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2022 Revealed Exhibition: New and Emerging WA Aboriginal Artists

Joshua Gellatly

Art centre

Lives and works

Yamaji Country | Geraldton

Joshua is a Badimaya man living on Yamaji Country. He mainly uses acrylic on canvas, with an overlaying line design created using a handmade thin paint brush in bold colours. “I like doing the line work,” he says. “Because they used to do it in the old days.” Joshua has won eight first prizes and one second prize in the Perenjori show and his works are exhibited at the Kalbarri and Margaret River Hospitals. “I use my artwork as a release and healing for my mental health. When I create it gives me a feeling of calmness.” 

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