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2022 Revealed Exhibition: New and Emerging WA Aboriginal Artists

April Nulgit

Art centre



Lives and works

Warmun Community

April did her first ever painting at the age of 10 years old and comes from a family of artists; her mother, Charlene Carrington is an established Warmun artist; her great-grandmother is Betty Carrington, a senior artist in Warmun, and her grandfather Churchill Cann (deceased) influences her current practice. April often visits her maternal ancestral Ngargooroon (Texas Downs) Country with her family, and is told many Ngarrangkarni (dream time) stories associated with these places. She explores themes of dual tribal identity and, more recently, looking at ochres through the microscope and responding to the generated imagery, giving rise to unique canvases that delight and surprise at the same time.  

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Western Australia