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Zakius began painting in mid-2008. He is the youngest son of renowned Ikuntji artists, the late Gideon Tjururrula Jack and Eunice Napanangka Jack (who is currently Ikuntji's most in demand female artist). His traditionally simple but effective depictions of Lake Mackay thus far have already attracted attention from visitors to the art centre and commercial galleries alike.

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Exhibitions

2016 WOMADELAIDE, Adelaide2015 Ancestral Presence - recent works by Ikuntji Artists, June Marriott Gallery, Central Craft, Araluen Cultural Precinct2015 Art Parade, Whistlewood VIC2015 Art Parade 20152014 Around the Campfire - Fundraiser Concert, Alice Springs2014 Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair2011 "Ikuntji Works" Scotch College, Melbourne vic2009 ARTKELCH @ kptec, Schorndorf, Germany, "Men at Work. Aboriginal Art in der Fabrik"2009 Artequity, Sydney, "Land and Mythology - Art of the Western Desert"2009 Centred Art, Brisbane, "New Paintings from the Desert"2009 Kate Owen Gallery, Sydney, "IKUNTJI ARTISTS"2008 Araluen Arts Centre, Alice Springs NT, "Desertmob"2008 Footsteps Gallery, Brisbane, "Ikuntji Painters"2008 Hogarth Galleries, Sydney, "Yungkiya & Kulunnypa - Old & New"2008 Artitja Fine Art, Perth W.A., "Cultural Connections - Desert Stories"

Influences

Zakius began painting in mid-2008. He is the youngest son of renowned Ikuntji artists, the late Gideon Tjururrula Jack and Eunice Napanangka Jack (who is currently Ikuntji's most in demand female artist). His traditionally simple but effective depictions of Lake Mackay thus far have already attracted attention from visitors to the art centre and commerical galleries alike.

91cm (W) x 100cm (H)
Acrylic Paint
$1,950
137cm (W) x 122cm (H)
Acrylic Paint
$2,900