waterholes in the dry time – good fishing then, and safe swimming holes. Great memories – of my childhood on Texas. Top artist Excellent Investment
Reference: KW614