Angampa Martin (c1940-.) Australia (Aboriginal)

Biographical Information

Angampa was born in the 1940's in the bush at a rockhole 'Watala', south east of the present day settlement of Irrunytju. She travelled east as a teenager to the mission settlement of Ernabella in South Australia. While at the mission she learned weaving and worked making rugs with the other women. Group Exhibitions: 2003 20th Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Award. Darwin. 2003 Minyma Pampa Tjukurpa Kunpu Kanyintjaku. Artplace. Perth. 2002 Desert Mob. Araluen. Alice Springs. Collections:. Dr Bernadt. Crothers collection. Edit or add to this biography

Market Information

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Acrylic on canvas, 95 x 89 cm
The Alan Boxer Collection of Aboriginal Art, Books & Music (Art lots only), Leonard Joel, Melbourne.
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