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2022 Revealed Exhibition: New and Emerging WA Aboriginal Artists

Judith Coppin

Art centre

Lives and works

Iremagadu | Roebourne

Judith is a Yindjibarndi Elder, cultural custodian, and respected artist. Since 2010, Judith has been creating beautiful acrylic paintings on canvas. Over the last three years, she has extended her practice to incorporate her beautiful yarranga marni (carved boards). Many of her artworks have been selected for major Perth-based exhibitions. Judith’s artworks are intricately constructed, deeply cultural, evolving from her passionate love of her Country and creation stories. Judith’s Yarranga Marni artworks have sold to the WA Department of Arts and Culture Collection, and her work featured on the cover of the 2019 Rio Tinto Colours of our Country Catalogue. 

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1 Finnerty Street
Western Australia