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Ngaboo-Lang - Warlawoon Country
This artwork is a collaboration between father and daughter Rammey Ramsey and Kathy Ramsay. Rammey and Kathy are both incredible, Gija artists in their own right and this group of paintings (Ngaboo-Lang) marks their first joint project together. The paintings are of Warlawoon Country, his mother’s and father’s country, which Rammey has depicted for decades. He is now passing these motifs on to his daughter, Kathy.
Both Rammey and Kathy paint with Warmun Art Centre, which is owned and governed by Gija people of the Eastern Kimberly regions of Western Australia. Warmun Art was established in 1998 and looks to celebrate and encourage the expression of Gija culture through the arts in addition to supporting the ongoing development of emerging and established artists. 100% of income generated by Warmun Arts is returned to the community.
Title: Warlawoon Country
Artist: Rammey Ramsey & Kathy Ramsay
Medium: Ochre, acrylic pigment and PVA fixative on canvas
Dimensions (cm): 120 x 120cm
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