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2022 Revealed Exhibition: New and Emerging WA Aboriginal Artists

Beverley Rogers

Art centre


Port Hedland

Lives and works

Punmu Community

Beverley lives and paints in Punmu Community, where she was taught to paint by her mother and fellow Martumili Artist Reena Rogers. Beverley’s aesthetic is psychedelic and colourful, depicting tuwa (sandhills) and kapi (waterholes) of Punmu and the surrounding Country. In Punmu, Beverley’s painting style has migrated off the canvas, sprawling across her possessions and ngurra (house). Originally intended to imprint her belongings with her unmistakable style to discourage unwarranted ‘borrowing’, Beverley has transformed her everyday objects into 3D sculptures, maintaining their functionality, but adding that Beverley flair. Beverley’s colourful paintings transform everyday domestic objects such as walls, cleaning utensils, kitchenware, rugs into something psychedelic. 

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1 Finnerty Street
Western Australia