Raylene Walatinna, who has an artwork “Ngayuku Ngura (My Country)” in the APY Lands Collection, currently on exhibition in the MANY NATIONS art gallery at Winya Indigenous Furniture’s Canberra showroom, is a finalist in this year’s John Fries Award. Raylene Walatinna regularly collaborates with her mother Betty Chimney, and together they were nominated and have now reached the finals of this prestigious award, which recognises the talents of early career visual artists. the winner will be announced in June 2019.
Raylene Walatinna and Betty Chimney live and create their art in Iwantja/Indulkana community in the APY Lands. They are artists with Iwantja Arts.
To view Raylene Walatinna’s painting and the other wonderful artworks in the APY Lands collection, contact Jacquie on 0404 949 275 or email firstname.lastname@example.org