Anawari works for Ngaanyatjarra Land and Culture Papulankutja. Her grandmother's country is Kuri Ala, a very important site for the Seven Sisters story which she paints . In particular she paints when the sisters travelled and camped at Kuri Ala east of Blackstone. Anawari's family, the women of the family, have custodianship over some very special dreaming places.



2004 National Gallery of Australia Prints
National Gallery Of Australia Painting
Queensland State Gallery Tjanpi

Group Exhibitions

2015 Tjirntu Tjarrpanguru Tjirntu pakalakuta
2015 Tarnanthi Textiles Adelaide SA
2015 Desert Mob Araluen Centre Alice Springs 2015 2015 Hedland Art Award Port Hedland WA
2015 Impressed Purple Noon Gallery Sydney NSW 2015 General Exhibition Tunbridge Gallery Perth WA
2014 Wooloongabba Art Gallery Brisbane
2014 Desert Mob 2014
2013 Marks in the Sand @ Tandanya South Australia
2013 Desert Mob Araluen Centre Alice Springs
2012 Art Mob Hobart Family paintings
2012 Merenda Gallery Fremantle WDM Group show
2011 Chapman Gallery Canberra - Papulankutja Artists Group Show
2011 Desert Mob Exhibition - Araluen Arts Centre
2011 Merenda Gallery Fremantle Papulankutja Artists Group show
2010 Wooloongabba Art Gallery - Papulankutja Artists Group show - Brisbane 2010 Birrung Gallery - Papulankutja Artists Group show - Sydney
2010 Chapman Gallery - Papulankutja Artists Group Show - Canberra
2010 Outstation Art Gallery, Western Desert Mob Group Exhibition- Darwin 2010 William Mora Art Galleries- Papulankutja Artists Group Show-Melbourne 2010 Desert Mob Exhibition - Araluen Arts Centre
2010 Tunbridge Art Gallery, Papulankutja Artists Group Show-Margaret River 2008 Revealed Emerging Artists Showcase, October-Perth
2006 Telstra Award, participated in the making of Tjanpi Toyota



2012 Ngaanyatjarra Art of the Lands editedby Tim Acker & John Carty UWAP


The Seven Sisters

112cm (W) x 112cm (H)
Acrylic on Canvas
76cm (W) x 151cm (H)
Acrylic on Canvas
101cm (W) x 101cm (H)
Acrylic on Canvas